The Messenger is also coming to the Nintendo Switch this Summer

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The Nindies Showcase Spring 2018 comes hot on the heels of a recent Nintendo Direct where Super Smash Bros for the Switch was announced. "This talented and ever-growing community of Nindies has found a home on Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, and we absolutely welcome their inventive and visionary contributions".

Mark of the Ninja Remastered brings the acclaimed stealth platformer to Switch in the autumn.

Coming to Switch this summer is Fantasy Strike from Sirlin Games. Right now it's on Steam Early Access where it has been well received for its focus on simplifying gameplay. Garage launches on Switch May 10.

Just Shapes & Beats is a "musical bullet hell" that has players trying to stay alive to the beat of the music alone, or in online multiplayer.

Garage is a bloody topdown shooter inspired by VHS era B-movies.

Tactical roguelike Bad North will be available this summer.

Pool Panic is the latest announcement from Battle Chef Brigade publishers Adult Swim Games. If you were a fan of Lumines on the PSP, be sure to have a look at this when it launches for the Switch in May. If you've ever wondered this, you can find out soon when Bomb Chicken launches this summer.

Pode is a co-op puzzle exploration game built around the themes of friendship and cooperation, with a strong emphasis on positive actions, relaxing atmosphere and handsome art inspired by Norwegian culture.


Strategy game Reigns: Kings and Queens will be available this spring.

Last August saw around 20 new Nindie Nintendo Switch games announced, meaning hopes are high for something similar in 2018.

Light Fall is a fast-paced platformer which allows players to create a hovering block to help overcome obstacles.

What did you think of the Spring Nindies Showcase? The Messenger launches on Nintendo Switch this summer.

Two unlikely travel companions embark on an adventure in this co-op exploration puzzle game. It's coming to Switch this spring.

The offer is buy one game and get 50% off your next game, but it doesn't include every title in the store.

It's just a hunch, but I have a feeling most Switch owners are going to be very excited about The Messenger.

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