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 Retail eShop – New Releases
MAGLAM LORD (PQube, 4th Feb, £31.49 / €35.99) – Fast and furious gameplay for intense battles Square off against powerful beasts in fast-paced battles as you try to regain your power. Fill the DG gauge to unleash the Demon Lord of Swords’ ultimate attacks for a wider variety of combat strategies. Embark on an epic adventure to awaken your full power! Enter the fantasy world of Eusdeal and play as a male or female Killizzerk, the Demon Lord of Swords who, after losing their power, is the last of the Demon Lords. Explore the world in a bid to bring your species from the brink of extinction. Craft hundreds of weapons and customise them Craft magical weapons and upgrade them to complement your playstyle!
Switch eShop – New Releases
Alexio (ChiliDog Interactive, 4th Feb, £4.49 / €4.99) – Is there anything better than to spend the whole weekend with your friends when you have Quacktendo Entertainment System plugged into TV, and the brand new game just came out from the box into your hands? Actually I have a list of great things to do instead, but today I would love you to join us and play Alexio. This game is a blast among the fans of really hard and challenging titles. You’re gonna love it! The premise is simple: this is the game about the little duckling Alex.
Draw a Stickman: EPIC (Hitcents, 3rd Feb, £6.29 / €6.29) – Pencil your way into one of the most creative drawing puzzle games ever designed: Draw a Stickman: EPIC! In this uniquely crafted cartoon RPG, you become the artist and create your very own stick man hero! Sketch and doodle your way through the cartoon obstacles the evil stick man Zarp throws at you! As the artist behind the adventure, start the game by drawing an original cartoon hero.
Food Delivery Battle (STP WORKS, 3rd Feb, £3.19 / €3.49) – – Objective of the game When you start the game, you will see many delivery men at work. This is a fierce battleground of food delivery. Try to deliver more food than the other deliverymen within the time limit and aim for first place. – Machine Upgrades Are you worried about getting paid for your deliveries?
Frog Ball Rerolled (Pix Arts, 4th Feb, £3.99 / €3.99) – Collect pineapples as you roll your way to victory in Frog Ball Rerolled! Frog Ball Rerolled is a full 3D marble-rolling game with charming characters and precise controls. With over 35 full levels and over 1,400+ customization options, you’ll never get bored!
GUNGUNGUN (Top Hat Studios, 1st Feb, £3.14 / €3.49) – GUNGUNGUN is a frantic and fast-paced 2D arena shooter with an eye for details. Earn a high score and increase the bounty on your head while fighting on a runaway train crawling with enemies.
INVERT (Isaias Game Dev, 2nd Feb, £1.79 / €2) – Use the mechanic of changing the color of the base to make all bases the same. You have a limited amount of moves, adding a little more challenge to the gameplay. 45 Phases with difficulty levels from easy to the most difficult phases. Calm and relaxing soundtrack.
Jumping Helix Ball (Pix Arts, 5th Feb, £3.99 / €3.99) – Play this exciting game with the ball bouncing through the maze of the helix tower. Jumping Helix Ball is an easy to learn touch screen game with rich visual effects and addictive gameplay mechanics.
Kharon’s Crypt – Even Death May Die (Hebi Lee, 1st Feb, £10.95 / €13.95) – Kharon’s Crypt is an eerie non-linear dungeon crawler game full of puzzles, riddles and deadly challenges, and graphics designed to follow the aesthetics of the good old classics games. In Kharon’s Crypt, you’ll be playing as Kharon (a being thought to be death itself) in his mission to escape from the crypt where he had been sealed by a deranged king that wanted to elude death. As Kharon, your abilities are flying, going through physical objects, and stun your enemies.
Land of Screens (Way Down Deep, 4th Feb, £4.85 / €5.39) – In Land of Screens, guide Holland on her new mission to ditch the social media saturation and discover some real-world relationships by enlisting the help of a few new friends, some synthy chiptune jams, and the inimitable chemistry of small children and adorable animals. A Point-And-Click Adventure of Internet Escapism Put on your fanciest mingling cap to conquer harrowingly familiar challenges.
