The latest Nintendo Download update for North America 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!
The Wonderful 101: Remastered (PlatinumGames, Tue 19th May, $39.99) A team of heroes from around the world must UNITE to protect the earth from vicious alien invaders! This band of 100 Wonderful Ones works together using their fantastic abilities to create a variety of forms. Whether it be a giant fist or a sharp blade, they’ll use their wits and power to overcome the enemy’s pitfalls and perils! And the final member of this team of courageous heroes—is you.
Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus (Kasedo Games, May 2020) Take control of the most technologically advanced army in the Imperium – The Adeptus Mechanicus in this critically acclaimed turn-based tactical game. Your every decision will shape the missions ahead and ultimately decide the fate of the troops under your command in over 50 hand-crafted missions, including the amazing Heretek DLC missions. Choose your path carefully – the Imperium depends on it.
Dungeon Of The Endless (Playdigious, Fri 15th May, $15.99) Dungeon of the Endless is the award-winning rogue-like dungeon-defense game, in which you and your team of heroes must protect the generator of your crashed ship while exploring an ever-expanding dungeon, all while facing waves of monsters and special events as you try to find your way out.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix (SEGA, Fri 15th May, $39.99) Take the stage! The hit rhythm game series returns with exciting new features: – Mix it up and choose from two playable modes: traditional button control-based Arcade Mode or the new motion control-based Mix Mode. Featuring fan-favorite classics and new hits, choose from over 100 songs for endless rhythm fun!
80’s Overdrive (Insane Code, Thu 7th May, $9.99) 80’S OVERDRIVE is a 2D pixel art racing game, designed to take you back in time to when 8 and 16-bit consoles and arcade games ruled the world. Compete against opponents in career mode to unlock new races, buy new cars, and upgrade them with state-of-the-art technologies!
Arcade Archives MAGMAX (HAMSTER, Thu 7th May, $7.99) “MAGMAX” is a shooting game released by Nichibutsu in 1985. The player can power up by combining with the parts falling on the stage in order to defeat the Strange Mechanism Babylon. With 4 different stages, aboveground and underground stages not only vary in their appearance, but offer different ways to attack!
Armed 7 DX (Storybird, Today, $6.99) With ARMED 7 DX, discover seven stages of pure mecha-shooting action with customisable weapons. Use all laser beams, space rockets and missiles to suit your needs. Gear up and fight!
Bomb (Sabec, Fri 8th May, $9.99) Bomb is a fun and easy to play arcade game where the goal is to defeat your opponent. Each player places bombs on the ground which explode within a few seconds and if you blow up one of the hidden bonus objects you could win a Power-up which will make you explosions bigger or an extra bombs which will let you place multiple bombs at a time. With several different kinds of randomly created levels to play, no game will be the same. Play against a friend or against the smart AI player, either way, winning won’t come easy in this fast-action deathmatch game.
Cannibal Cuisine (Rocket Vulture, Wed 20th May, $12.99) The god Hoochooboo is hungry… for you. But as all good cannibal cooks know, serving is better than being served. Ready, steady, cook your way through 20+ levels in a full campaign across the island. Visit the jungle, temples, beaches and a lavalicious volcano!
Carnage: Battle Arena (BoomBit Games, Today, $14.99) Strap yourself in and enter the arena! Carnage is a high-octane car combat game with a multitude of game modes. Choose the way you want to create chaos!
Cooking Simulator (Forever Entertainment, Today, $19.99) Experience the world of restaurant cooking in a highly polished, realistic kitchen. Use ovens, gas stands, pots, pans, bowls and plates, everything you need. Prepare dozens of lifelike ingredients – from vegetables through fish to steaks and poultry – to cook over 60 real dishes, or anything you like.
Emma: Lost in Memories (JanduSoft, Fri 15th May, $7.99) The main character, Emma, is young, vibrant and intriguing: she leaves her home following an owl, and soon loses herself in a world which she slowly finds more and more dangerous.
Gates of Hell (Super Icon, Thu 7th May, $5.99) Prophesied through the ages, the end of the age of man is at hand. You are the Angel Cassiel, sent to Earth to destroy Satan’s Demon legions before they purge the land of all mankind. Gates of Hell is a fast-paced first-person shooter where you must battle through relentless waves of Demonic terror!
Golf With Your Friends (Team17, Tue 19th May, $19.99) Nothing is out of bounds as you take on 9 courses filled with fast-paced, exciting, simultaneous mini golf for up to 12 players!
Greedroid (PLiCy, Thu 7th May, $12.00) Take control of the robot “IB” and explore the dungeon! Rogue-like dungeons change shape and form every time you dive in them. Defeat enemies and dig blocks to get to the door to the next floor. IB can lift any block or trap and throw it at you. You can use the surrounding terrain to fight off enemies from a distance!
HardCube (Fri 15th May, $7.00) This arcade platformer for all hardcore lovers of toys. Simple and addictive time killer with lots of interesting setting in which a lot of different levels and worlds. Nice graphics eye accompanying soundtracks gameplay and online rankings.
Ion Fury (3D Realms, Today, $24.99) Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison takes on a quest to slay evil transhumanist mastermind Dr. Jadus Heskel in the streets of Neo DC. She leaves a trail of carnage throughout huge, multi-path levels filled with gigantic explosions, more secret areas than we can count, and inhuman foes behind every corner.
Jet Ski Rush (Cool Small Games, Fri 8th May, $3.99) Jump on your jet ski and get lost in the water madness of JetSki Rush! Can you complete the water course filled with obstacles and traps? Your task is to go as far as you can while collecting coins and doing crazy acrobatic manoeuvres on your jet ski. You have to be fast, agile, and have superb reflexes to win!
