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 eShop – New Releases
#1 Sudokus (Eclipse Games, 25th Nov, £2.99 / €2.99) – After dealing with lots of words in #1 Crosswords and #1 Anagrams in Eclipse Games we thought it was time to start with numbers, so we’ve decided to do some Sudoku puzzles! In #1 Sudokus you’ll find a story mode with over 240 sudokus to solve on increasing difficulty levels. On top of that you can play the daily sudoku, which is going to be the same for everyone in the world and will change every day. Finally you can also play random sudokus of various difficulties. If you like sudokus, #1 Sudokus is the game for you and the last one you’ll need to satiate your sudoku appetites!
Airport Simulator: Day & Night (UIG Entertainment, 25th Nov, £26.99 / €29.99) – With departures, arrivals and the continuous hustle and bustle of passengers, there is rarely an opportunity for a break. In Airport Simulator: Day & Night, your challenge is to keep the wheel turning and ensure that everything in the airport runs smoothly around the clock. Firstly, you will need to take care of fleet and baggage management to handle transporting passengers and the ever-increasing number of aircraft from various airlines. In addition, security checks, airport hygiene and maintenance are also crucial and need to be well managed. Depending on the time of day and weather conditions, your tasks will vary. For example, in frosty weather, the de-icing of wings becomes the main focus of attention.
Aliens Strike (Pix Arts, 24th Nov, £4.99 / €4.99) – Aliens Strike is the heir to the arcade classics, all captured with great graphics. This action-packed game will keep you tied to the couch, since it has all the elements that make a good shmup: huge lasers, big explosions and terrifying bosses. Aliens Strike is not a shmup like the others. The scenery and great effects will take your breath away. The gameplay, progression system and collectibles will keep you on your toes. You’ll want more! Fortunately, you have hours of intense fun ahead of you…
Cabin Fever (Sad Panda Studios, 26th Nov, £7.49 / €8.49) – “Experience a slice of off-grid life, and the bittersweet taste of love. . . You live in the mountains, spending your days tending a vegetable garden, looking after chickens, and working remotely as a computer programmer. You don’t participate in society – or whatever’s left of it. You’re fine with being alone. But when a young woman appears on your secluded property, injured and lost on a stormy night, you’re understandably torn. Are you obligated to help her? Is it even safe to help her? You have no idea what to do. Your brain is mush. And the fact that she’s so pretty doesn’t help…
Date Night Bowling (Way Down Deep, 26th Nov, £7.64 / €8.49) – You’re out at your local bowling alley for a dating event, so strike up a conversation, hop over to the bowling lanes, and try your best to make a good first impression. Play things right and you might just find your soulmate! To win over your date, you’ll rely not only on your bowling skills, but also on your ability to tell well-timed jokes, throw popcorn into their mouth, give the perfect shoulder rub, and more!
Death’s Door (Devolver Digital, 23rd Nov, £17.99 / €19.99) – The job gets lively when your assigned soul is stolen and you must track down a desperate thief to a realm untouched by death – where creatures grow far past their expiry and overflow with greed and power. Utilise melee weapons, arrows and magic to overcome a fantastic array of beasts and demigods. Mistakes are punished and victory is rewarded. Gain an edge by customising your character stats and mastering the abilities and upgrades you obtain.Venture beyond the Doors and explore a land full of twisted inhabitants and countless secrets, bringing hope to the weird and wonderful characters you’ll meet along the way. – Read our Death’s Door review
DEEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game (PLAYISM, 25th Nov, £15.09 / €16.79) – DEEEER Simulator is a game in which you take on the role of your average, everyday deer. Use your stretchy neck, your stabby horns, and everything a deer has in its arsenal to tear through the city. Frolic and play with the other animals or decimate the city till there’s nothing left in this “slow-life town destruction game”. Get up to enough naughtiness and you’ll have to face off against some extra-tough animal police. Kung fu master sheep, bears who transform into police cars, and rabbits with ridiculously over-developed ears…
Doctor Who: The Edge of Reality (£19.99 / €24.99) – Wield the sonic screwdriver as you join the Thirteenth Doctor (voiced by Jodie Whittaker) on a quest to save the universe, and meet the Tenth Doctor along the way (voiced by David Tennant in a guest appearance). Experience an unforgettable adventure through space and time, face terrifying monsters and solve a mind-bending mystery!
DoDonPachi Resurrection (Live Wire, 25th Nov, £15.29 / €16.99) – Six years after the battle in Lunapolis was over . . . The Moon-based “DonPachi” headquarters sensed a turbulence in space-time. As a result of their investigation, it was found that it was due to a large amount of material transfer to the past. The culprit was Exy, an element doll. She would have been abandoned in a runaway battle six years ago. The battle between Axie, who plans to rewrite history, and the DonPachi army, which tries to prevent it, begins. It will be set in Japan in May 2008. The world is once again engulfed in war. The bee’s feather sound hasn’t stopped yet!
