In the last Nintendo Switch Indie World presentation, 21 games were introduced. So what productions are among these games?
Nintendo organized yesterday evening Nintendo Switch Indie World He made many announcements for his console in his presentation. Apart from quite important games such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge, Oxenfree II and Fez, we saw many announcements from different companies.
The presentation featured 21 different games developed for Nintendo Switch. Made all announcements and Nintendo’s explanation on the subject is as follows;
What was announced at the Nintendo Switch Indie World presentation?
Among the independent games included in the presentation, Road 96, a methodical story-driven game by DigixArt, which will change depending on the choices you make, is a direct sequel to Night School Studio’s acclaimed supernatural play OXENFREE II: Lost Signals; OlliOlli World is the new skateboarding action game in Roll7’s OlliOlli series, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge, a side scrolling fighting game that evokes the legendary 1987 design of the Turtles; and The Longing, an experimental real-time adventure from Studio Seufz released today for Nintendo Switch.
Road 96 – DigixArt: In a narrative-driven game featuring a mix of adventure, exploration and puzzle solving, Road 96 tells a procedural story with thousands of potential paths to follow. Meet characters from all walks of life and learn their intertwined stories. The decisions you make – both big and small – can drastically change your experience. There are many ways. Which one will you get? Road 96 is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.
OXENFREE II: Lost Signals – Night School Studio: OXENFREE II: Lost Signals, published by MWM Interactive, is a supernatural narrative adventure game about a researcher who stumbles upon events like ghosts. Five years after the OXENFREE events, Riley returns to her hometown of Camena to investigate mysterious radio frequency signals that cause strange disturbances. OXENFREE II: Lost Signals is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2021.
OlliOlli World – Roll7: The new game of the OlliOlli series is here! In OlliOlli World, tear down the streets of Radland and search for mystical skateboard gods in this slick action platform game. With super tight controls and level design flowing together with your combos, you will meet colorful characters and have awesome master tricks by discovering the hidden secrets of this vibrant world. OlliOlli World is out for the Nintendo Switch this winter.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge – Tribute Games: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge features four favorite turtles in classic arcade-style fighting action, with a mix of retro and modern visuals. Developed by Tribute Games and published by Dotemu, which also publishes Streets of Rage 4 and Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, up to four players can play local * or online in this daring game. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge will be released for Nintendo Switch later this year.
The Longing – Studio Seufz: With its hand-drawn art style and engaging storyline, The Longing is unlike anything you’ve played before. The point is: You don’t actually have to play to see how it ends. However, that doesn’t mean you have to sit idly by. As the main character Shade, you have to wait 400 days for your king to awaken. While you wait, you can explore dark caves, complete time-based puzzles, and collect items. The Longing comes out later today for the Nintendo Switch.
Annapurna Interactive: Two new games are coming to Nintendo Switch from Annapurna Interactive, award-winning publishers of Florence and What Remains of Edith Finch. These are the latest artistic gems from the publisher’s already impressive library of games:
Hindsight – Annapurna Interactive: Hindsight from developer Joel McDonald is a poignant narrative game about an old woman who reminds her of her family. Objects from his past serve as portals to long lost memories, revealing a decision that changes his life forever. Hindsight is released for the Nintendo Switch this year.
Last Stop – Annapurna Interactive: Last Stop from developer Variable State is a single-player third-person adventure set in modern London where you play as three separate characters whose worlds collide in the midst of a supernatural crisis. What connects these three strangers? Where will fate take them? It comes out for Nintendo Switch in July.
Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield – Aerial_Knight: This is not a typical “runner” game! Run, jump, beech and run through a confusing soundtrack to save what’s left of the future as lead actor Wally in a futuristic Tokyo-style Detroit. Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield launches on Nintendo Switch on May 19. A demo will be available on the Nintendo eShop later today.
