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Bulb Boy was originally thought to be coming to the European Switch eShop on June 20. Then it looked like the game would be available on June 29. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen either.

At least in North America, Bulb Boy is now arriving this week. This is based on what’s relayed through the official Twitter account as well as the eShop.

Note that Bulb Boy will be a 808MB download.

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Ratalakia Games published the official launch trailer for I and Me, out this week in Europe / Japan and North America soon. View it below.

Trine developer Frozenbyte shared a new video for its upcoming Switch game Nine Parchments today. Below, you can get a closer look at one of the characters: Carabel the Glacial.


Implosion – Never Lose Hope is one of the newest games launching on Switch this week. Take a look at some early footage below.

I and Me won’t just be releasing in Japan this week. Ratalakia Games has confirmed that the European version is planned for this Thursday as well.

Footage is already in showing off I and Me on Switch. Watch some gameplay below.

At E3, Nintendo World Report recorded some footage of Shakedown: Hawaii running on Switch’s screen. View the video below.

Flip Wars is coming to the European Switch eShop this week, Nintendo has announced. The launch is officially slated for July 6.

Here’s a new trailer:

Flip Wars is also planned for North America, but a release date has not yet been determined.

Hunter Studios’ action RPG Lost Castle is heading to Switch. The game contains roguelike elements, and all dungeons are randomized.

On Switch, Lost Castle is coming later this year. We’ve included a trailer and further details below.

In Japan, De Mambo launched digitally for Switch last Thursday. The Dangerous Kitchen was originally hoping that it would be a worldwide launch, but the North American and European release was pushed back just slightly.

De Mambo is now on track to arrive in North America and Europe on July 13. The Dangerous Kitchen shared the news via the following brief tweet:


Sumo Digital introduced a new Snake Pass update late last month. It was a pretty substantial one, adding in Time Trials and leaderboards on Switch. However, that pesky rumble bug was brought back with the patch.

On the bright side, Sumo has been quick to address the situation. Another Snake Pass update is now available, bringing the game to version 1.2.1. You should notice that the rumble issues have once again been addressed.

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