A lot of indie video games were shown off during Nintendo's Nindies Summer 2017 Showcase for Nintendo Switch, and some were more interesting than others. Super Meat Boy Forever, Shovel Knight: King of Cards, No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again, SteamWorld Dig 2, and Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition all received trailers and release windows, and that only scratches the surface!
Morphies Law was another game that really caught my eye. As a third-person shooter, it really mixes things up with its central gameplay mechanic: being able to steal mass from fellow robotic opponents and use it to grow bigger. Different body parts can shrink and grow depending on where these monstrosities get shot. The team which adds the most mass to its giant overlord avatar wins in the end, but it looks like the real fun lies in how weird you can make the characters look in this quirky title. It's coming to Switch this holiday season as a console exclusive.
The Nindies continued to show their quirky side with Yono and the Celestial Elephants, an adventure game in which you control an adorable elephant on its quest. And it was not the only Nindies game to feature animals that caught players' eyes. Mulaka is a 3D action-adventure game in which you control an indigenous native of Mexico who has the ability to transform into animals in order to help him on his quest.
Here's the full list of Nindies shown off in today's event, as well as the timestamps where you can view each of them in the Showcase video above:
- 0:11 - Super Meat Boy Forever
- 3:19 - Shovel Knight: King of Cards
- 4:07 - Mom Hid My Game
- 4:43 - Golf Story
- 5:39 - Floor Kids
- 7:17 - Wulverblade
- 7:50 - Poly Bridge
- 8:30 - Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition
- 10:01 - Earth Atlantis
- 10:36 - Next Up Hero
- 11:35 - SteamWorld Dig 2
- 12:33 - Mulaka
- 14:06 - Yono and the Celestial Elephants
- 14:36 - Dragon Marked For Death
- 15:18 - Battle Chef Brigade
- 16:05 - Morphies Law
- 17:31 - Sausage Sports Club
- 17:58 - Light Fingers
- 18:26 - Nine Parchments
- 19:14 - No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again
Whether you have an affinity for floppy-headed cartoon animals or sidescrolling shooters in Atlantis, or if your tastes are more akin to running or breakdancing, it looks like the Nindies on Switch will have you covered in the upcoming months.
Let us know what your favorite, newly-revealed game was in the comments below!