• Publisher: Playism
  • Release Date: May 27, 2021
  • Also On: PC
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  • Summary: A story of a conman, a dragon, and her ability to eat lies. LiEat is the brainchild of Japanese indie developer △○□× (Miwashiba), selling over 200,000 copies on Steam and receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews from players all over the globe. Developed with the Wolf RPD Editor, LiEat hasA story of a conman, a dragon, and her ability to eat lies. LiEat is the brainchild of Japanese indie developer △○□× (Miwashiba), selling over 200,000 copies on Steam and receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews from players all over the globe. Developed with the Wolf RPD Editor, LiEat has been optimized for release on the Nintendo Switch. It also features 5 brand new illustrations created by developer △○□×(Miwashiba). The epic tale of LiEat is composed of three fantastical, bite-sized chapters, with strong focus on storytelling. Battle and expose “lies” that you cross paths with, appearing as enemy symbols in-game. Upon victory, Efina will proceed to eat up the lies, literally. Expand
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  1. Jun 5, 2021
    80
    It may look like a simple game yet LiEat offers an impressively immersive world that makes its memorable cast of characters stand out.
  2. May 31, 2021
    80
    LiEat from Miwashiba is a short but beautiful collection of three chapters telling an interesting story on Nintendo Switch with only a few annoyances holding it back.
  3. Jun 4, 2021
    75
    The LiEat trilogy presents a lite visual novel esque adventure with a charming duo of protagonists and through a whimsical narrative. While the questionable implementation of combat is puzzling, and the collectively 3-hour play-time for the entire trilogy can be understandable turn-offs, I find the characterizations and soundtrack more than enough to give these games a try.