Kakuro Magic (Nestor Yavorskyy, Fri 15th May, $2.99) Kakuro is like a crossword puzzle with numbers. Each “word” must add up to the number provided in the clue above it or to the left. Words can only use the numbers 1 through 9, and a given number can only be used once in a word. Every kakuro puzzle has one and only solution, and can be solved through logic alone.
Kholat (Imagination, Today, $14.99) A mysterious death of nine Russian hikers, which led to countless, unconfirmed hypotheses. The player will plunge directly into the boundless scenery of the inhospitable Ural Mountains with the task to find out what really happened.
Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (Oddworld Inhabitants, Today, $29.99) How would you feel if you broke your leg in a scrab trap, were abducted by soulless scientists, had an alien device implanted in your skull, and found out your race had been hunted to extinction? It’s up to you to help guide Munch in efforts to rescue fellow test creatures.
Piano (Sabec, Fri 15th May, $9.99) Turn your Switch into a mini piano and learn to play anywhere, anytime. Piano is a simple and fun game for kids and adults of all ages that will teach you how to play your favourite songs. Choose from one of the 9 included classic learning songs that will teach you how to play them like a professional by highlighting the keys.
Roulette (Sabec, Today, $9.99) Roulette is an easy to play simulation of the classic casino game where the objective of the game is to bet on the number or a combination of numbers by placing chips on the table where you think the ball will land after it spins in the wheel. Based on the rules of the classic American roulette game, simply place your chips on the table by either using the Joy-Con or tapping on the screen. Roulette uses an advanced physics engine that simulates the ball’s smooth movement just like the real game. Are you brave enough to try your luck and stacks of chips in one single bet?
Satazius NEXT (Storybird, Today, $6.99) Discover SATAZIUS NEXT the new classic shoot them up for your console. Completely redesigned and animated for more gaming pleasure, Satazius Next takes you in a galaxy far away. Lost on planet Agano, resist the attacks of space pirates and save the universe from destruction. Aim to kill to defeat your enemies.
Star Horizon (No Gravity Games, Today, $9.99) Immersive action – engage in fast-paced, immersive space battles. Upgrade your ship – buy upgrades and finish your enemies in multiple, fun ways.
The Eternal Castle [REMASTERED] (TFL Studios, Fri 15th May, $14.99) The Eternal Castle [REMASTERED] is an ambitious attempt to modernize an old classic in order to keep its memory alive. Through detailed research and hard work, the production team tried to expand the experience while keeping the same ‘feel’ and emotional flow of the original masterpiece from 1987.
The Experiment: Escape Room (OnSkull Development, Fri 8th May, $3.99) While visiting a well-renowned doctor, you notice something is amiss at his office. Before you realize what’s going on, he drugs you and you fall asleep. When you wake up, you are sitting on a chair in the back room, locked and unable to get out of the building. You can tell that the doctor is running some kind of experiment on animals and people and you are his next subject! Can you figure out what’s going on and escape before it’s too late?
Thy Sword (Ratalaika Games, Fri 15th May, $9.99) Thy Sword is a retro-inspired hack and slash roguelike with procedurally generated levels. Pick from different hero types like the Barbarian and Valkyrie to break the tyranny of the Dark Overlord! Pick from three different difficulty modes to suit your playstyle.
Travel Mosaics 3: Tokyo Animated (JetDogs, Tue 12th May, $7.99) Travel Mosaics 3: Tokyo Animated is the newest instalment in the nonogram puzzle series for Nintendo Switch. The Walkers are taking you on a fun sightseeing tour around colorful Tokyo! Get to know the famous attractions of the Japanese capital, solve new puzzles, answer quiz questions and expand your knowledge as you play.
TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 (Bigben Interactive, Today, $59.99) Preorder now and get the additional content Ducati 900 Mike Mailwood 1978 and the Pro Newcomer pack for free! Lots of new features lie ahead: open world, reworked physics, classic motorbikes, and more. In TT Isle of Man – Ride On the Edge 2, you prove your worth in different championships before setting out to conquer the Snaefell Mountain Course, a 60 km-long track with both winding and straight sections that will push your riding skills to the limit.
Wolflame (Storybird, Today, $6.99) With WOLFLAME, defend the living humanity of planet Sig Fildonia. Your mission is to destroy the invaders military base and turn Operation Wolflame into a successful resistance campaign.
Zenge (Hamster On Coke, Today, $1.99) Zenge is a peculiar puzzle game, telling the story of Eon – a lonely journeyman who’s stuck between the worlds and time. The game is intended to be a relaxing experience, thus there are no points, stars, tutorials, move counters, in-game shops or any other distractors. Just pure, immersive journey with Eon, told through gorgeous art and music.
Gather Your Dream Team of Racing Machines – A new update for the Mario Kart Tour game drifts onto smartphone devices, bringing with it Team Races and Room Codes for multiplayer matches. In Team Races, up to four separate teams of two racers each can compete for the highest score in a blistering race for racetrack dominance. Join up with pals nearby, or friends and other racers online, and fling those Red Shells with abandon to take out your competitors! The newly added Room Code feature makes multiplayer more flexible for fun with friends and family too. Create your own custom room and share the code for a match with up to eight players comprised of your hand-selected Mario Kart Tour companions. Players can access these newly added features by downloading the latest update for Mario Kart Tour via the App Store or Google Play.
So that’s your lot for this week’s North American Nintendo Download. Go on, be a sport and drop a vote in the poll above, and comment below with your hot picks!