The integral part of the flourishing gaming industry, Nintendo in its recent Indie World event released a video showcasing the line-up of more than twenty indie games making its way to the Nintendo Switch system this year and next.
Post the huge announcement, Steve Singer, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Publisher and Developer Relations, also stated: “The vast library of inspired indie games on Nintendo Switch is about to get even bigger,” and thanked the independent developers from across the world who contributed to designing a library of games keeping in mind the customers demand.
And here are the biggest announcements that have raised the spirit of the Nintendo users:
1. Hades from Supergiant Games:
Bringing the Greek Mythology in the gaming format, ‘Hades’ will be a game to remember where players will wield the powers and mythic weapons of Olympus to break free from the clutches of the god of the dead. With a colourful setting, larger than life cast and a beautiful storyline, ‘Hades’ will show the unique Underworld. The game will be coming to Nintendo Switch this fall.
2. ‘Untitled Goose Game’ from House House:
The ‘Untitled Goose Game’ is all set for a big update. A free two-player popular slapstick-stealth-sandbox game will be available starting from 23 September and will also be getting a physical release on Nintendo Switch.
3. ‘Card Shark’ from Devolver Digital:
Play the best new card game where players will have to fleece and cheat their way to the top of 18-century French society. The stylishly illustrated adventure game is all about playing your cards right and showing off the tricks to be the master of cards. ‘Card Shark’ will arrive on Nintendo Switch in the year 2021.
4. ‘Garden Story’ from Rose City Games:
Rebuild a community as a guardian of the grove in the ‘Garden Story’, coming on Nintendo in 2021. Roam around in a vibrant island to combat invasive rot, make fruity friends, gather precious resources, restore buildings and rebuild your home all in a form of concord.