Armor Games Studios and developer Gummy Cat have announced that Bear and Breakfast is releasing on Nintendo Switch on September 15 ($19.99). I can bearly contain my excitement.

Bear and Breakfast is part management sim, part adventure game starring a bear named Hank. Hank and friends find an old shack in the woods, and transform it into a rest stop for tourists.

The inn can be customized, upgraded, and expanded as you bring in guests and keep them happy to earn more money and attract new visitors.

While managing and expanding his business, Hank can also explore the mystery of the surrounding woods of Silver Valley.

“We’re very thankful to everyone for being so patient with us and we’re so excited to finally get Hank on a console we’ve loved from day one,” said Rares Cinteza, game director, Gummy Cat. “We hope everyone has a fun and relaxing time hanging out with the bear on the Switch.”

Bear and Breakfast is also available on PC. On September 15, a patch for the PC version will officially add gamepad support.

Bear and Breakfast is rated E10+, with Crude Humor.

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