Here’s everything announced during the Nintendo Switch Indie World Showcase

During today’s Indie World presentation, Nintendo announced a plethora of games for the Switch console.

With 20 indie games on display, there’s something for everyone to look forward to, from noir-punk to action-adventure, soulslike and platformers.

Here is the list of games shown during today’s Nintendo presentation:

Another crab’s treasure: Developed by Aggro Crab, this soul-like crustacean game plunges you into an underwater world on the brink of collapse. As Kril the hermit crab, you use the junk around you on the seabed as armor to resist attacks from enemies larger than yourself. You will also go on a treasure hunt to discover the “dark secrets” behind the polluted ocean to discover. There are over 50 potential grenades to discover and many dangerous enemies to defeat. Another Crab’s Treasure will be released next year. It’s also coming to Steam and “Your Unconfirmed Favorite Consoles”.

Noir punk adventure game Gunbrella by Doinksoft and Devolver Digital was also announced. Here you play a forest worker in search of revenge, armed with the Gunbrella. As you play, your investigations will become entangled with ghouls and gangsters, cops and cultists, and other bizarre characters in a world that is rapidly losing its natural resources. You must collect scrap and spare parts to upgrade your weapon to “slide, swing, sprint, dive” and take out enemies in side-scrolling combat. Gunbrella is coming to Nintendo Switch and PC next year.

The release is later today mini highways from the Dinosaur Polo Club. The game puts you in control of the city’s traffic problems. You must draw and build roads to create a metropolis, and then redesign your city to keep traffic flowing. You must carefully manage upgrades such as highways and tricky roundabouts to meet changing demands. The game has nearly 4 million players across Apple Arcade, Mac and PC, and today’s Night Lights update brings new free content to everyone.

Ooblets, a farming game in which you raise and train adorable little creatures called Ooblets, is coming to Nintendo Switch this summer. As you build a new life in the community of Badgetown, you’ll customize your character, befriend the locals, decorate your home, craft items, run your own shop, and engage in dance battles. Sounds like a great time. You can also dress up your Ooblets friends, play mini-games, and explore a variety of locations, each with their own unique characters, quests, items, and unique Ooblets. The game is currently available via Early Access via the Epic Games Store and Game Preview on Xbox.

Created by a one-person development team and prototyped as part of a school competition, ElecHead by Nama Takahashi is a 2D puzzle platformer where you play as a little robot named Elec in a facility. In the game you have a mission to bring light back to the world. You activate walls, floors, platforms and switches by touching them and letting electricity flow through them. You can also detach and throw Elec’s head to trigger things remotely. The only caveat is that if he doesn’t get his head back within 10 seconds, he shuts down. Basically, you’ll literally and figuratively use your head to find a way out of the trap-ridden facility. The game is coming to Switch this summer and is currently available through Steam, where it has a “very positive” review. You can also download it from GOG and

sound drop by Drastic Games and Noodlecake is a fast-paced, rhythm-based dungeon crawler that combines looter shooter action with musical gameplay. You play as a musical genius called the Guardian of Harmony, who is transported to the world of Symphonia by the composers to battle the forces of Discord. Here you will match your actions to music to increase your power. With more than 500 pieces of gear to customize skills and thousands of loot combinations, play the game solo or with up to four players in local and online multiplayer to battle your way through dynamically generated levels. The game features over 140 songs and focuses on replayability. Soundfall was released today on the Epic Games Store, Steam and Switch.

Deadpan Games and Chucklefish’s are coming to Steam and Switch this winter wildfrost. In this tactical roguelike deck builder, you’ll take on the harsh elements by building and customizing your deck before setting out to end the eternal freeze. You can also customize and upgrade companion maps in this game, which promises plenty of replay value, and expand your hub city with each playthrough, unlocking more maps and encountering new challenges and events.

