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Nintendo Download: 14th May (Europe)


Subnautica Below Zero

The latest Nintendo Download update for Europe has arrived, and it’s bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy!

Switch eShop – New Releases

#1 Anagrams (Eclipse Games, 14th May, £2.99 / €2.99) – Do you enjoy crosswords or word games? Uncover hidden words: connect the letters, interpret the clues, improve your vocabulary, try your memory, challenge yourself and test your English skills. Why waste time finding and downloading thousands of crosswords when #1 Anagrams generates randomly infinite crosswords for you? On top of that you can enjoy the story mode with 200 crosswords sorted by difficulty level, and solve the Daily Anagram (you get a new one every day) which is the same for everyone in the world.

#Wish travel, Super Puzzles Dream (JORGE BIEDMA AZUAR, 14th May, £1.79 / €1.99) – Puzzles move onto the next level with ‘Super Puzzle Dream’, a mix between classic jigsaw and a ‘Tetris’-style dynamic mechanic. #Wish travel, is the hashtag for saying YES! . . . to the trip of your dreams. Your jaw will drop as you complete puzzles with paradisiacal or cultural destinations from all around the world. Two levels of play, ‘senior’ (for adults) and ‘junior’ (for children aged 3+), guarantee hours of entertainment for all.

Arcade Archives GUZZLER (HAMSTER, 13th May, £6.29 / €6.99) – “GUZZLER” is an action game released by TEHKAN (KOEI TECMO GAMES) in 1983. Control Guzzler the merry firefighter and put out raging fires. Since the fires constantly spawn enemies, quick decisions and action are the key to victory!

Be a Poker Champion! Texas Hold’em (SILVERSTAR, 13th May, £8.99 / €9.99) – Texas Hold ’em Poker fun for beginners and pros alike with exciting AI matches! Texas Hold ’em has been a long-time favourite at casino tables all over the world. Now you can sharpen your poker skills in-game! Take on a variety of AI opponents with different play styles and skill levels. Fair and honest AI allows you to focus on upping your game!

Bounce Mania (Pix Arts, 14th May, £3.99 / €3.99) – Bounce Mania is an endless side-scrolling game where you bounce balls and other characters on platforms while collecting various power-ups. This experimental journey into magnificent worlds will ask you for focus and dexterity. Simple yet getting tougher and tougher, definitely addictive, this game will bring you hours of guaranteed fun. 20 different characters to collect and play with.

Calculator (Sabec, 12th May, £8.09 / €8.99) – A scientific calculator with a clear easy-to-read multi-line display, which should help with those not-so-easy-to-do maths problems. Calculator has an appealing modern and practical design, sure to be popular with all students and engineers.

Connection reHaunted (No Gravity Games, 13th May, £5.49 / €6.66) – “Hi, I hope this email finds you well. I’ve received the cd you had sent me and after a cursory glance at the files, I have to say the chances of recovering the software seem promising. There seems to be some data corruption but it’s quite possible it may still run. Now, again, I haven’t really dug too deep into it but it appears that it’s some sort of a simple game. I’ve seen plenty of things labelled as “map” so it probably has many levels. Pretty sure it involves some sort of a gun also? My guess is, it’s most likely one of those retro shooters. Anyway, gonna go take a nap. Couldn’t really get much sleep last night; had a lot of nightmares, can’t quite remember about what. I’ll keep you updated on my progress. Sincere regards, David.”

Cooking Simulator – Pizza (Big Cheese Studio, 13th May, £13.49 / €14.99) – Prepare dough and sauces using authentic recipes, or mix various ingredients to come up with your own homemade concoctions. Bake 3 different sizes of pizza using a brick oven, and add a personal touch to every order with dozens of realistic ingredients! Master the art of making pizza in Career mode. Decide which orders you want to fill and take your time to prepare the most delicious pizzas.

Death Crown (Badland Publishing, 13th May, £11.69 / €12.99) – Death Crown is a minimalist real-time strategy game in a 1bit style, where you will be play Death herself, commanding her legions of death, and punishing humanity’s Kingdom for its overconfidence. At the end of the millennial war, when all the cemeteries were overcrowded with the bodies of the dead, came the one who was called The King. Thanks to his unyielding will, The King managed to subdue and unite all the lands. The Kingdom appeared, and the era of the Human began. The King ruled wisely and fairly, but his time on this land ran out: Death came after him. But the will of The King was so strong that he could deny Death.

Exodemon (JanduSoft, 13th May, £8.76 / €9.74) – You must make your way through maze-like levels, destroying hordes of enemies with your monstrous abilities. Combining the destructive power of your symbiotic claws with a fast, sharp and fluid movement, you’ll become an indestructible alien killing machine. In Exodemon you play as a scientist in the edge of the universe who was infected by an alien entity. The symbiotic force is trying to take control, but you may find a way to control the beast on the confederation laboratories.

Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir & Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind (Nintendo, 14th May, £49.99 / €59.99) – Originally released for the Family Computer Disk System in Japan, the Famicom Detective Club series is finally available with English text for the first time. The graphics, music, and sound effects of the original game have been faithfully upgraded for the Nintendo Switch system. You can also choose the original 8-bit soundtrack. Plus, enjoy all-new voice acting in Japanese.

Fantasy Checkers (Prison Games, 10th May, £4.19 / €4.79) – Checkers – a traditional and inspiring board game known almost all over the world. The rules differs from one country to another, but the main goal is always the same- to capture all your opponent’s pieces.

Fire: Ungh’s Quest (Daedalic Entertainment, 12th May, £11.69 / €13.49) – FIRE is an exploration-adventure with intuitive puzzle design. Without losing many words it tells a savagely hilarious story. Journey into the Stone Age and face the most challenging task of this era: The search for fire! This story’s hero is the lovably chaotic Neanderthal Ungh who dozes off during his very first night watch. The next morning, the catastrophe ensues: the fire’s gone out and Ungh is banished from his village. Now you have to help Ungh finding a new flame, searching every corner of the Stone Age world.

INSTANT SPORTS TENNIS (£19.99 / €24.99) – Four game modes let you play how you want. 15 unique and varied tennis courts, 19 exciting characters to play with, fun for the family and with friends.

Jin Conception (Jin Wave Studio, 12th May, £10.82 / €12.62) – Eight playable characters stories intertwine when three characters enter Final Layer and two vanish without a trace. One returns back from Final Layer but claims to not remember what happened. Who do you trust? Who is telling the truth and who is lying? Who is friend and who is foe?

KASIORI (SUCCESS, 13th May, £6.26 / €7) – Girls battle with sweets – falling block puzzle with Single play, 1P versus & 2P versus mode. 3 sweets which are the same and connected will disappear, sweets in bottle are broken by other bottles falling on it. Total of 8 characters appear.

Preston Sterling and the Legend of Excalibur (Miracle Box Games, 13th May, £2.5 / €2.99) – Preston Sterling and the Legend of Excalibur is an adventure that will transport you into the world of English myths and legends. Tackle tricky puzzles and enjoy an exciting story, lovable characters and stunning scenes and locations! The game’s quick-to-learn controls and gradually increasing level of difficulty make the adventure easy to grasp, even for beginners. It also offers dynamic help tools and optional tips to help you to successfully master frustrating stages of the game without missing out on the fun involved in solving the challenging tasks and activities faced by Preston.

PROJECT : KNIGHT (£2.91 / €3.24) – PROJECT : KNIGHT is a short, real-time combat Collect-A-Thon with a cartoon-y look. Collect golden coins and battle monsters to progress through 6 unique biomes (worlds). Defeating monsters will award you Soul Shards which you can use to upgrade your Knight’s power and health. Start helpless and increase your power!

Quantum Replica (PQube, 14th May, £7.99 / €8.99) – It’s 2084, and the world bows to a ruthless corporate alliance known as the Syndicate. Under the flickering neon lights of an endless metropolis, citizens scratch out a living, fearful of mercenary armies and their faceless masters. Here, secrets are buried bitter and deep. Secrets that you must find. You play as ‘Alpha’, a vigilante with no recollection of your past.

Retro Machina (Super.com, 12th May, £16.99 / €19.99) – Only one city remains on the planet, and it’s only robots who inhabit it now. Protected by a glass dome, Endeavor rises above the once lively area and worker robots are trying their best to keep it going. In order to maintain it, every robot has to do its job perfectly and any imperfections found are being discarded. Thrown to a junkyard for a malfunction, a single robot worker is on a quest to get itself fixed. But the city sees this loyal worker as a threat now, so all the robots and defenses that protect Endeavor have turned against their former colleague.

Rift Racoon (eastasiasoft, 12th May, £3.59 / €3.99) – Get ready for intense precision platforming as you take the role of a rascally racoon named Tucker who possesses a curious ability – teleportation! Tucker needs your help to find a way home and escape the mysterious robot that won’t get off his tail. Use his claws to climb walls, leap over pitfalls and spikes, teleport through barriers and more across 50 handcrafted levels. Tucker may be cute, but the challenges he faces aren’t for the faint of heart. These thrilling stages will challenge even the most advanced platforming aficionados!

Rise Eterna (Forever Entertainment, 13th May, £16.19 / €17.99) – Feed your nostalgia with a tactical RPG inspired by the greatest classical titles. Take on an adventurous journey, meet a whole range of unique characters, and immerse yourself in an engaging storyline. Recruit up to 14 characters, each with their unique abilities, and defeat your worst nightmare in epic fights. Unveil a dark and mature story focused on the relationship between two lost souls trying to discover the meaning of there life, fighting side by side.

RWBY: Grimm Eclipse – Definitive Edition (Aspyr, 13th May, £22.69 / €25.28) – RWBY: Grimm Eclipse is a co-op, hack-and-slash game for up to four players based upon Rooster Teeth’s international hit series RWBY. Join your friends in intense combat action as one of eight students of Beacon Academy and stop the evil forces of the Grimm and Doctor Merlot. Level up your favourite RWBY character and traverse Remnant in new storylines or the Grimm Gauntlet mode.

