a roundup of upcoming games

The Nintendo Indie World Showcase of December 15, 2021 went to the archives and brought with it many announcements and updates relating to the independent Nintendo Switch scene, which in the future will be enriched with several promising indie productions with well-varied themes.

The show opens with Sea of ​​Stars, JRPG prequel to The Messenger, and then continues with Allisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddess, a three-dimensional puzzle game created by the Taiwanese studio Underscore. We then move on to Loco Motive by Robust Games, a project that will attract the attention of all lovers of point and click graphic adventures, and then leave room for Afterlove EP, a curious mix between rhythm game and visual novel.

2D platformer Dungeon Munchies is already available for download, while Figment 2: Creed Valley impresses players with its unique style that mixes music, adventure and puzzles. Let’s Play! Oink Games is a collection of digital board games also available immediately, while in spring 2022 it will be possible to play Endling: Instinction is Forever. In February of the new year, however, OlliOlli World will be accessible for everyone, with the possibility of booking it as early as the end of the showcase.

The online event is nearing its final stages: the new trailer for River City Girls 2 is shown and a roundup of other indies including Timelie, Don’t Starve Together, Grime and the acclaimed Chicory: A Colorful Tale. The Indie World Showcase finally closes with the launch window of Omori, a psychological horror RPG that from next spring will finally be available also on Nintendo’s hybrid console after the previous debut on Steam.