Following on from yesterday’s Nindie showcase, a new Nintendo eShop sale is discounting a modest selection of Switch games.
There was lots to looks forward to in the latest indie update from Nintendo, not least of which was Cadence of Hyrule, a new hybrid of Zelda and Crypt of the Necrodancer from Brace Yourself Games. Double Fine’s Rad also looked impressive, as did The Red Lantern, My Friend Pedro, and Neo Cab.
In the meantime, a new sale on the US Nintendo eShop is offering discounts of up 30% on a small collection of Switch indies. It’s not the biggest lineup of games we’ve ever seen – and nor are the discounts particularly large – but each title is top-notch.
Here’s the full list of sale titles. The discounts end on March 27, 2019, so have at ‘em.
Nintendo Switch Indie Sale
- Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon – $6.99
- Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – $9.99
- Darkest Dungeon – $17.49
- Donut County – $9.74
- Firewatch – $15.99
- Flat Heroes – $6.69
- Flinthook – $10.49
- Horizon Chase Turbo – $13.99
- Iconoclasts – $14.99
- Inside – $13.99
- Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes – $8.99
- Minit – $5.99
- Moonlighter – $16.74
- Night in the Woods – $13.99
- Old Man’s Journey – $4.99
- Salt and Sanctuary – $12.59
- Thimbleweed Park – $9.99
- Unruly Heroes – $13.99
- Wandersong – $14.99
- Wizard of Legend – $11.19
- Yoku’s Island Express – $9.99
Swing by our sales section for regular updates on gaming deals for the Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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