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Hamster continues to put out new games in the Arcade Archives series. This week, the company will be releasing Naughty Boy on Switch.

Naughty Boy first debuted in 1982. In the vertically scrolling game, players take on the role of a boy who throws rocks at monsters to take them down.

Arcade Archives Naughty Boy launches worldwide on June 4 for $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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Hamster has announced its next NeoGeo game for Switch. Today, the company revealed that we’ll be getting Crazy Climber 2 worldwide on May 28.

Hamster will publish Raiders5 as its latest Arcade Archives game, the company has announced. A worldwide release is set for May 21.

Here’s a brief overview of the game:

Radical Radial was previously confirmed as one of the upcoming Arcade Archives titles for Switch. Today, Hamster announced that the game will launch worldwide tomorrow, May 14.

Nichibutsu originally released Radical Radial in 1983. The vertical shooter has players taking down enemies, avoiding obstacles, and eventually reaching the goal.

Pricing for Arcade Archives is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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This week, Hamster brought Magmax to Switch as its latest Arcade Archives release. For a look at some footage, view the video below.

Arcade Archives Magmax is available on Switch through the eShop.

Famitsu also reveals yet another round of Arcade Archives games on the way. These include Radical Radial, MagMax, and Raiders 5. Specific release dates have not been confirmed.

Hamster will release Arcade Archives MagMax on Switch this week, the company has announced. It will arrive digitally via the eShop on May 7 worldwide.

Here’s a brief overview of the game:

This week’s issue of Famitsu shares the latest information regarding Arcade Archives games for Switch.

First up, the newest release is now confirmed. Arcade Archives VS. Wrecking Crew will launch worldwide on May 1.

Famitsu also reveals yet another round of Arcade Archives games on the way. These include Radical Radial, MagMax, and Raiders 5. Specific release dates have not been confirmed.

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During a live stream today, Hamster announced another round of Arcade Archives games for Switch. Burger Time, Burnin’ Rubber, Trio the Punch, and Darwin 4078 are now confirmed for a release on the eShop.

These are just a few of the games Hamster is preparing. Other titles were previously announced, including Sunset Riders, Gemini Wing, and VS. Wrecking Crew.

Hamster recently warned that there could be changes in the development schedule for Arcade Archives. CERO, Japan’s ratings agency, has temporarily closed due to the coronavirus, so some titles may not be able to receive their proper classifications. We usually receive at least one day’s notice about weekly Arcade Archives releases, but some games may not be announced in advance.

This week’s issue of Famitsu has the early word on the latest Arcade Archives game for Switch. As stated in the magazine, Hamster will release Tube Panic worldwide on April 23.

Tube Panic first debuted in 1984. Nichibutsu’s shoot ’em up adopts a 3D look of sorts and has players taking down enemies in tubular vortex levels.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Tube Panic is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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Arcade Archives Plus Alpha is out today as a worldwide release on the Switch eShop. Check out some footage in the video below.