We'll update with more details as we get them. All of the games announced will be released on the Switch, as the 3DS was not mentioned during the showcase. Here's everything that was announced in today's Nindie Livestream. There is no definite release date for these game titles, but the hosts said that it will come soon. Players take control of a ninja who sneaks, stabs and outsmarts enemies in a handful of expertly designed 2D levels.
Reigns, a great mobile game, comes to Switch, too.
Just Shapes & Beats is a "musical bullet hell" game featuring a full story mode with local and online co-op.More news: Osaka Comes Out on Top of Star-Making WTA Indian Wells Final
Garage is a bloody topdown shooter inspired by VHS era B-movies.
Pool Panic - Comical pool / puzzle game will be gracing the Switch sometime later this year.
This stylish and rhythmic puzzle game is getting a remastered addition that will feature local multiplayer, which drops on Switch this spring.
Sit on the throne as a benevolent (or malevolent) medieval monarch of the modern age and swipe your royal fingers either left or right to impose your will upon the kingdom. Furthermore, the game will be released in a 1993 mode and a Modern Mode.More news: Europe Putin claims victory in Russia's presidential election
Light Fall will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in Spring 2018, as a timed console exclusive.
Developed by Asymmetric Publications, West of Loathing is a slapstick stick-figure western, which launches on Switch this spring. (Additional accessories required for local multiplayer mode; sold separately.) Pool Panic launches first on Nintendo Switch later this year.
Pode is a co-op puzzle game inspired by Norwegian art and culture. Light Fall launches this spring. The Messenger from Sabotage aims to walk the line between them as a game that transforms between an 8-bit action platformer and 16-bit Metroidvania with time travel and plenty of humor.
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