Three big indie titles ahead of tomorrow's Nindie Showcase.
A trio of new games have been announced for Switch today.
Nicalis will be publishing Save me Mr. Tako for the Switch by the end of 2017. A one-man development, the game is inspired graphically by the original Game Boy and began development in 2014 in time for the original Game Boy's 25th anniversary.
GoNNer publishers Raw Fury have announced Uurnog Uurnlimited for Switch and Steam this fall. Uurnog will feature a level editor on Steam Workshop that the Switch version will be able to download levels from, and claims the ingame music is created by neural networks.
As first reported by IGN, Harmonix rhythm project Super Beat Sports is moving from the Apple TV to the Switch. The music-focused quick reaction gameplay is inspired by the Rhythm Heaven series, though the Switch version will have additional co-op options and new Switch controls for the minigames.