When Nintendo unveiled an infographic of confirmed games coming to the Switch eShop in 2017, we searched for information and shared a breakdown of all the new names that could be seen. Four of those titles now have a confirmed publisher - PLAYDIUS.

It's a new Indie publisher "which will focus on publishing and marketing Indie games across all platforms"; it's confirmed it'll be at booth #11124 at PAX East, too.

Our previously written profiles on the four games the studio is bringing to Switch are below.

sU and the Quest for meaning - Developed by Guillaume Bouckaert and familiar from Indie Jam events, this is a stylised 'endless hardcore platformer'.

NeuroVoider - From Flying Oak Games, this is a twin-stick shooter 'RPG' that you can play in "coop with up to 4 friends, or go alone in an adventure of hack'n'slash rampage, with a pinch of rogue-lite, and some permadeath". This seemed to make a good impression on PC and other consoles last year.

Pankapu - A title that's previously arrived on Steam in episodic form and seems to have been well received, it's a "narrative and episodic platform/action game that takes place in the dreams of Djaha'rell, a child once troubled by a tragic incident."

Away: Journey to the Unexpected - This is a 'new wacky & colorful first-person rogue-lite' from Aurelien Regard (well known for The Next Penelope). It has an eye-catching art-style that you can see below and is due out this year.

As for PLAYDIUS, it's produced a sizzle reel to showcase its full range of upcoming projects.

Do you like the look of the upcoming Switch eShop titles?