Luminos (Pancake Games, 31st Jan, £4.49 / €4.99) – The colours have vanished from Lumi’s world. No world can exist without the colours that let it come to life and bring joy and happiness to the hearts of its inhabitants. An important quest awaits you – make your way through levels set out in a variety of wonderful sceneries and restore what has been lost! Let the journey begin!
Mania Fish (Pix Arts, 5th Feb, £3.99 / €3.99) – Mania Fish is a cute fishing game that will please to kids and their parents. Select your favorites floats and fishing roads, show skills in sending the floats and feel the magic of discovering what you have fished. It includes a virtual currency based on your success, a shop and different pond sceneries. Does it bite?
Math Gym (Hook Games, 4th Feb, £1.79 / €1.99) – Math Gym will keep your mind healthy – exercise your brain once a day and expect great long-term results. Enhances mental arithmetic and alertness. Perfect both for kids and adults. – Touch screen support – Multiple difficulty levels – Beautiful design Categories: 1) Basic: 3 + 8 = ? 2) Comparison: 1 + 3 ? 4 + 10 3) Equation: 16 – x = 7 4) Operation: 4 ? 5 = 20 5) Memory: 10, +5, -2, +21. . . 6) Custom basic Icons made by Freepik.
McDROID (Elefantopia, 2nd Feb, £8.09 / €8.99) – “This game is love. It’s a nice mix of arcade game & tower defense which I’ve never seen before. ” -lin An original blend of Farming, Arcade and Tower Defense that will challenge your itchy trigger finger as well as make you want to pet those Furry Worms and drink Strawberry Juice. Upgrade your little farming robot into a BATTLE STATION, herd a flock of doggy bots, listen to giant lasers talking back at you, plant many many trees to cover the land with boosting bliss and collect outfits for your robot! “it’s really really fun” -Jesse Cox “Juicy Delicious Strawberries” -etalyx “I can’t stop playing ” -Bar. pys “An awesome little pearl” -Kodijack “Simply delightful” -Al “And it has strawberry-DRM! ” -RadioRhino
Millie and Molly (Thalamus Digital, 4th Feb, £2.49 / €3) – Millie and Molly is a retro-inspired puzzle platformer that will put your problem-solving skills to the test. Can you guide our fearless heroines through 100 themed levels to defeat the malicious monsters that stand in their way? Use your wits to work out the best route and complete each level. Reunite the sisters, then swap between them to navigate mind-bending puzzles. If you make a mistake, simply use the rewind feature to try a different approach. Featuring retro-inspired graphics and music, and five uniquely themed zones, Millie and Molly will take you on an adventure like no other.
ParaLily (Luna Wolf Studios, 2nd Feb, £4.49 / €4.99) – ParaLily is one little girl’s adventure to retrieve her dear stuffed dinosaur Patches, who in the middle of the night sprung to life and took off through a mysterious door. This strange journey will take Lily through a set of dangerous and terrifying parallel universes, as she attempts to retrieve her little stuffed runaway. Lily can shift between the parallel universes at will; which will help her avoid danger, and solve puzzles while traversing the paranormal universes. In this special blend of precision and puzzle platforming.
Pirate’s Gold (Asylum Square Interactive, 5th Feb, £6.29 / €6.99) – Play Pirate’s Gold today and get ready for one of the greatest pirate puzzle adventures of all time. Experience an exciting journey through the Caribbean and plunder 100 treasure caves. Each cave is a puzzle that demands everything from your logical thinking skills. Move the precious items around to make pairs. Find the right strategy to avoid obstacles or use one of the many magic items.
QUByte Classics – The Humans by PIKO (QUByte Interactive, 3rd Feb, £6.99 / €7.99) – The Humans are one of the first games of his time to present cooperation within characters to achieve the objectives that is to make sure your tribe will be alive at the end of the day, organization is the key, and pre-plan your time is highly important. The player controls a group of humans and may switch between any human at any time, in order to complete a level, it is often necessary to use certain tools or abilities, such as stacking to reach a high ledge.
