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November 10, 2022

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A Space for the Unbound and Coffee Talk Episode 2 release dates unveiled

November 10, 2022 | Andreas

Fans who watched the Nintendo Indie World showcase last night had good news to look forward to. Two of Indonesia’s most anticipated indie titles showed new gameplay and announced a release date: A Space for the Unbound and Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly.

It started with the 2D pixel adventure A Space for the Unbound by Mojiken Studio. After the quarrels with publisher PQube, it was unclear until the end when the slice-of-life experience in 90s Indonesia would finally be released. Luckily we don’t have to wait much longer: A Space for the Unbound will be out on January 19, 2023, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store.

There was also a release window announcement for the second entry to the caffeinated indie darling Coffee Talk. At some point in spring 2023, we can again serve creative hot drinks, listen to our fantasy guests’ stories and relax to chilled lo-fi sounds. Toge Productions’s Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and GOG.

The trailers shown at the Nintendo Showcase already put us in the right mood for the two games and are fueling a lot of anticipation:


Andreas

Andreas Betsche founded Virtual SEA in early 2016 after researching Cambodian mobile games for his Master’s thesis. He has a background in Southeast Asia studies and has worked and lived in Cambodia, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Since he has been actively playing games since the early 90s, combing both worlds in Virtual SEA brought together both of his passions.

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