Batora: Lost Haven by Stormind Games and Team 17 invites you into a non-linear, story-driven, interplanetary action RPG that combines hack-and-slash and twin-stick shooter genres. In the game, you play as Avril, a 16-year-old girl who has been gifted with extraordinary powers. After a mysterious and devastating event, it’s up to you to save your planet, using the power of your body and mind to face the challenges and obstacles you encounter along the way. Batora: Lost Haven is coming to PlayStation, Steam, Switch and Xbox this fall.

This was also announced today We are OFK coming to Switch this summer. The game, also releasing for PC, PS4 and PS5, follows the lives of four friends in their 20s as they try to break into the music business, falling in and out of love, figuring out how to pay rent and get in on the hustle and bustle Angels come round. It will feature five interactive animated episodes, five interactive music videos with tracks performed by OFK, fully voiced interactive dialogue, “emotional texting, thirst texting, meme texting, emoji spamming” and original Los Angeles locations.

SCHLICK from Spiral Circus and Fireshine Games is coming to Switch in June. The game, also planned for Steam, plunges you into an underwater abyss where you are a diver searching for long-forgotten secrets. As you explore the depths, you will possess the creatures around you to solve environmental puzzles and travel deeper into the darkness. As you explore, you’ll encounter strange machines, ancient ruins, and dangerous sea creatures.

Already available on the Epic Games Store, Steam and Xbox, Absolutely accurate combat simulator by Landfall Games is coming to Switch this summer. Become the leader of red and blue wobblers from ancient lands, spooky places and fantasy worlds in this pretty fun simulation strategy game. Watch your infantry battle it out in battles across the ages and create new wobblers in the unit builder in addition to the 100+ you already have at your disposal. You can also send out your wobblers to battle your friends in local and online multiplayer.

Wayward beach from Ghost Pattern places you in a strange flying hospital as you explore a world of stories in a narrative adventure set in rural Australia in the 1970s. You play as a young journalist named Casey Beaumaris who follows the residents of the hospital as he uncovers the mysteries of the airship. Stories from over a dozen characters will unfold around you in real-time, and you can choose which stories you want to participate in. With each playthrough, you may discover something you haven’t seen before. The game will be released on July 21 for PC, PlayStation, Switch and Xbox.

Releasing later this year on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/s, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, cult of the Lamb from Massive Monster and Devolver Digital features a randomly generated world where you play as a possessed lamb. In this action-adventure game, you’ll repay your debts to the stranger who saved you from annihilation by forging a loyal community of forest worshippers. Gather resources to build structures, then delve into deadly dungeons teeming with razor spiders and venomous centipedes to challenge the dungeon overlord, Shamura.

In OPUS: Echo of Starsong – Full Bloom Edition by SIGONO, seek out asteroids, engage with a cast of characters, and unravel the mystery of the Star Songs in this narrative-driven puzzler. As Eda, a girl who can hear mysterious sound waves known as Star Songs, you cross paths with a young man in search of their source. Together they venture into the heart of space to solve an ancient myth. The game launches today on Switch and is already available on PC via GOG and Steam.

The beautiful Broken Rules game about freedom and survival, Gibbon: Beyond the trees, out today on Apple Arcade and Switch. Already available on Steam, they feature a dynamic movement system that lets you swing, slide, and somersault through a hand-painted jungle. The game lets you play as a lost gibbon on a dangerous journey to unknown lands. You can race to freedom in Liberation Mode or play through a narrative that captures the struggle of living creatures around the world. This game deals with real world environmental issues including deforestation, poaching and climate change. These issues pose an acute threat to the life of the gibbons, which are among the most vulnerable and critically endangered living species.

The indie world presentation also featured a montage of upcoming titles such as Card Shark, whose demo debuts later today. The montage also included the fall Guidebook of Babel, OneShot: World Machine Edition and Cursed to Golf, both due out this summer, and Idol Manager, due out on August 25th. Here’s everything announced during the Nintendo Switch Indie World Showcase

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