Solitaire Card Games (Kistler Benjamin, 13th May, £5.29 / €5.9) – Enjoy a relaxing solitaire card game in a cartoony art style and play one of the three solitaire card game variation. Enjoy the game as a beginner or an expert as you can choose between three difficulties. As a beginner you can play with only one suite or chose the expert mode and play the classic ruleset. Enjoy a relaxing and entertaining solitaire card game for everyone. Solitaire Card Games is a small collection of three solitaire card games, namely the classic klondike variation, the tripeaks and the spider solitaire game. The game is presented in a cartoony and simple art style to let you enjoy the different card games in a simple way.

Space Commander: War and Trade (7Levels, 13th May, £7.19 / €7.99) – Space Commander: War and Trade will allow you to become a space pilot, explore the stars, trade, and lead your fleet across the galaxy. Dive into the ultimate single-player space sim with multiple career paths, engaging gameplay mechanics, and diversified missions ranging from exciting space battles to an authentic, sandbox RPG experience.

SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off (Tilting Point, 10th May, £11.24 / €12.49) – The Nintendo Switch Exclusive “Extra Krusty Edition” of SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off is here! Join SpongeBob and his friends on an epic adventure to become the best Fry Cook under the Sea in this fast paced and hilarious cooking game – re-designed for the Nintendo Switch! Plus, unleash four brand-new, Nintendo Switch exclusive power-ups to help you show off your skill behind the grill! Let’s get cookin’! Join SpongeBob SquarePants on a hilarious culinary adventure through the restaurants and kitchens of Bikini Bottom!- Read our SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off review

Subnautica (Unknown Worlds Entertainment, 14th May, £24.99 / €29.99) – Subnautica is an underwater adventure game set on an alien ocean planet. A massive, open world full of wonder and peril awaits you! Dive Into a Vast Underwater World You have crash-landed on an alien ocean world, and the only way to go is down. Subnautica’s oceans range from sun drenched shallow coral reefs to treacherous deep-sea trenches, lava fields, and bio-luminescent underwater rivers. Manage your oxygen supply as you explore kelp forests, plateaus, reefs, and winding cave systems. The water teems with life: Some of it helpful, much of it harmful. Scavenge, Craft, and Survive After crash landing in your Life Pod, the clock is ticking to find water, food, and to develop the equipment you need to explore. – Read our Subnautica review

Subnautica: Below Zero (Unknown Worlds Entertainment, 14th May, £24.99 / €29.99) – Below Zero is an underwater adventure game set on an alien ocean world. It is a new chapter in the Subnautica universe and developed by Unknown Worlds. Return to planet 4546B Dive into a freezing underwater adventure. Below Zero is set in an arctic region of planet 4546B. As a scientist posted to a research station on the planet’s surface, you are tasked with studying alien artefacts… – Read our Subnautica: Below Zero review

Super Shape Shooter (Kistler Benjamin, 13th May, £5.39 / €5.99) – Hilarious fun, simple, fast-paced free-for-all deathmatch game with tons of unlockable hats! Super Shape Shooter is an online 2D Mutliplayer Shooter platformer. Choose from three different classes and play in five different maps against your friends and have some gun n jump fun in hilarious epic matches.

Taxi Driver – The Simulation (Polygon Art, 13th May, £13.49 / €14.99) – Start your day behind the wheel of a yellow taxicab and begin your career as a taxi driver in the US City Hamside. Carry your customers safely and on time to their final destination. Good reliability and consistency will be rewarded. Deliver satisfied customers from pickup to setdown. Unlock additional vehicles and become the best driver in the City!

Tested on Humans: Escape Room (mc2games, 12th May, £7.19 / €7.99) – You are the test subject. Will you be able to discover what the experiments are about and escape? Tested on Humans is an escape room in a dark setting that will test your skills. Solve puzzles, decode secret codes, find hidden objects, and investigate the different rooms of the research center while you discover the events that led you there. Solve this mystery by exploring each of the rooms in which this adventure takes place. Will you be able to escape?

Turbo Skiddy Racing (£4.99 / €4.99) – You race against up to 4 cars, AI-driven or local players, on 14 tracks; As an experienced racer, you will have to manage driving your car on bumpers and jumps, looping roads and even ice. Don’t let you get overtaken by the fast device driven cars or other players car, avoid collisions and win each race! . The game is built on the best vehicle physics engine available for real driving sensations and a very effective computer driven cars artificial intelligence system.

Switch eShop – Demos

Color Your World
Glyph
Metamorphosis
Sam & Max Save the World

DLC / Add-On Content

Nintendo Switch games with new DLC this week:

So that’s your lot for this week’s Nintendo Download. Go on, be a sport and drop a vote in the poll above, and comment below with your hot picks!





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