Here’s everything announced at Nintendo’s latest indie world showcase • .net

Nintendo concludes another showcase of Indie World with news of a batch of new titles, including a very welcome surprise, heading to Switch within a few months. And for those who look elsewhere or accidentally blink for 15 minutes during a live stream, here’s everything announced.

Rolling the ball, developer Derek Yu’s acclaimed underground platform roguelike game is heading to Switch! And so is the popular sequel, both games are now scheduled to arrive in “Summer” 2021.

Spelunky 1 & 2 Switch trailer.

Fisti-Fluffs are cat-focused action blowers that make cats (some wearing stupid hats, others wielding household items as offensive weapons) the best fighters in the world. Seeing it being chosen, it will be “first on the switch” early next year.

Fisti-Fluffs trailer.

Introduced on Switch as a timed monopoly in early 2021, Very Very Valet takes part in party games from an ever-growing number of regular jobs. In this game, up to 4 friends work together and park. , And return the car at more than 20 locations.

Very very Barrett trailer.

Tunche, which will be the “first on switch” in March next year, is a hand-painted hack and slash-style game with roguelike elements that unfold in a world inspired by the Amazon rainforest. Cast as one of five heroes, each with their own skills and abilities, you can see players fighting horrific beasts looking for creatures with mythical titles. Local co-op is also supported.

Tanchi announcement trailer.

Cyber ​​Shadow, a highly promising sci-fi ninja platformer and publisher of Mechanical Head Studios, Yacht Club Games (famous for Shovel Knight), will head to Switch on January 26th. You can also scan the Shovel Knight amiibo figure with the help of a fairy.

Cyber ​​Shadow release date trailer.

Calico, a social sim where players try to manage their cat cafe, was unveiled today on Switch’s eShop by finding cats and filling buildings with food, furniture and decorations.

Calico launch trailer.

Developer Ustwo’s adorable exploration game Alba: A Wildlife Adventure is heading to Switch in the spring of 2021. It’s just released on PC and Apple Arcade, leaving players to complete a variety of animal-themed and pleasing pursuits. They roam the vast Mediterranean islands where Aruba spends its summers.

Aruba: Wildlife Adventure gameplay trailer.

Gnosia is a blend of solo social deduction games and visual novels, a deadly alien who actually disguised himself while chatting with the eclectic habitat of a spaceship drifting to the player and doing a playthrough. Ask them to figure out which ones they are in a “cold sleep”. It will appear on Switch early next year.

Happy Game, on the other hand, is the latest project by renowned developer Amanita Design. This is the studio behind Samorost, Chuchel, Botanicula and more. Amanita described the happy game as a “psychedelic horror” experience, and the story of a boy being forced to traverse the world of his nightmares (and solve puzzles along the way) was deliciously disturbing in the trailer of the announcement. I can see it. It will appear on Switch in the spring of 2021.

Happy Game will release a trailer.

Next is the long-awaited sequel to Super Meat Boy, Super Meat Boy Forever, which will appear on Switch as “Console Launch Only” on December 23rd. Next week!

Release date trailer for Super Meat Boy Forever.

There is also a treat for puzzle fans, courtesy of the acclaimed Grindstone of developer Capybara Games. It offers over 200 levels of murder monster matching, daily leaderboard challenges and more. The iOS version is very popular with and is available for Switch owners today.

Whetstone launch trailer.

Nintendo’s latest indie world showcase announces several rapid fire releases (Cosmo Kratz in March 2021, Hoa in April, Hazel Sky in March, and Spring Release of Trash Sailor and Finding Paradise) and the last. The curtain was closed with the surprise of. The blockbuster multiplayer social deduction game Among Us is coming to Switch today.

Switch launch trailer among us.


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