Nintendo Indie World: Everything announced during the August showcase
On August 18 at 12:00 p.m. ET, Nintendo released its Indie World showcase. The presentation gives us 20 minutes of indie games that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch sometime within the next few months or years. Some of the best Nintendo Switch games to release so far have been indie hits. Perhaps one of the games listed will be just as relaxing as Stardew Valley (opens in new tab) or just as hilarious as Untitled Goose Game (opens in new tab). Here are all of the games that have been listed so far. We'll continue to update as the direct continues.
Every game listed during the Indie World showcase
Here are all of the games listed during the 20-minute Indie World showcase.
Super Giant Games' rogue-like dungeon game has you playing as the titular prince of the underworld. It debuts on Nintendo Switch this fall.
Dodge computer hackers and online villains as you work to solve mysteries. It launches August 27, 2020.
Playing as Stella, help spirits make it to the realm of the dead. This is a management game that allows you to explore friendships along the way. It launches on Nintendo Switch later today.
Help concord the grape in his newly appointed role as Guardian of the Grove. It comes to Nintendo Switch in 2021.
Dive into the ocean to craft resources and discover an underwater world. It launches on Nintendo Switch in early 2021
Subnautica: Below Zero
Try to survive the frozen world of planet 4546B in the sequel. It also releases in early 2021.
Takeshi and Hiroshi
Play as a budding video game developer who is designing games for your younger brother. It's a launches on Nintendo Switch later today.
Raji: An Ancient Epic
Nodding Heads Games is creating an action adventure game that dives into Indian culture and hindu tales. It releases later today as a timed console exclusive on Nintendo Switch.
Bear and Breakfast
As a bear inkeeper it's your job to manage your guests and increase the value of your establishment. What mysteries will you discover in the forest? It releases as a timed console exclusive in 2021.
A Short Hike
Discover the world around you while exploring this world. It launches on Nintendo Switch later today as a timed console exclusive.
Cheat your way to the top of 1700s French society while playing card games. Just don't get caught. It releases on Nintendo Switch in 2021.
Build your own forts and upgrade your gear while diving into dungeons and growing your treasure horde. Torchlight 3 releases on Nintendo Switch in Fall 2020.
This first person puzzle game has you exploring optical illusions in infinitely repeating buildings. It releases later today on Nintendo Switch.
This game releases later today on Nintendo Switch. This puzzle-platformer is all about jumping from place to place as you explore dimensions in a quest to save the afterlife.
Untitled Goose Game
This mischievious goose stole our hearts earlier this year and developer House House just revealed that we will be getting a free, two-player co-op mode on September 23, 2020. By the way, a physical version of Untitled Goose Game (opens in new tab) will release on September 29, 2020.
The following games were all announced in a quick montage:
- Haven - 2020
- Going Under - September 24
- The Red Lantern - Fall 2020
- Unrailed! - September 23
- Struggling - August 27
- Inmost - August 21
- She Dreams Elsewhere - Early 2021
- Grindstone - Fall 2020
- Gonner2 - Fall 2020
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