May 23, 2022

Indie World of Nintendo Share Great Indie Infographic

A Great Year for Indie Games om the Switch!

The Indie World account of Nintendo have shared a wonderful infographic showing off the top selling indie games for the Nintendo Switch in 2020.

Featuring lauded titles such as Among Us, Carrion, Hades, Streets of Rage 4, Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 to name a few.

I can personally vouch for Bloodroots, which I’ve been enjoying recently which is a fast paced title that allows you to grab all sorts of items to fight with, that can be difficult and funny at the same time.

We actually have reviews of Carrion and Superliminal if those games tickle your indie fancy.

Indie World Showcase 12/15/2020

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With more eagerly awaited indie titles being released in 2021 there is a lot to look forward to, with Indie World your best place to find out more.

Highly anticipated titles such as insane sounding dating simulator/dungeon crawler Boyfriend Dungeon, new challenger to the best skating sim, Skatebird and whilst not fully confirmed there is a good chance that Hollow Knight: Silksong will be released this year from the small, yet very talented Team Cherry.

Some other honourable mentions for 2021 include action platformer Blue Fire, the charming looking RPG Baldo, Bear and Breakfast; where you play Hank the bear, who has opened his own B & B in the woods and Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, that gives you the opportunity to play as a tax dodging turnip. Think Del-Boy in turnip form and slightly more delicious.

What indie games are you psyched for in 2021? Drop us a comment down below with your most anticipated title.

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