Nintendo Co., Ltd. is a Japanese multinational firm based in Kyoto that produces consumer goods and video games. The enterprise was created by Fusajiro Yamauchi and it was originally produced with hand-made hanafuda playing cards in 1889 as Nintendo Karuta [c]. In 1977, Nintendo distributed its first video game panel. After entering several business segments during the sixties and establishing legal status as a public enterprise under the current firm name, the Color TV Game. With the introduction of Donkey Kong in 1981 and Nintendo and Super Mario Bros. in 1985, it received international notoriety.
Since then, Nintendo has been creating some successful video game consoles, like the Game Boy, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo DS, Wii, and the Nintendo Switch. It has developed various leading franchises, such as, among others, Mario, Donkey Kong, Legende of Zelda, Pokémon, Kirby, Metroid, Fire Emblems, Animal Crossing, Splatoon, Star Fox, and Super Smash Bros. Mario’s character is worldwide and acts as the mascot of the corporation.
In addition, to its commercial partners, such as The Pokémon Company and HAL Laboratory, Nintendo has several subsidiaries in Japan and internationally. Nintendo has been honored with prizes, including Emmy Technology & Engineering Awards, Game Awards, the Choice Awards for Game Developers, and British Academy Games. It is one of Japan’s wealthiest and most valued firms. That’s why I’m revealing all about Nintendo today and the game’s launch on the indie world on August 12. So, stay tuned if you want to play these games.
Nintendo Announces Indie World
It’s time again for Nintendo’s Independent World to showcase some of the fantastic indie games. And it will take place in the next few months. This current presentation combines intriguing, brand-new titles and classic favorites to make their debut on the Nintendo Switch. Here are all the Nintendo Indies that are showcased today.
These Nintendo Indie World events were far more regular from the beginning than Nintendo Directs. This is the second presentation of 2021, the last of which being Fez’s April events. The presentation in December 2020 brought fans to Switch, whereas the presentation in August brought Spiritfarer to us. Let’s see if the matches of this program can match the hype of those shows before.
7 new indie games in Nintendo Switch
Nintendo revealed this during their Indie World showcase on Wednesday. Therefore, it will be the mobile console in the future for fans of Loop Hero and Tetris Effect. But you won’t have to wait for it all. You may download a selection of games from the Nintendo eShop today, much as with prior Indy Showcases. Seven games are on the menu, such as the cute RPG Garden Story and Slime Rancher, a port of the first person. Please see the complete list on Thursday of seven games.
1. AXIOM VERGE 2
Axiom Verge 2 is a Metroidvania and Axiom Verge’s sequel-prequel. The original Axiom Verge was recognized by Polygon as the greatest Metroidvania Indie on the Nintendo Switch. The succession continues in the tradition of the first and follows the classical pixel-pictures renowned for the early Metroid games on the NES.
2. BOYFRIEND DUNGEON
You’re going to fight with your weapons in Boyfriend Dungeon from Kitfox Games, and date them. That’s right, as you go through this dungeon crawler your weapons will become lovely monsters you can woo. Therefore, the merger between two genres is playful: dating sims and dungeon crawlers.
4. NECROBARISTA: FINAL POUR
Final Pour from Route 59 and Coconut Island Games. Pour Les coffees for the dead in Necrobarista: This visual novel in an anime style comes to the Switch with new features, expanded story content, and new images.
5. ISLANDERS: CONSOLE EDITION
Grizzly Games & Coatsink’s Islanders are a peaceful strategy game where the land is developed through little constructions. It is a somewhat simple concept that puts products from an inventory to racks, but it provides pleasant vibrations.
6. GARDEN STORY
Picogram and Rose City Games’ Garden Story may appear familiar if you caught the Wholesome Games showcase. However, this top-down RPG allows you to play in the search for a restoration of the community as a nice little grape.
7. SLIME RANCHER: PLORTABLE EDITION
Slime Rancher is coming to Nintendo Switch for the first person in slime farming games. The game at Monomi Park was released in 2017. Therefore, it’s good to see Nintendo Switch’s franchise coming finally. A Switch release also provides a fantastic excuse for purchasing the series before its next release, Slime Rancher 2.
8. CURIOUS EXPEDITION 2
Curious Expedition 2 is a fictitious rendition of the narrative of the late 19th century. The makers delivered a free content update in May, which will also be part of the Nintendo Switch version, on the game’s original version.
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On the Nintendo Switch version, there are many games launched. Go play these games and enjoy them all. Many more Nintendo Switch versions have released data, such as Astroneer (January 2022), Hundred Days — The Winemaking Simulator, Gang Beasts (“This Winter”), LumbearJack (2022), and FAR: Tides Change (early 2022). Therefore, wait for these games to play.