November 13, 2022

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SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Andro Dunos 2’, ‘Super Nanaru’, ‘Aery Calm Mind 2’, Plus Today’s Other Releases and Sales

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for March twenty fourth, 2022. It’s Thursday once more, and meaning we have a whole bunch of latest video games to verify out. Sure, we’re all waiting for Kirby tomorrow, however that doesn’t mean there aren’t some games to consider today. Shooters, platformers, puzzle video games, adventure games, and more. We’ve obtained summaries of all of them, along with the lists of recent and expiring sales. Let’s get going!

New Releases

Andro Dunos 2 ($19.99)

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Gosh, and I thought Metroid followers had an extended wait for a sequel. The unique Andro Dunos got here out in 1992 for the NEOGEO from Visco Corporation. While it didn’t make an enormous splash, the game certainly had its merits and consequently earned a cult following. I’m unsure if the original development team has any connection whatsoever with the indie developer dealing with this thirty-years-later follow-up, but after spending some time with it I can safely say that Andro Dunos fans won’t be displeased with this sequel. I’ll have a evaluate quickly.

Super Nanaru ($9.99)

A baker girl named Nanaru goes on a mission to reclaim her bread from a devil that stole it. This is a platformer where the character automatically runs forward, turning around when she hits a wall. You just have to choose when to jump. We’ve seen this kind of factor before, particularly on cellular. Honestly, this appears to have five-dollar Switch platformer vitality which makes it a little bit of hard promote at twice the worth. I’m going to be doing a evaluation of this one early subsequent week the place I’ll let you know how it shakes out.

Arcade Archives Empire City: 1931 ($7.99)

Here’s a deep dig for the Arcade Archives this week. Seibu Kaihatsu is generally recognized for the Raiden shoot-em-up collection, but it did make a few other things right here and there. Empire City: 1931 is a sort of. It’s a gallery shooter with a stylish comic guide look to it. The type of factor you’ll assume would be played with a gun controller, but is instead carried out with a cursor. For what it is, it’s nice. Hardly a must have but certainly an unusual entry in Hamster’s run.

Valis: The Fantasm Soldier ($15.00)

Valis II ($15.00)

Valis III ($15.00)

If you weren’t into the Valis Fantasm Soldier Collection however had an interest in one or two of the titles, Edea has now made them out there a la carte. Apart from being available separately, there’s no real difference within the play experience here. Each sport options the same choices and extras found in the collection. Personally, I’d go for the collection over shopping for any of them on their own at these prices. But you do you.

Sky Gamblers – Air Supremacy 2 ($29.99)

Atypical Games has a follow-up to its wild aerial fight recreation, and it’s really going for it. There’s a fourteen-mission single participant marketing campaign to work via plus an online multiplayer mode with battles between groups up to seven players every. There are eighteen totally different aircraft to fly, and every of them has a number of different load-out variants. There are seven completely different maps, a bunch of modes, and other goodies like customizable paint and badges. A bit of a stiff price but when you’ve had lots of enjoyable with Atypical’s earlier games, especially in multiplayer, you may properly get your money’s value right here.

Hatsune Miku Jigsaw Puzzle ($14.00)

Yes, it’s another Hatsune Miku-themed puzzle game. Jigsaw puzzles this time. You get thirty-nine different footage and the puzzles may be one of three sizes relying on how zesty a problem you need. There are also some songs to play alongside to, as you’ll expect from a Hatsune Miku recreation. For whatever cause, there are no touch controls out there. That makes this roughly the worst jigsaw puzzle of the seven hundred or so out there on the eShop unless you really, really love Miku.

Nun Massacre ($5.99)

Here’s one other scary first-person horror sport where bizarre monsters stalk you. This one has a PlayStation 1-style look to it, and that is pretty cool. Apparently there are multiple endings and a few secrets and techniques to hunt round for. Not actually my sort of factor but I know a few of you eat these up, so pull out your fork and knife and get to it.

Aery – Calm Mind 2 ($9.99)

Oh, extra Aery. I suppose we all know how these go by now. You’re a bird flying via some fairly environments, selecting up doodads and following the story. No enemies, no danger, just a few chill exploration. They wouldn’t make this many of them if individuals weren’t shopping for them, so I imagine many will be glad to see one more. I one way or the other doubt it will be the last.