DID – Polytron: Gomez is a 2D creature living in a 2D world. Or is it not? When the existence of a mysterious third dimension is revealed to him, Gomez embarks on a journey that will take him to the end of time and space. Use your ability to navigate 3D structures from four different classic 2D perspectives. The critically acclaimed FEZ will be released for Nintendo Switch later today.
Aztech Forgotten Gods – Lienzo: If you’re looking for a big adventure inspired by Aztec mythology, look no further than Aztech Forgotten Gods from the Mexican studio Lienzo. Earn mighty arm upgrades, travel different regions in an advanced Mesoamerican metropolis, and encounter all kinds of characters to reveal ancient secrets. Aztech Forgotten Gods is out on Nintendo Switch this fall.
There is No Game: Wrong Dimension – Draw Me A Pixel: Despite its title, this is truly a game! There is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a comedy clicker adventure full of riddles and puzzles. If you’re looking for something different and experimental, full of surprises, look no further. There is No Game: Wrong Dimension will be available for the Nintendo Switch later today.
Crystals – Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK: Inspired by classic and modern JRPGs, Cris Tales incorporates time travel into his own story and fights with a variety of surprise effects, such as rejuvenating enemies and thus making them easier to defeat. As you explore this handcrafted, dark fairy-tale world, you will gather a wide variety of allies and discover new kingdoms. Cris Tales is coming to Nintendo Switch on July 20.
GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon – Konami Digital Entertainment and GuruGuru: Showcasing a stylized Japanese aesthetic, GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon offers a dynamic hack-and-slash roguelite experience filled with dangerous dungeons, fierce boss battles and intense, skill-based combat. GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon will be released for Nintendo Switch next year.
Beasts of Maravilla Island – Banana Bird Studios, LLC: Take on the role of a young wildlife photographer who travels the magical ecosystems of Maravilla Island to discover unusual creatures, learn about their behavior and, most importantly, photograph their splendor in this 3D adventure game. Beasts of Maravilla Island will be released for Nintendo Switch in June.
Skul: The Hero Slayer – SouthPAW Games: Conquer an entire army to save your king in this 2D fast action roguelite. And what’s the best part? To progress in the game, you will have to swap abilities, which is done by changing heads. With 90 variations of playable characters, each with their own special abilities, you might think you’re out of the skull in real life. Skul: The Hero Slayer is out for Nintendo Switch this summer.
art of rally – Funselektor Labs Inc .: Will you master the art of rally? Drive iconic cars inspired by the golden age of rally racing on challenging stages in stylized environments around the world. Art of rally is out this summer for Nintendo Switch.
KeyWe – Stonewheat & Sons: KeyWe is an adorable, collaborative mail puzzler starring two little kiwi birds working in a bizarre post office. To ensure that these messages are delivered on time, they must jump, flap and butt in an interactive landscape of levers, bells, and buttons. KeyWe is launching for Nintendo Switch in August.
ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights – Adglobe: Face terrifying enemies where a moment of carelessness can be deadly in this dark fantasy 2D action RPG game. Overcome these challenges and seek the truth with the help of fallen knights. ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights is out for Nintendo Switch on June 22.
Weaving Tides – Follow the Feathers: Call your weaver and fly over a stunning weaving landscape. Embark on a journey to explore ancient dungeons, solve puzzles, envelop your enemies and unravel the great mysteries of a long forgotten past. Weaving Tides, a fascinating single-player adventure set in the world of magic and textiles, launches for Nintendo Switch in May.
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective – Darjeeling: Adapted from the series of children’s books, Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective takes you through incredibly detailed labyrinths to create a powerful piece of work. In your mission, you will interact with more than 500 items or characters, find more than 100 hidden objects and navigate beautiful places. Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective is released for Nintendo Switch this spring.
The House of the Dead: Remake – MegaPixel Studio: The classic arcade rail-shooter is back with a new makeover and exciting gameplay changes. In this multiplayer game, you will be dressed as a couple of government agents sent to investigate disappearances in search of hordes of undead monsters. The House of the Dead: Remake will be released for Nintendo Switch later this year.