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Ratalakia Games and Somepx are bringing Loopindex to Switch this week, the two companies announced today. It’ll be launching digitally on June 25.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer:

Curve Digital and DoubleMoose have announced a new update for Just Die Already, an old people mayhem sandbox game. After installing the patch, players can access a new player versus player mode.

Here’s what’s included as well as a trailer showing off the update:

The hand-drawn puzzle platformer Out of Line will release on Switch next month, Hatinh Interactive and Nerd Monkeys confirmed today. A release is planned for July 7.

Here’s an overview of Out of Line plus a new trailer:

Pixmain and Darjeeling have nailed down a release date for Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective, a puzzle game that was previously featured in an Indie World Showcase. The two sides have confirmed that Switch owners can get their hands on the title starting on July 15.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer:

Today, Ratalakia Games and Ametist Studio announced that they’re putting Within the Blade on Switch. The stealth platformer is slated for July 16 on the console.

We have the following overview and trailer for the game:

A major update has gone live for the life sim game Cozy Grove. Switch players can now access version 2.0.0.

Today’s update includes quality of life enhancements, balance changes, and bug fixes. Going into some of the specifics, changes include increasing the stack size limits of various items, increasing the amount of storage available to players early in the game, reducing the difficulty of several quests, and a whole bunch of UI improvements. There are also new features and content.

Below are the full patch notes:

Digerati and Igor Sandman have dated Guild of Darksteel, an upcoming cinematic side-scrolling adventure game. It’s planned for release on July 15.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer:

Hamster is bringing Takeda Shingen to Switch this week as the system’s latest Arcade Archives game, the company has confirmed. A worldwide release is planned for June 24.

Takeda Shingen originally released in 1988. It’s a side-scrolling brawler originally made by Jaleco.

Arcade Archives Takeda Shingen will cost $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29 on the Switch eShop.

Source: Hamster PR

RedDeerGames has announced that its retro-style horror adventure Boreal Tennebrae is headed to Switch. Check out an overview and trailer below.

A new update is now available for Subnautica, no official patch notes have been given but changes have been listed on Unknown Worlds Entertainment’s Twitter. Here’s what’s new: