Nindies Summer Showcase 2017

If you missed the Nindies Summer Showcase stream yesterday, we’ve got you covered. Indie game list shown off were Super Meat Boy Forever, Shovel Knight King of Cards, Mom...
Nindies Summer Showcase

If you missed the Nindies Summer Showcase stream yesterday, we’ve got you covered. Indie game list shown off were Super Meat Boy Forever, Shovel Knight King of Cards, Mom Hid My Game, Golf Story, Floor Kids, Wulverblade, Poly Bridge, Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, Earth Atlantis, Next Up Hero, SteamWorld Dig 2, Mulaka, Yono and the Celestial Elephants, Dragon Marked For Death, Battle Chef Brigade, Morphies Law, Sausage Sports Club, Light Fingers, Nine Parchments, Travis Strikes Again, Damon Baker’s Sign Off.

All these games are headed to the Nintendo Switch both this year and 2018. I for one can’t wait to get my hands on some of these. I like that Nintendo’s relationship with independent developers is strong enough that they’re willing to support the system in big ways. I’ve taken the liberty of posting the trailer below, it’s 22 minutes in length.

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