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Publisher The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild and developer Wonderbelly Games have announced that Roundguard, “a bouncy dungeon crawler with pinball physics, lots of loot, and a randomized castle full of oddballs”, is coming soon to Switch. It will launch digitally via the eShop on March 13.

Here’s an overview of Roundguard:

A number of new deals are up and running on the North American Switch eShop. These include Mario Day games (Super Mario Maker 2, Super Mario Party, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Yoshi’s Crafted World), Amnesia: Collection, Gal*Gun 2, Rocket League, and more.

Here are the full highlights:


The fast-paced, 3D platformer Cyber Hook was recently playable at PAX East 2020. Check out some off-screen footage below.

The Switch version of Lonely Mountains: Downhill was playable at PAX East 2020 last week, and some footage has emerged showing it running in handheld mode. Check out the video below.

Listings on the eShops provide file sizes for a bunch of Switch games. These include My Hero One’s Justice 2, Dead or School, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:


Going Under, a satirical dungeon crawler from publisher Team17 and developer Aggro Crab, has been confirmed for Switch. The game launches on Nintendo’s console later this year.

Here’s an overview of Going Under, along with a trailer and footage:

A few days ago, Studio Klondike launched a Kickstarter campaign for Nekojishi: Lin & Partners, an adventure-RPG. It’s been a big success having raised over $50,000 with over three weeks to go. Since the target has been reached, we’ll be seeing the game on Switch.

Here’s an overview of Nekojishi: Lin & Partners, along with a trailer:

In a recent news post sent out to Switch owners, Nintendo provided a listing of the top 15 European eShop downloads for February 2020.

This month, it’s an older game that tops the chart – specifically Unravel Two. Animal Crossing: New Horizons also found itself in the top ten thanks to eShop pre-orders.


The puzzle game Mekorama was announced for Switch and 3DS way back in 2017. While the 3DS version no longer appears to be happening, it’s finally arriving on Nintendo’s current console this month.

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

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows: