Yesterday, we were treated to a brand new Nintendo Indie World Showcase, giving us a glimpse at some of the brightest indie games set to launch on Switch.

More than 20 games were shown in what felt like a particularly strong presentation all around. If you missed it, or just want to keep track of everything that was announced, we've got you covered below.

Nintendo Indie World Showcase April 2021 - The Whole Presentation

Feel free to watch the full show above if you missed it the first time around. Once you're all caught up, let's take a closer, more detailed look at each game:

Road 96

From: DigixArt

In a narrative-focused game with a mix of adventure, exploration and puzzle-solving, Road 96 tells a procedural story with thousands of potential paths to take. Meet characters from all walks of life and learn their intertwining stories. The decisions you make – both big and small – can drastically alter your experience. There are many roads. Which one will you take? Road 96 drives onto Nintendo Switch later this year.

Read more: Road 96 Is An Intriguing Procedurally-Generated Story Game Where You Call All The Shots

OXENFREE II: Lost Signals

From: Night School Studio

Published by MWM Interactive, OXENFREE II: Lost Signals is a supernatural narrative adventure game about a researcher who stumbles upon ghostly happenings. Five years after the events of OXENFREE, Riley returns to her hometown of Camena to investigate mysterious radio frequency signals causing curious disturbances. OXENFREE II: Lost Signals comes to Nintendo Switch in 2021.

Read more: Oxenfree Gets A Surprise Sequel, Coming This Year

OlliOlli World

From: Roll7

The bold new entry in the OlliOlli series is here! In OlliOlli World, tear up the streets of Radland and search for the mystical skate gods in this slick action platformer. With super-tight controls and level design that flows with your combos, you’ll have a blast mastering tricks, meeting colourful characters and discovering the hidden secrets of this vivid and vibrant world. OlliOlli World launches for Nintendo Switch this winter.

Read more: OlliOlli World Grinds Onto Nintendo Switch This Winter

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

From: Tribute Games

With a blend of retro and modern visuals, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge finds the four favourite turtles kicking some serious shell in classic arcade-style beat-’em-up action. Up to four players can play locally* or online in this bodacious game developed by Tribute Games and published by Dotemu, who also published Streets of Rage 4 and Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge launches for Nintendo Switch later this year.

Read more: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge Confirmed For Switch, New Trailer

The Longing

From: Studio Seufz

With a beautiful hand-drawn art style and an intriguing story, The Longing is unlike anything you have played before. The big twist: You don’t actually have to play to see how it ends. But that doesn’t mean you should just sit idly by. As main character Shade, you must wait 400 days for your king to awaken. While waiting, you can explore dark caves, complete time-based puzzles and collect items.

Read more: The Longing Makes You Wait 400 Real-Life Days To See The End, Launching On Switch Today

Hindsight, and Last Stop

From: Annapurna Interactive

Hindsight from developer Joel McDonald is a poignant narrative game about an older woman reminiscing about her family. The objects from her past serve as portals into long-lost memories, revealing a decision that forever changed her life. Learn more when Hindsight launches for Nintendo Switch this year.

Last Stop from developer Variable State is a single-player third-person adventure set in modern-day London, where you play as three separate characters whose worlds collide in the midst of a supernatural crisis. What connects these three strangers? Where will fate lead them? Find out when Last Stop launches for Nintendo Switch in July.

Read more: Annapurna Interactive Confirms Last Stop Release Date, Unveils Hindsight for Switch

Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield

From: Aerial_Knight

This is not your typical “runner” game! Run, jump, slide and dash through a futuristic Tokyo-styled Detroit to a head-bopping soundtrack as the protagonist Wally to save what’s left of the future. Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield slides onto Nintendo Switch on 19th May. A demo will be available on Nintendo eShop later today.

Read more: Aerial_Knight's Never Yield Dashes Onto Switch In May


From: Polytron

Gomez is a 2D creature living in a 2D world. Or is he? When the existence of a mysterious third dimension is revealed to him, Gomez is sent out on a journey that will take him to the very end of time and space. Use your ability to navigate 3D structures from four distinct classic 2D perspectives. Out now!

