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The turn-based strategy RPG Reverse Crawl will be appearing on the Switch eShop starting May 10. View some footage below.

Publisher Digerati and developer Caiysware today announced the fast-paced slash ‘n’ dash and run ‘n’ gun action title Skelly Selest for Switch. A release is planned as a digital download for May 24.

Here’s an overview of the game from Digerati:

The sports title Super Blood Hockey makes its debut on Switch today as a digital download on the eShop. Watch the game’s launch trailer below.

Next Friday, the fast-paced rogue-lite shoot ’em up Black Paradox will be joining the Switch eShop. Check out some early footage below.

Publisher Digerati and developer Nerdook have announced that the turn-based strategy RPG Reverse Crawl is coming to Switch. A release is planned for May 10.

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

The arcade sports game Super Blood Hockey launches for Switch next Friday. Get a look at some early footage in the video below.

Today, publisher Digerati and developer Loren Lemcke confirmed the release date for Super Blood Hockey on Switch. It’ll be out via the eShop on April 26. It will carry a 20% launch discount for a limited time.

In case you missed it the first time around, here’s a trailer for Super Blood Hockey:

Source: Digerati PR

Black Paradox is making its way to Switch on May 3, publisher Digerati and developer Fantastico Studio announced today. The galactic side-scrolling roguelite shoot ’em up will be sold via the eShop.

We have the following overview and trailer for the game:

The deck-building battler Monster Slayers is arriving on the Switch eShop on Friday. Get a look at some footage in the video below.

Following its release on Steam, Digerati and developer Loren Lemcke are putting the retro charm and pixelated violence of Super Blood Hockey on consoles. The arcade sports action title will launch for Switch sometime in April.

New to the console release is a Franchise Mode “that puts players in the shoes of a corrupt coach as they recruit players from prison, utilize performance-enhancing drugs, pull the plug on injured teammates, and use other underhanded tactics to succeed.”