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A big update for From Space went live in the Switch version today.

Horde Mode, new skins for Story Mode, and more are included. Players can also access the Molten Iron and Concrete Jungle DLCs plus Operation: Clear Skies story mode DLC.

Here’s the full rundown of everything included:

Human Fall Flat Tower level

Yet another piece of content is now available in Human: Fall Flat, with the Switch version now adding the Tower level. All players can access it after installing the new version 1.5.7 update.

Tower is a level created by Fennecai and brought to life by the team at No Brakes Games. This was the winning design for the game’s fifth anniversary competition. The level is said to be “an exciting and adventurous design that challenges the law of physics more than ever”. You can try to ascend the soaring spire and make it to the top, but beware that the floor is lava.

Autonauts physical

Autonauts first made it to Switch over the summer only as an eShop download, but a physical version is now on the way. It has started to pop up on retailer websites complete with the official boxart – we have a look at the design above.

Autonauts features a mix of agriculture, simulation, crafting, building, production-line, and resource management gameplay. Read more about the title below.

Human: Fall Flat Red Rock

Human: Fall Flat recently received a new 1.5.6 update on Switch, and as part of that, Red Rock has gone live on the platform.

Red Rock is a new desert level with various challenges and puzzles. We have the official overview below.

Chenso Club gameplay

New gameplay has come in for Chenso Club, a roguelike brawler. Curve Games and Pixadome brought it to Switch this week.

For more information about the game, read the following overview:

Thanks to Curve Games and Pixadome, we have a launch trailer for Chenso Club. The video celebrates the release of the new roguelike brawler.

For those that missed our previous coverage, here’s everything you need to know about the game:

Just Die Already update 1.4

Curve Games and DoubleMoose Games have prepared a new 1.4 update for Just Die Already, their mayhem sandbox game.

The patch addresses a slew of issues. These include progression problems, an “Always Online” issue, and general bug fixes.

The full patch notes for the Just Die Already version 1.4 update are as follows:


The block-building party game Block’Em will be appearing on Switch, publisher Curve Games and Swedish studio Cat Shawl Games announced today. It will initially be available this September for PC, with the Switch version following later.

Block’Em is an action-filled block-building party game for 2 to 4 players. In it, players must be the first to reach the goal or be the last Block standing, though the arena will be chaotic and has obstacles like fireballs. Both online and local multiplayer are supported.

Chenso Club

Publisher Curve Games and developer Pixadome announced today that Chenso Club, a side-scrolling rouguelike brawler, will soon be making its way to Switch. The title is due out on September 1, 2022.

Here’s an overview of the game as shared by Curve:

Autonauts gameplay

New gameplay has come in for Autonauts, a new Switch title that features building, creating, and automating. 25 minutes of footage is available.

For more on Autonauts, read the following overview:

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