Nintendo has closed another Indie World showcase, launching news about a new series of titles – including a series of very welcome surprises – heading to the Switch in the coming months. And for those of you whose attention has been elsewhere or who have accidentally had a 15-minute flash during the live broadcast, here’s everything that’s been announced.
Launching the ball, critically acclaimed developer Derek Yu’s underground platform, like Spelunky, is heading for Switch! As well as its equally well-received sequel, both games are currently scheduled to arrive in the “summer” of 2021.
Fisti-Fluffs is a feline-focused action fighter who sees cats – some wearing silly hats, others branding household items as offensive weapons – leading him to be crowned the world’s best fighter and will be “the first on Switch “Early next year.
Very Very Valet, which comes to Switch in early 2021 as a timed exclusive, joins a growing list of regular games, turned into parties, inviting up to four friends to work together to pick up, as if returns cars to over 20 locations.
Tunche – which will come “first on Switch” in March next year – is a hand-drawn hack-and-slash game with sin-like elements set in a world inspired by the Amazon rainforest. He sees players, cast as one of the five heroes (each with their own abilities and skills), battling scary beasts as they search for the mythical title creature. Local cooperative play is also accepted.
Cyber Shadow, the highly promising science fiction ninja platform from Mechanical Head Studios and the publisher of Yacht Club Games (renowned Shovel Knight) are heading to Switch on January 26th. You’ll even be able to scan Shovel Knight’s amiibo numbers for fairy assistance.
Calico, a social simulation in which players try to manage their own cat cafe – finding cats and filling the building with food, furniture and decorations – is available today on the Switch eShop.
Developer Ustwo’s adorable White: A Wildlife Adventure game is heading to Switch in the spring of 2021. It has just been released on PC and Apple Arcade and is a great thing, giving players a complete range of activities that feel good , on animal themes they went around the vast Mediterranean island where Alba spends her summer.
Gnosia is a mix of solo social deduction game and visual novel that challenges players to chat with the eclectic dwellings of a drifting spaceship to figure out which of them, in any game, is actually a deadly alien in disguise. – and then put will make him “cold sleep”. Comes to Switch early next year.
Meanwhile, Happy Game is the latest project of the famous developer Amanita Design – the studio behind things like Samorost, Chuchel and Botanicula. Amanita describes Happy Game as a “psychedelic horror” experience, and the story of a young boy forced to go through his own nightmare world (and solve puzzles along the way) seems deliciously disturbing in his trailer. of ads. Comes to Switch in the spring of 2021.
Next is the long-awaited sequel to Super Meat Boy Super Meat Boy Forever, which hits Switch as its “exclusive console launch” on December 23rd. Which is next week!
There’s also a gift for puzzle fans, courtesy of acclaimed Grindstone from developer Capybara Games, which offers over 200 levels of matching killer monsters, daily ranking challenges and more. The iOS version is a big favorite of Eurogamer, and now the owners of the Switch can buy it starting today.
Nintendo’s latest Indie World showcase ended with a few quick-release announcements (Kosmokrats in March 2021, Hoa in April, Hazel Sky in March and spring releases for Trash Sailors and Finding Paradise), along with a final surprise; smash-hit multiplayer social deduction game Among Us is released today on Switch.