Drizzlepath: Deja Vu (eastasiasoft, 24th Nov, £5.03 / €5.59) – A vast and mysterious world lies before you, one that hides the truth of your existence and echoes the memory of past lives. As the tenth game created by Tonguç Bodur, Drizzlepath: Deja Vu is a reimagining of his first creation, a standalone experience accessible by any kind of player. In Drizzlepath: Deja Vu, you’ll take the role of a nameless man climbing towards a mountaintop in search of answers. Witness events as you explore, each gradually adding to the larger existential narrative. Ponder the enigmatic and cyclical nature of memory through abstract storytelling and beautifully detailed environments, punctuated by ominous imagery that’s more mysterious than it is frightening, a beacon to guide you forward.
Farmquest – A Hidden Object Search Game for Kids and Toddlers (Asylum Square Interactive, 27th Nov, £7.64 / €8.49) – Everything on Joe’s farm is in chaos. Everything urgently needs to be put back in order here. Help Joe find important objects and hidden treasures on his farm. Who doesn’t love them? The small and detailed hidden object pictures that challenge children to find certain items. They have been proven to promote children’s perception and language progression. Farmquest can be played by children of any age. Thanks to the fully voice-activated interface, even toddlers are able to explore the hidden object pictures on their own.
Little Bug (RedDeerGames, 26th Nov, £11.69 / €12.99) – Step into an adventurous story about a young city girl named Nyah trapped in a dangerous fantasy world, where evil pink spirits lurk in canyons, ice caves, and moonlit deserts. Play as Nyah and her light companion at the same time. They share an incredible bond that allows a little girl to swing and jump high, destroy obstacles, defeat dangerous demons and light the path that leads to secret areas. Help Nyah escape from the nightmare. She’s an eight-year-old curious little girl with great imagination who suddenly dropped into a dark hostile world while walking home from school.
My Last First Kiss (Voltage, 25th Nov, £19.99 / €24.99) – The Story: Even after all these years, you have never forgotten about your first love. You try confessing your feelings to him, but he turns you down. Luckily the friends you grew up with are there to help mend your broken heart… Until that night, when you become more than just mates.
Night Lights (Ratalaika Games, 26th Nov, £4.99 / €4.99) – The world is different at night. Take on the role of a tiny robot and embark on an adventure to illuminate a darkened planet. Learn the tricks around the incredibly unique mechanic of manipulating light and shadow to change the surrounding environment, solve intricate puzzles, and ultimately collect shards to resurrect a fallen star. Collect crystals to activate different tools & light sources, pierce the darkness and be a beacon of light as you solve increasingly difficult puzzles in the stylized world of Night Lights.
Poker Club (Ripstone Publishing, 25th Nov, £17.99 / €19.79) – Welcome to Poker Club! Live the life of a poker pro in the most immersive simulation ever seen! Join a community of online players on your way to the top of the Poker Club Championship tour! Whether you’re a seasoned poker pro or brand new to the table, enter the world of Poker Club and raise your game! Live the Life of a Poker Pro Win your way to the top of the PCC Pro Tour from the low-stakes basement of Ralph’s Pizzeria to the jaw-dropping high-stakes Intensity Arena, where you’ll win PCC tournament rings if you don’t fold under the pressure of huge 228 player multi-table tournaments! Feeling flush from a big win? Flash the cash on character and table customisations to flaunt your style.
Puzzle Frenzy (Playstige Interactive, 25th Nov, £4.49 / €4.99) – Puzzle Frenzy is a compilation game where you play 6 different casual puzzle games. *Color Connect *Pipes *Word Connect *Block Escape *Luminous Loops *Move the Ball
Real Boxing 2 (QubicGames, 26th Nov, £13.49 / €14.99) – Discover a whole new world of combat sports games. As a newbie boxer, challenge experienced opponents and try to win and score a KO! Explore the world of boxing and make your way to the top. You can become the boxing champion, the best warrior of all time! So get ready to punch, and punch hard! Discover what you’re made of, and try to climb to the top. Become the ultimate champion! Use jabs, hooks, uppercuts & combine them into devastating combos.
Shiro (TERNOX, 25th Nov, £3.81 / €4.24) – Holo and Shiro are twin sisters who travel the world since childhood in search of adventure. Once they were attacked by the evil witch Satella and took Shiro to her gloomy cave. Now Holo has to find his sister. Help Holo find her sister. Overcome a dense forest, an ancient temple, dangerous dungeons and destroy enemies in this pixelated adventure platformer!
Switch eShop – Demos
DLC / Add-On Content
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!