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Hex Gambit has managed to reach its funding goal on Kickstarter. One Man Left Studios was looking to raise $11,000, which was just reached. Switch was a part of the main goal, so the game is officially confirmed for Nintendo’s console.

Here’s what you can expect from Hex Gambit:

In a world called Agon, the sharpest strategic minds command squads of expendable automatons in an explosive arena sport called the Hex Gambit.

Hex Gambit is a unique turn-based strategy game coming to Steam and the Nintendo Switch™ console, from the makers of the cult classic Outwitters (view our entire catalog of games here). It’s designed to get to the fun part fast: Drag and drop minions onto your side of the map on Turn 1; start hitting stuff on Turn 2! Games typically last 10-30 minutes (depending how fast you think), with the action always intensifying in the late game for an epic conclusion.

Hex Gambit will be on Switch sometime in 2018.


Earlier today, we found out that Forever Entertainment is bringing Violett to Switch via an eShop listing. That won’t be the publisher’s only release on the system.

Also in the works is Prodigy, an upcoming tactical RPG developed by Hanakai Studio. It was funded on Kickstarter back in 2014.

Here’s a brief overview:

Prodigy is a head to head tactical role playing game with mixed turn-based and real time multiplayer action, pitting your heroes against those of your friends or online opponent. The game will feature both PvE and PvP modes, including Ranked and Unranked Multiplayer.

Forever Entertainment will be putting the “electronic” version of Prodigy on Switch. The download version makes use of a “digital board tested through a closed Alpha”, and it “will be entirely compatible” with the physical version.

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The European Switch eShop has updated with a new listing for an upcoming game. Though it’s without a release date, the 2.5D point-and-click adventure game Violett will be releasing soon on Nintendo’s console.

Here’s the premise:

Dragged by her parents, a young and rebellious teenage girl – Violett, moves to an old spooky house in the middle of nowhere. Forced away from her friends and life in the city; she imagines how boring life in countryside will be: spending day after day, bored in her room with absolutely nothing to do. But what she cannot imagine, is that in just a few moments, she’ll have the adventure of her life.

And a trailer:

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The Jackbox Party Pack 2 is coming soon to Switch. Ahead of its upcoming release, we have a trailer for the game. Watch it below.

A few new games out came out this week on the various eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

Next week, Intense is bringing Puzzle Adventure Blockle to the Switch eShop. It’ll be a 212MB download in case you’re wondering. Puzzle Adventure Blockle launches in all territories on August 3.


Vblank Entertainment has passed along the news that Retro City Rampage DX is officially slated for Switch next week. It will be available digitally beginning on August 3.

Here’s the launch trailer:

Retro City Rampage DX will be priced at $14.99 / €14.99 / £12.99.

Source: Vblank Entertainment PR

Sine Mora EX could be coming to Switch soon. According to a listing on the Switch eShop, the game will be out on August 8. Pricing is set at £24.99.

As usual, we do have warn that eShop dates are not final. The North American and Japanese Switch eShops have been pretty accurate, but the European store has been off in many instances lately. We’ll have to wait and see if this latest listing turns out to be accurate.

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Team17 released the latest trailer for The Escapists 2 today. It shows U.S.S Anomaly, the new home for interstellar inmates. Your escaping prowess will be put to the test, as the floating fortress features robotic guards (and dogs), jet packs, shuttles and an A.I Warden. View the new trailer below.

It won’t be much longer until Slime-san appears on Switch. Today, publisher Headup Games announced that the action-platformer is set to debut on Nintendo’s console next week.

Slime-san is coming to Switch on August 3 via the eShop. HD Rumble will be supported, and the multiplayer mini-games can be played locally with one set of Joy-Con.

We’ve included more details about Slime-san below, along with a new Switch trailer for the game.