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments (Frogwares, 3rd Feb, £22.09 / €25.49) – Critically acclaimed and award-winning story-driven detective thriller set in a classic and mysterious Victorian setting brought to life by sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Become the most celebrated detective of all time: Sherlock Holmes! Use your impressive talents as a detective to solve six thrilling and varied cases: murders, missing persons, spectacular thefts and numerous investigations that sometimes lead you into the realms of the fantastic. Will you follow your moral compass, or will you apply the letter of the law? – Read our Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments review
Super Shadow Break : Showdown! NINJA VS The Three KAIJUs (PLiCy, 3rd Feb, £8.90 / €9.89) – The souls of ancient KAIJUs have been unleashed from sealed urns hidden in forbidden ruins. Tadashi and Kiyoshi set out to defeat the three resurrected KAIJUs, but they are confronted by an army of ninjas led by the EVIL NINJA YAMADA! Super Shadow Break: Showdown! NINJA VS The Three KAIJUs is a “block-breaking ninja action game” that combines block-breaking and 2D action game.
Swords & Bones (RedDeerGames, 4th Feb, £6.99 / €7.99) – The demon world invades humanity every 500 years. The Wolf Demon has been bullying the Kingdom of Vestus and it seems that there is no hope. But there’s one hero who can put an end to it – you – a nameless warrior with a sword in hand. What are you waiting for?
The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna (eastasiasoft, 2nd Feb, £7.19 / €7.99) – Witness the soul-searching journey of a university graduate as he returns to the village where he grew up. Upon his arrival, he finds the place deserted and instead witnesses visions of an incident that happened there some time ago, including another’s return to the village unaware of what lay before them.
The Hundred Year Kingdom (Chorus Worldwide Games, 3rd Feb, £9.99 / €11.99) – Welcome to an untouched new world. Only you—the Creator—and a mythical young goddess who calls herself an oracle exist here. Share times of laughter, tears, and joy as you combine your skills and powers to guide the emergence of a brand new civilization. What will your world be like after a century of growth?
The Sealed Ampoule (PLAYISM, 3rd Feb, £13.58 / €15.11) – CAVYHOUSE, creators of Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden and The Midnight Sanctuary, presents their latest “Clicker-style Dungeon Agriculturalization Rogue-like Game”! Level-up not only your character, but your dungeon itself to score huge bumper crops of items and Magic Circles galore!
The Song Out of Space (Ratalaika Games, 4th Feb, £4.99 / €4.99) – In 1962, during the height of the Cold War, twelve astronomers at a deep-space observatory were found dead. Because of the proximity of an important military base, two federal agents were sent to investigate any Russian involvement… And what they found was from beyond this world.
Treasure Hunter Man 2 (Origamihero Games, 31st Jan, £1.79 / €1.99) – Dorothy’s son Marvin snuck out to go treasure hunting again — to a very dangerous cursed island, no less. Now Dorothy will have to track down an excitable teenage son before something terrible happens! Treasure Hunter Man 2 is a colorful 2d pixel metroidvania platform game. Dorothy learns new skills, finds useful equipment and raises her stats as she progresses through the game. Ruined castles in the sky and lost underground cities are begging to be explored.
Webbed (Sbug Games, 2nd Feb, £16.99 / €17.99) – Webbed is the story of a happy little spider on an adventure to save her boyfriend from a big mean bowerbird. Explore the dangerous wilderness with nothing but your webs and your wits.
Yeah Yeah Beebiss II (Nami Tentou, 2nd Feb, £8.09 / €8.99) – The Legend of Yeah Yeah Beebiss I Long ago there was legend of a new video game that had no screenshots, no reviews, no advertisements — nothing. Just a quick blurb in the back of some magazines saying it was for sale. It was never released. This is a sequel to that mythical game.
Switch eShop – Demos
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!