Last year, Nippon Ichi Software revealed their plan to develop a mobile version for Yomawari series. Despite the announcement on releasing both Yomawari titles, we've only seen the first game, Yomawari: Night Alone, making its way to mobile platforms recently. And the game only features Japanese language support.

Yomawari Night Alone
Yomawari: Night Alone is a puzzled-based horror-adventure game.

The game originally launched on PC and PS Vita in the Europe and North America market. In 2018, developer Nippon Ichi Software brought its game to Nintendo Switch. This new Android and iOS version of the game is a Japanese-only premium edition, though all iOS users can grab this game non-restricted.

Yomawari Night Alone
You will play as a little girl trying to find her elder sister.

Yomawari: Night Alone takes place in the haunted streets and alleyways in a gloomed town. A little girl has lost her dog after a terrible accident. Her elder sister later goes searching for the dog, and she hasn't returned. Running out of patience, the little girl decides to go out in the night and find them herself.

Let's take a look at the trailer below to get a brief look at Yomawari: Night Alone's gameplay:

Overall, Yomawari: Night Alone is an interesting and also very unique horror title that received lots of positive reviews since its release. But for some unknown reasons, this mobile port of the game doesn't have an English translation. This is so unfortunately for the mobile users, given that Yomawari: Night Alone's Steam version by NIS America does come up with full English support.

Night Alone
The mobile version of the game doesn't support English language at the moment.

For your information, the developer Nippon Ichi Software has also launched Game Variety, a new smartphone game brand. A few games have been already released under its name, including Game Variety Reversi, Game Variety Go, and Game Variety Shogi.

We should expect to see Nippon Ichi Software brings the next title of the series to mobile platforms in the near future.