ドラもじ のび太の漢字大作戦 (Doramoji Nobita no Kanji Daisakusen), a kanji-writing practice Doraemon game, is now available on the Nintendo Switch via the Japanese eShop for 1,100 yen. There is also a retail release that includes three other Doraemon learning games (math, brain training and English), called ドラえもん学習コレクション. Doramoji was originally released on the 3DS.
I was concerned that using the Switch’s stylus (from Brain Age) would make writing awkward, like going from a pen to a Sharpie, but the writing is as thin as it was on the 3DS. Obviously, it’s to be used solely in handheld mode, since it uses the Switch’s touch screen. There isn’t any demo for the game, but if you search for videos of the 3DS version, that will give an idea of how it runs.
Though I do own the 3DS version, the advantage of getting the Switch version is two-fold: 1. the game is digitally installed on my Switch rather than requiring to take along my Japanese New 3DS XL, and 2. the screen is sharper on the Switch. I think it’s a good purchase if you own a Switch and have a Japanese eShop account.