Back in June, GameTomo brought the emotional narrative adventure game Sumire to Nintendo Switch and PC. Sumire is a one-day journey through a gorgeous Japanese village where you take on the role of Sumire who is trying to make her wish come true. Both Shaun and I played Sumire on Nintendo Switch and loved it. Read his review of the Nintendo Switch version here. While the gameplay isn’t anything special, the real draw of Sumire is the narrative, characters, art, and music. As you make decisions over a single day, Sumire experiences various memories, emotions, and more while interacting with new and old friends. Today, GameTomo launched Sumire on macOS and announced that it is also coming to iOS. Watch the Sumire macOS trailer below: I still consider Sumire one of the better games of this year and I’m glad that more people will play it when it hits iOS in 2022. Sumire is currently available on Steam and Nintendo Switch for about $14.99. It has been discounted to $9.99 to celebrate the macOS release. Sumire is available on Steam and the Mac App Store for macOS right now. An iOS price point has not been announced. I can’t wait to see how the game looks on the new iPads with its gorgeous aesthetic. If you’ve not played Sumire yet, watch the trailer above and consider getting it if you enjoy memorable stories. Check out the Sumire soundtrack here and the official website here. Have you played Sumire on PC or Nintendo Switch yet?