Disease -Hidden Object- Sneaks onto the Nintendo Switch

Friday, July 6th, 2018

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Disease -Hidden Object-


D3PUBLISHER INC. and developer OperaHouse Corporation are excited to announce that their horror, exploration title, Disease -Hidden Object-, has launched on the Nintendo Switch. You are an ex-doctor whose license was revoked due to hallucinations caused by some form of mental illness. Your ex-boss has offered you a new job to fetch medical supplies from an abandoned hospital. Upon entering it, things get strange as you encounter a mysterious cat, unusual hallucinations, a memo you don’t recall writing, and more.


You will have to explore this creepy place, going back and forth between the real world and a hallucination world to find items. All the while you will be discovering documents revealing the abandoned hospital’s past and solving mysteries. You’ll also get to find out about the people who once existed in the creepy hallways of this place. Disease -Hidden Object- is rated M for Mature by the ESRB, and PEGI 18 in Europe. The game is available now on the Nintendo eShop for $7.99\£6.29. It also supports up to two players.


You can find out more about the game at its official website. You can also find more information about it from Nintendo themselves, at the NOA website and the NOE website.

About Michael Fontanini

Michael is a veteran gamer in my early 30s, who grew up around video games, with fond memories of the oldies like the NES and SNES. He loves Nintendo but also plays a lot of games on his PC. Michael also enjoys going for walks or bike rides, and loves animals.

Michael is also a computer programmer. This started with a toy he got as a kid called PreComputer 1000 that was made by V-Tech. It had a simple programming mode which is what started him down the road of being a programmer! Michael can program in BASIC, Visual Basic, C++, C#, and is familiar with Java and Lua Script.

Putting programming and gaming together, Michael became a hobbyist game developer which may give him some good insights on game development! Most recently, he has been playing with the free version of the Unity engine (a powerful and easy-to-use game engine).

I love Nintendo but I also play a lot of game's on PC, many of which are on steam. My favorite Nintendo game's include Zelda, Metroid, and Smash Bros to name a few. On PC I love the Half-Life games, as well as most all of the Source Engine games just to name a few.