Indie World video highlights games coming to nintendo Switch

On Wednesday morning, Nintendo hosted a brief Indie World live-streaming even to share a glimpse into the independently developed titles coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Thirteen games were shown in the 22-minute long video, along with a quick peek at additional content in the works.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

Developed by Team Reptile
Launches in 2022
Paint the town red, literally. Use unique and complex tricks to create amazing works of art on blank walls around this city, all to the beat of music.

Axiom Verge 2

Thomas Happ Games LLC
Launched on August 11th, 2021
Explore the creation of the Axiom universe in this prequel title with a new hero who’s slowly being devoured by miniscule machines.


Developed by Pixpil / Chucklefish
Launches on September 16th, 2021
With society on the verge failure, a miner rescues a young girl form an underground facility and set out on an adventure that includes role-playing, action-adventure and puzzle elements.


Developed by Something We Made
Launches Fall 2021
A picture is worth a thousand words. Help out the locals by snapping photos as you explore the Scandinavian-inspired world.

Shovel Knight: Pocket Dungeon

Developed by Vine / Yacht Club Games
Launches Winter 2021
Shovel in hand, solve puzzles, defeat bosses and dig-up items as the Puzzle Knight or any of the other 10+ characters. Play against a friend in multiplayer mode.

Metal Slug Tactics

Developed by Leikir Studio / Dotemu
Launches in 2022
Lead your troops to victory. This tactical title brings fan-favourites Marco, Tarma, Fio and Eri back to fight the enemy in an adaptation of Metal Slug.

Tetris Effect: Connected

Developed by Monstars Inc., Resonair and Stage Games / Enhance
Launches on October 8th, 2021
An adaptation of Tetris Effect includes single-player mode and Zone Battle mode for online or local battle, and Connected mode.

FAR: Changing Tides

Developed by Okomotive / Frontier Foundry
Launches in early 2022
Journey the high seas in a flooded dystopian future. Brave massive storms, and solve puzzles in a search to find a new home port.

Loop Hero

Developed by Four Quarters/Devolver Digital
Launches Winter 2021
Design the world the hero progresses through by acquiring cards to position foes, structures and terrain. Powerups help boost the hero and unlock more equipment and bosses.

Boyfriend Dungeon

Developed by Kitfox Games
Launched on August 11th, 2021
It’s not an average date night, advancing through dungeons to fight off creatures to pick up money for use in seducing your own weapons…

Necrobarista: Final Pour

Developed by Route 59 / Coconut Island Games
Launched on August 11th, 2021
Explore the Melbourne’s world of coffee and the morals of necromancy. A remastered version of Necrobarista includes updated graphics, additional content and the ability to create new stories and dialogue.

ISLANDERS: Console Edition

Developed by GrizzlyGames / Coatsink
Launched on August 11th, 2021
Uninhabited islands are blank canvases to create cities from the ground up. Once there’s no more empty land, jump over to another island and start over again.

Garden Story

Developed by Picogram / Rose City Games
Launched on August 11th, 2021
A tightknit island community has its residents asking you for favours, inspiritation and help in defending it from the Rot. Help restore The Grove to “grapeness”.

Other games on their way to the Nintendo Switch include:

  • Slime Rancher: Plortable Edition from Monomi Park launched August 11th, 2021.
  • Curious Expedition 2 from Maschinen-Mensch / Thunderful Publishing launched August 11th, 2021.
  • Hundred Days – Winemaking Simulator from Broken Arm Games launches Winter 2021.
  • Gang Beasts from Boneloaf launches Winter 2021.
  • ASTRONEER from System Era Softworks launches January 2022.
  • LumbearJack from Finalboss Games / Armor Games launches in 2022.

Source: Nintendo

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One reply to “Indie World video highlights games coming to nintendo Switch”

  1. I love indies but I can’t deny that I usually give them a pass. There’s a lot in this showcase that I REALLY want to play though. TMNT, Skul and Aztech look amazing! Art of Rally and Ender Lilies also caught my eye in the ending reel.

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