Hello Neighbor, Clustertruck, and More Come to Nintendo Switch

Hello Neighbor, Clustertruck, and More Come to Nintendo Switch

6 games total.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Feb 10, 2018 @ 04:14 PM (Staff Bios)
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Indie game publisher TinyBuild announced earlier today that 6 of their games will be coming to Nintendo Switch at various points with the year. They are as follows.

You might not recognize the name "TinyBuild" at first glance, but odds are you'll recognize their products. The game publisher is host to a number of popular indie games. In an announcement earlier today, they revealed that 6 of their best games are coming to the Nintendo Switch.


The Final Station
Release: February
Price: $14.99
A post-apocalyptic survival game. Developed by Do my Best.




Clustertruck
Release: March
Price: $14.99
Jump from truck to truck as hundreds of them crash into everything in this chaotic game. Developed by Land Fall.




Punch Club
Release: May
Price: $14.99
A grindy tycoon style game about becoming a boxer, very humorous. Developed by Lazy Bear Games.




Party Hard
Release: Summer
Price: $14.99
Sick of party-goers, you murder all of them. Think hitman but edgier. Developed by Pinokl.




Streets of Rouge
Release: Later this year
Price: $14.99
open world procedurally generated stealth/combat game. Developed by Matt Dobrowski.




Hello Neighbor
Release: This year
Price: $39.99
The most popular game. Sneak into your neighbor's home in this stealth horror game. Developed by Dynamic Pixels.

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