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Creative Bytes is bringing Embers of Mirrim soon to Switch, the studio announced. The adventure-platformer is slated for December 7 on the eShop.

Here’s the official tweet:

In Embers of Mirrim, two proud races have to set aside their differences and come together in order to save their world from an alien threat. The game features a mystical creature with the ability to split into light and dark embers, each independently controlled by the analog sticks.

You can find more information about Embers of Mirrim below, along with a trailer.

The fact that Super Mario Cereal is happening is a sight to behold in and of itself. But the fact that it also acts as an amiibo makes things even more interesting.

The Super Mario Cereal box teases that its sticker can be scanned in Super Mario Odyssey. However, it seems that it doesn’t really do anything that special as an amiibo.

Reddit user ziiigg, who shared the back of the Super Mario Cereal box earlier today, says that it works like most other amiibo in Super Mario Odyssey. That means when you scan the box, it can go look for Power Moons. There is just a slight, neat touch though – players are told that the Super Mario Cereal is a “delicious” amiibo.


MUJO footage

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One of the new Switch games on the Switch eShop this week is MUJO. Take a look at some footage below.

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Dufgames originally created the arcade style dual-stick space shooter Black Hole for Ouya and Razor Forge TV. That same game is coming to Switch, but with some bonuses.

Black Hole contains 40 levels spread out through four worlds and a boss fight in each in addition to three customizable ships. On Switch, the title will support HD Rumble, full support for touch and motion controls, a speedrun mode, leaderboards, and colorblind mode.

We’ve posted a trailer for the original version of Black Hole below.

Source: Dufgames PR

One More Dungeon was announced for Switch this past summer. Today, Ratalakia Games announced that the game will be released during the week of December 11 (so probably December 14).

The news was passed along on Twitter:

One More Dungeon is a first-person shooter roguelike that features procedurally generated levels and pixel-art graphics. You can find more information below, along with a trailer.

A live stream was hosted for Yoku’s Island Express yesterday, and a brand new area was shown. Viewers were shown Mokumana Island, the home of Yoku and Yoku’s Island. Check out the full recording below.

Nintendo has published two more North American Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon commercials. One focuses on the Legendary Pokemon that can be caught in the game, while the other features Team Rainbow Rocket. Both adverts are below.

Splasher was taken off of the North American Switch eShop shortly after its launch around a month ago due to a rating issue with the ESRB. The situation was addressed, and it returned on the digital store yesterday.

The Splasher team is thanking fans for their patience with an eShop sale. It’s 20% off at the moment, down to $11.99. The sale price lasts until December 7.


Traverse USA is coming to Switch in the west tomorrow, but it’s already available in Japan. Get a look at some footage below.

Two more classics are joining the Wii U Virtual Console in North America this week. Nintendo’s website lists Bomberman ’93 and Battle Lode Runner for tomorrow.

Below is an overview of each game:

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