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Open your wallets. Here are this week’s Nintendo eShop releases for Nintendo Switch, Wii U and 3DS.

It’s a busy week on the Nintendo Switch eShop, with a selection of promising indie titles getting out of the door before next week’s Splatoon 2 release.

First up is Bulb Boy, a point-and-click horror adventure that was originally released on iOS and Steam in 2015. Although the game is a little on the short side, it offers a nicely challenging puzzle experience that is topped off with a vulgar and macabre sense of humour.

Also released this week is the Smash Bros inspired De Mambo, the action platformer developed in lobby of a Premier Inn hotel. The final version of the game includes both single, and local multiplayer modes. Fellow release Death Squared also offers up a suite of multiplayer thrills, and there’s another NeoGeo reissue to enjoy in the shape of Fatal Fury Special.

Bringing up the rear is movie tie-in, Cars 3: Driven to Win, which pulls up on both Nintendo Switch and Wii U.

We’ll add full EU pricing details as soon as we get them.

EU Nintendo eShop releases for 13th July, 2017

Nintendo Switch

  • ACA Fatal Fury Special – €6.99 / £6.29 / CHF 9.80
  • Bulb Boy – €7.99 / £7.19 / CHF 11.20
  • Cars 3: Driven to Win – €59.99 / £49.99 (out 14th)
  • Death Squared – €12.50 / £11.99 / CHF 13.99
  • De Mambo – €10.99 / £9.99 / CHF 13.50
  • Rocket Fist – £8.99 Postponed
  • Levels + – €4.99 / £4.99 / CHF 6.99

Nintendo 3DS

  • Asdivine Cross – €9.99 / £8.99 / CHF 14.00
  • Cursed Castilla – €11.99 / £11.79 / CHF 19.00
  • Miitopia Casting Call – Free

Nintendo Wii U

  • Cars 3: Driven to Win – €59.99 / £49.99 (out 14th)
  • Devil’s Crush – €5.99 / £5.39 / CHF 8.40

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    1. “Lies” is a bit strong! At the time of writing, Rocket Fist was still slated for its original release date, both on an email we received from Nintendo, and on the eShop itself. The post has been updated accordingly.

      Side note: Normally we’d thank a user for a correction, but since you decided to be a jerk about it, you get this instead…
      Manners... maketh... man.

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