Brazilian Simulator ‘Talk to Strangers’ Brings a Weird Door-to-Door Sales Experience to Nintendo Switch Next Week

QUByte Interactive has announced a Switch port for the simulator Talk to Strangers will be available on June 8, 2023. Created by Brazilian developers in the indie label Post Mortem Pixels, the game was originally released on PC (Steam) back in 2019.

Talk to Strangers is a game about selling stuff door-to-door and trying to keep your sanity somehow. Besides getting money, the game explores comic interactions with potential customers but some people may impact you negatively during gameplay, making your character irritated or depressed.

The player may choose which houses to visit and how to interact with the characters with different possibilities depending on what time it is. It’s up to the player to try to balance work, sleep and maybe use palliative care items from the same company they work with to try to handle these issues and be productive. Money is also necessary to pay the motel you’re staying in.

Each playthrough is meant to be short, with the story having about 36 different endings to find depending on your choices. The cute, cartoon-ish graphics were created by Brazilian comics writer Ricardo “ryot” Tokumoto and another artist called Daniel Pinheiro Lima. The humorous dialogue comes from Luís Felipe “Gomba” Garrocho, who has also previously worked as a Brazilian comics writer.

Check out the trailer showcasing some of the gameplay aspects in Talk to Strangers:

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.