A surprise Nintendo a few hours ago he published on his own channel YouTube and on the various social networks a video in which it shows several indie coming to Nintendo Switch in the next months. The Nindies Highlights shows many new games, some of which already have a release date: among these we find Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom (6 November) e The Gardens Between (20 September), but there are surprises.
Here is a list of all the titles announced, most playable during Gamescom:
Night Call, expected for the first months of 2019
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, outgoing the 6 November 2018
The Gardens Between, outgoing the 20 September 2018
Streets of Rogue, out this winter and with some exclusive Nintendo content
Bad North switch, a strategic roguelik already available on eShop
moonlighter coming this fall
This War of Mine coming in November
Children of Morta expected in the early months of 2019
Evers Pace, a space adventure that will also include the Encounters expansion, coming in December
Baba is You, expected puzzle game for this fall
Slay the Spire, card game coming out in the 2019
Windjammers, the great classic that will arrive on Switch the 23 October
2 Windjammers, sequel to the historic Windjammers, will arrive on PC and Switch in the 2019
Terraria, well known title that follows the footsteps of Minecraft, will arrive in the 2019
Prisoner Architect, a strategic one that will allow you to build your prison, already available on eShop, with Prisoner Architect Escape mode coming soon
Morphies Law, a shooter available tonight, 19.00 hours, on eShop
Announcements that will not be able to please all lovers of the indie game and owners of Nintendo Switch!
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