Darkness and Flame: The Dark Side ($6.99)

Another chapter in the Darkness and Flame sequence of hidden object adventures from Five-BN Studio. Alice finds herself on the Dark Side after a battle with the Dark Warrior, a spot the place normal people have not trodden for a very long time. Even worse, her flame energy appears to be flickering out. She should discover her companions and escape earlier than all hope is misplaced. You know the routine: remedy puzzles, play some minigames, speak to odd characters, and gawk on the footage.

World Soccer Kid ($2.99)

How many instances are you able to bounce the ball on your head? That’s pretty much the game. There are a few modes of play right here, including some native co-op modes. The sketchbook art type at least provides it some kind of taste.

Mini Words Collection ($3.99)

A assortment of a few little word games. There are three in whole, including as a lot as greater than a thousand levels of brain-teasing fun. The Pathfinders has you in search of phrases on a board to match footage with out crossing paths, Polyglot gives you somewhat taste of different languages, and Mini Words has you unscrambling letters to make phrases. If you like word puzzles, this actually presents some bang on your buck.

Disco Cannon Airlines ($0.99)

Launch your disco man into the sky utilizing a cannon and try to hit as many issues as you’ll have the ability to to rack up lots of points. Well, if you’re going to put out a sport of dubious value, no less than make it cheap and stupid. That’s my opinion, anyway.


(North American eShop, US Prices)

Not an excessive quantity of there but at present. If you like hidden object/escape room games, you would choose up the Panmorphia or Kosmonavtes video games. The outbox is big, but largely filled with the usual suspects. Grab them now when you like, or wait a quantity of weeks for them to be again on sale again. Check these lists anyway, naturally.

Select New Games on Sale

Urban Flow ($1.ninety nine from $14.ninety nine till 3/30)

RazerWire: Nanowars ($1.ninety nine from $9.99 until 3/30)

Angelo & Deemon: OHoaQ ($9.89 from $14.ninety nine until 4/5)

Dimension Drive ($1.99 from $12.ninety nine until 4/6)

Rainswept ($1.99 from $9.ninety nine until 4/6)

Luckslinger ($3.forty nine from $9.ninety nine till 4/6)

Castle of Pixel Skulls ($1.ninety nine from $4.ninety nine until 4/6)

Inferno 2 ($1.99 from $4.ninety nine until 4/6)

Back to Bed ($1.ninety nine from $4.ninety nine until 4/6)

Lost Wing ($1.ninety nine from $7.99 till 4/6)

Batu Ta Batu ($1.ninety nine from $4.99 till 4/6)

Lumini ($1.99 from $9.99 till 4/6)

The Bug Butcher ($1.99 from $7.99 until 4/6)

Draw a Stickman: Epic ($5.24 from $6.99 until 4/13)

Chess Royal ($1.99 from $2.99 till 4/13)

Danger Mouse: Danger Games ($3.99 from $4.99 till 4/13)

Panmorphia ($1.ninety nine from $5.ninety nine till 4/13)

Panmorphia: Enchanted ($1.ninety nine from $3.ninety nine until 4/13)

Kosmonavtes: Escape Reality ($1.ninety nine from $3.99 until 4/13)

Kosmonavtes: Academy Escape ($1.99 from $5.ninety nine until 4/13)

NecroWorm ($1.ninety nine from $4.ninety nine till 4/13)

Zombie Scrapper ($1.ninety nine from $2.ninety nine till 4/13)

Filament ($5.ninety four from $16.99 till 4/13)

Air Conflicts Secret Wars ($3.ninety nine from $19.ninety nine till 4/13)

BFF or Die ($2.99 from $7.99 until 4/13)

Sales Ending Tomorrow, Friday, March 25th

Akane ($1.99 from $4.99 till 3/25)

Akuto: Showdown ($1.ninety nine from $7.99 until 3/25)

Arcade Fuzz ($1.99 from $3.ninety nine till 3/25)

Arcane Arts Academy ($1.ninety nine from $7.99 until 3/25)

ASMR Journey Jigsaw Puzzle ($1.99 from $3.99 till 3/25)

Badland: GotY Edition ($1.99 from $5.ninety nine until 3/25)

BarricadeZ Revisited ($9.seventy four from $14.ninety nine till 3/25)

BIT.TRIP Series, Assorted ($1.ninety nine from $4.99 until 3/25)

Blazing Beaks ($1.ninety nine from $14.99 till 3/25)

Chess Knights Shinobi ($1.99 from $3.99 till 3/25)

City Bus Driving Simulator ($5.fifty nine from $13.99 until 3/25)