Read more: FEZ Will Bring A Cool Hat And Gameplay To Switch Today

Aztech Forgotten Gods

From: Lienzo

If you’re looking for a grand adventure inspired by Aztec mythology, look no further than Aztech Forgotten Gods from Mexican studio Lienzo. Gain powerful arm upgrades, traverse different areas within an advanced Mesoamerican metropolis and encounter all sorts of characters to uncover ancient secrets. Aztech Forgotten Gods soars onto Nintendo Switch this autumn.

Read more: Aztech Forgotten Gods Blends Mexican Storytelling With Anime-Inspired Action-Adventure

There is No Game: Wrong Dimension

From: Draw Me A Pixel

Despite its title, this really is a game! There is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a point-and-click comedy adventure filled with riddles and puzzles. If you’re looking for something different and experimental that’s full of surprises, look no further. There is No Game: Wrong Dimension launches for Nintendo Switch later today.

Read more: There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension Takes You On A "Silly" Journey Through Video Game Universes

Cris Tales

From: Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK

Drawing inspiration from classic and modern JRPGs, Cris Tales incorporates time traveling into its storyline and combat with a variety of surprise effects, like making enemies younger and thus easier to defeat. While exploring this handcrafted, dark fairy-tale world, you’ll recruit a diverse cast of allies and discover new realms. Cris Tales lands on Nintendo Switch on 20th July.

Read more: Cris Tales Gets Final Release Date And Switch eShop Demo

GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon

From: Konami Digital Entertainment and GuruGuru

Showcasing a stylized Japanese aesthetic, GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon delivers a dynamic hack-and-slash roguelite experience, filled with perilous dungeons, fierce boss battles and intense, skill-based combat. GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon launches for Nintendo Switch next year.

Read more: Konami Is Bringing GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon To Switch In 2022

Beasts of Maravilla Island

From: Banana Bird Studios, LLC

In this 3D adventure game, take on the role of a young wildlife photographer who traverses Maravilla Island’s magical ecosystems to discover extraordinary creatures, learn their behaviours and, most importantly, photograph their majesty. Beasts of Maravilla Island launches for Nintendo Switch in June.

Skul: The Hero Slayer

From: SouthPAW Games

Take on an entire army to rescue your king in this 2D fast-action roguelite. And the best part? To progress in the game, you’ll need to swap abilities, which is done by swapping … heads. With 90 playable character variations, each with their own special abilities, you might think you’re out of your skull in real life. Skul: The Hero Slayer launches for Nintendo Switch this summer.

Read more: Skul: The Hero Slayer Is Getting A Switch Release This Summer

art of rally

From: Funselektor Labs Inc.

Will you master the art of rally? Drive iconic cars inspired by the golden era of rally racing on challenging stages through stylized environments set around the world. art of rally launches for Nintendo Switch this summer.

Read more: Art Of Rally Drifts Onto Switch In The Summer


From: Stonewheat & Sons

KeyWe is a cute, cooperative postal puzzler starring two small kiwi birds working in a whimsical post office. They must jump, flap and butt-slam across an interactive landscape of levers, bells and buttons to get those messages delivered on time. KeyWe launches for Nintendo Switch in August.

ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights

From: Adglobe

In this dark fantasy 2D action-RPG, encounter horrific enemies against whom a moment of inattention could be fatal. Overcome these hardships and seek the truth with the help of fallen knights. ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights launches for Nintendo Switch on 22nd June.

Weaving Tides

From: Follow the Feathers

Call your Weaver and soar across a stunning woven landscape. Set out on a journey to explore ancient dungeons, solve puzzles, wrap up your foes and unravel the great mysteries of a long-forgotten past. Weaving Tides, a charming single-player adventure set in a world of magic and textile, launches for Nintendo Switch in May.

Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective

From: Darjeeling

Adapted from the children’s book series, Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective takes you across incredibly detailed mazes to retrieve a powerful artifact. On your quest, you will interact with more than 500 items or characters, find over 100 hidden objects and wander about in beautiful locations. Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective launches for Nintendo Switch this spring.

Read more: You May Get Lost In Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective This Spring

The House of the Dead: Remake

From MegaPixel Studio

The classic arcade rail-shooter is back with a new makeover and exciting gameplay changes. In this multiplayer game, you’ll suit up as a pair of government agents sent to investigate disappearances only to find hordes of undead monstrosities. The House of the Dead: Remake launches for Nintendo Switch later this year.

Read more: House Of The Dead: Remake Shoots To Switch Later This Year

Phew! That's quite a long list, huh?

Make sure to let us know which games took your fancy with a comment below.