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Casual Bit Games was looking to fund its Ghouls N’ Ghosts and Wonder Boy 3-inspired action title, Battle Princess Madelyn, through Kickstarter. In just five days, the $45,000 goal was reached. Battle Princess Madelyn is now officially coming to both Switch and Wii U.

Battle Princess Madelyn is getting close to doubling its original goal, and 25 days remain in the campaign. A number of stretch goals have been hit, including extra modes, sidequests, enemies, and more.

You can show your support for Battle Princess Madelyn on Kickstarter here.

Dinosaur Polo Club created its “subway layout game” Mini Metro a couple of years ago. Now it would appear that it has a chance of making its way to Switch.

Regarding a Switch edition, Dinosaur Polo Club said it’s currently under consideration. Since the port would be “a big project,” the team has “to think it through” before fully committing.


Mini Metro is somewhat of an obscure game. You can see what it’s like for yourself below.

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31 minutes of TumbleSeed footage

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TumbleSeed was on display at PAX East a few days ago, and Nintendo World Report has shared extensive gameplay. View 31 minutes of footage below.

De Mambo was something that we found out about for Switch before the developer actually made an announcement. That changed today, with developer The Dangerous Kitchen making things official.

Even though the Nintendo release was just announced, De Mambo will be on Switch first. Doing so provides the team with “far more exposure than other platforms”.

The Dangerous Kitchen wrote in a blog post:

Nintendo approached us at Bitsummit 4 last year and after many laborious discussions about how much money we wanted to pay them to allow us to be on the (at that time) NX, they decided to not accept our fanboyish money and instead allow us entry into the Kingdom of leave-luck-to-Heaven.

The Switch is the perfect home for De Mambo, something that Nintendo themselves saw, and so we couldn’t let this once in a lifetime opportunity slip away— who else has their first game available in the launch period of a new console!? But, there is one caveat to all this. We are focusing on the Switch version first, before the other versions.

The original Ittle Dew graced the Wii U eShop a few years ago. As we learned during the Nindies Showcase last month, the sequel is coming to Switch in the near future.

Ludosity shared a release window for the Switch eShop release on Twitter earlier today. There’s no specific date yet, but it should be available this summer. Ludosity also ruled out bringing the first Ittle Dew to Switch.


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The 3DS version of 6180 the moon made it to the European eShop today (North American release coming soon). Take a look at some off-screen footage below.

Little Inferno Switch footage

Posted on 7 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

A new video is in showcasing the just-released Switch version of Little Inferno. About 16 minutes of gameplay can be seen below.

As of now, SteamWorld Dig 2 will be a digital title on Switch. The game could eventually go the physical route as well.

In a Reddit AMA, Image & Form community manager Julius Guldbog said the team is “looking into” the possibility of SteamWorld Dig 2 seeing a retail release. Guldbog added in a separate comment:

“No word on a physical release yet. We’re in the talks with distributors, but have nothing to announce at this moment. BUT SteamWorld Collection did REALLY well for us, so physical makes a lot of sense.”

Guldbog was also asked throughout the AMA about bringing past SteamWorld entries to Switch. Image & Form would “love” to make that happen, but SteamWorld Dig 2 is the focus for the time being.

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Tyrone Rodriguez, the founder of developer Nicalis, confirmed on Twitter today that The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ will get a physical release in Europe. He didn’t offer any additional details though, such as a concrete release date. If you’re in Europe and can’t wait to play the game on your Switch, then your best option is probably to download the game from the North American eShop, where it will be available tomorrow.

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After originally releasing on Wii U, Kung Fu FIGHT! is now coming to 3DS. The European release is scheduled for tomorrow and soon in North America. Check out some off-screen footage below.

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