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Shadows of Adam

Hello, my angry suns! In this episode of NEP, we’ve got two special guests joining Oni and Galen: Tim and Tyler from Something Classic Games with the occasional woof from Tyler’s dog, Jackson. Something Classic recently debuted their stylish, modern take on SNES-era JRPGs, “Shadows of Adam”, on Nintendo Switch!

Join the four of us as we talk all about our reactions to the Super Mario Maker 2 direct and what we think of the unannounced new game style(s), too! We start things off with a casual interview of sorts where Tim and Tyler fill us in on their history in the games and music industries, tales of development, inspiring stories, RPG Maker back in the day, the roots of Shadows of Adam, and what transformations took place over the years. We also end up just chatting about general gaming habits, Pokemon GO, houses full of musicians, cats and dogs, memes…

If you’re a fan of classic SNES JRPGs, you don’t want to miss out on this episode and you definitely don’t want to miss out on Shadows of Adam. So, come have a chill time with us and get to know two of the devs from Something Classic Games.

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Publisher Circle Entertainment has announced that a new update for Shadows of Adam is now available on Switch. Version 1.0.4 was issued as of today.

In the update, New Game+ has been added as a new feature. It also fixes a key audio issue and makes other smaller changes to improve the game (such as an improved logo).

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To promote today’s launch of Shadows of Adam on Switch, Circle Entertainment has prepared a new trailer. Watch it below.

The RPG Shadows of Adam will finally be appearing on the Switch eShop next Friday. Take a look at some early footage below.

The retro RPG Shadows of Adam is coming to Switch on May 3, Circle Entertainment and Something Classic Games have announced. Pre-orders open via the eShop starting April 26. DLC from the original release will be included.

We have the following overview for Shadows of Adam, along with a trailer:

Earlier in the year, Something Classic Games gauged interest in a Switch version of Shadows of Adam. It looks like the team was happy with the response, as the title is now confirmed for the platform.

Something Classic Games is taking up with Circle Entertainment on the port. A release window has not yet been announced.

Here’s some information and a trailer for the RPG:

Shadows of Adam may have a chance of landing on Switch. Over on Twitter, developer Something Classic Games is gauging interest in the idea of porting its RPG.

Something Classic Games is hoping fans will express their interest by re-tweeting the following message:


You can learn more about Shadows of Adam with the overview and trailer below. If you’d like to see a Switch version, be sure to make your voice heard.