Clouds & Sheep 2 ($1.ninety nine from $9.99 till 3/25)

Coffee Crisis ($1.ninety nine from $9.99 till 3/25)

Daylife in Japan Jigsaw Puzzle ($1.99 from $3.ninety nine until 3/25)

Dex ($1.ninety nine from $19.ninety nine till 3/25)

Door Kickers ($1.ninety nine from $11.ninety nine until 3/25)

Dracula Frames ($1.99 from $3.99 until 3/25)

Drizzlepath: Deja Vu ($4.89 from $6.ninety nine till 3/25)

DungeonTop ($1.99 from $13.99 until 3/25)

Dynamite Fishing ($1.99 from $9.99 till 3/25)

Epistory Typing Chronicles ($1.ninety nine from $14.99 until 3/25)

Eyes: The Horror Game ($1.ninety nine from $2.49 till 3/25)

Get-A-Grip Chip ($7.ninety nine from $9.99 until 3/25)

Gnomes Garden 3 ($2.49 from $4.99 till 3/25)

Good Night, Knight ($1.99 from $11.99 till 3/25)

Gravity Rider Zero ($1.99 from $6.ninety nine until 3/25)

Hentai vs Evil ($6.99 from $9.ninety nine until 3/25)

Horatio Goes Snowboarding ($4.89 from $6.99 until 3/25)

Hyper Parasite ($1.99 from $17.99 until 3/25)

Koloro ($1.ninety nine from $9.ninety nine until 3/25)

Lyrica ($15.99 from $19.99 until 3/25)

Mana Spark Complete ($1.ninety nine from $11.ninety nine till 3/25)

Milli & Greg ($1.99 from $3.99 till 3/25)

Mini Trains ($1.99 from $5.ninety nine till 3/25)

Missing Features: 2D ($1.99 from $3.ninety nine till 3/25)

Moero Crystal H ($23.ninety nine from $39.ninety nine till 3/25)

Monkey Wall ($3.ninety nine from $4.ninety nine until 3/25)

MotoGP 18 ($2.ninety nine from $19.ninety nine until 3/25)

MXGP3 Official Motocross ($1.ninety nine from $19.ninety nine till 3/25)

Not Not A Brain Buster ($1.99 from $2.forty nine until 3/25)

Om Nom: Run ($1.ninety nine from $4.ninety nine till 3/25)

One Strike ($1.99 from $4.99 till 3/25)

One Strike: Complete ($1.ninety nine from $5.99 till 3/25)

Planet Quiz: Learn & Discover ($1.99 from $11.ninety nine until 3/25)

Pocket Golf Mini Hole in One ($1.99 from $2.ninety nine till 3/25)

Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire ($4.19 from $5.99 until 3/25)

Puzzle Car ($1.99 from $3.ninety nine until 3/25)

Puzzletronics ($1.ninety nine from $3.99 till 3/25)

Race Track Driver ($5.99 from $11.99 until 3/25)

Real Boxing 2 ($1.99 from $14.ninety nine until 3/25)

Red Ronin ($1.ninety nine from $7.ninety nine until 3/25)

REKT Double Flip ($1.ninety nine from $6.ninety nine until 3/25)

Run the Fan ($1.ninety nine from $3.99 till 3/25)

Savage Halloween ($1.99 from $4.ninety nine till 3/25)

Shapeshooter ($1.ninety nine from $3.ninety nine till 3/25)

Smashy Road: Wanted 2 ($1.99 from $7.ninety nine till 3/25)

Space Elite Force ($1.99 from $2.ninety nine till 3/25)

Space Pioneer ($1.99 from $9.99 till 3/25)

Spitlings ($8.99 from $14.99 until 3/25)

Spooky Chase ($1.ninety nine from $4.ninety nine till 3/25)

Sports Car Driver ($7.79 from $11.99 till 3/25)

Steamroll: Rustless ($5.ninety nine from $9.ninety nine till 3/25)

Super Korotama ($2.99 from $4.ninety nine until 3/25)

Swarmriders ($1.99 from $3.99 until 3/25)

Tharsis ($1.ninety nine from $11.ninety nine till 3/25)

The Letter A Horror Visual Novel ($13.99 from $19.ninety nine till 3/25)

The Savior’s Gang ($2.99 from $4.ninety nine until 3/25)

Tiny Lands ($1.ninety nine from $5.ninety nine till 3/25)

Tools Up! ($1.99 from $19.ninety nine till 3/25)…