The 9 biggest announcements from today’s Nintendo Indie World Showcase

A few games to keep you

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One of last year’s most acclaimed indie games is coming to the Switch — and it’s available today.

During its most recent Indie World Showcase, Nintendo showed off a number of high-profile titles coming to its tablet, including a handful of games that will be available today.

It’ll be available on August 27th — and it’s also coming to the Xbox One (via Game Pass) and PS4.

The game is coming to the Switch in 2021.

One of Apple Arcade’s best games is coming to the Nintendo Switch.

It’ll be out on the Switch in 2021, and it’s also coming to PC.

The lineup of big Nintendo games is a little light at the moment, but at least we have some indie games to keep Switch owners busy.

The team behind the excellent Reigns series has a new card-based game called, appropriately, Card Shark. “Learn the art of card manipulation through high stakes gambling set in 18th century Europe,” the developers explain.

Capy Games’ Grindstone, a sort of Frank Frazetta-inspired take on match-3 puzzles, will be coming to the Switch this autumn.

The surreal and absorbing Manifold Garden, which previously launched on PC and iOS, is coming to the Switch later today, along with PS4 and Xbox One.

While it’s not a whole new game, starting next month, Untitled Goose Game will be getting a big update that introduces two-player co-op, so you can wreak havoc with a friend.

Supergiant, best-known for games like Transistor and Bastion, is bringing its Greek mythology-fueled roguelike to the Switch this fall.

The game, which has you uncovering a virtual world amid GeoCities-like websites, originally launched last year.

The game has players navigating an MC Escher-style landscape, trying to understand a world made entirely of impossible architecture.

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