The Indie Houses Direct just finished airing, bringing together seven different indie publishers (Akupara Games, Fellow Traveller, Neon Doctrine, Raw Fury, Those Awesome Guys, Toge Productions, and Whitethorn Games) to share their bounty of game news over the course of an hour.
"When indie games succeed, video games succeed," said Sarah Johanna of Toge Productions, and the message was echoed by the other studios, as the Direct intended to bring greater discoverability to their stable of indies by combining their might as publishers.
Here's all the news from the direct that has to do with the Nintendo Switch:
Spinch gets a new MixTape full of soundtrack remixes:
The Darkside Detective: A Fumble In The Dark is getting free DLC with three new cases:
Scary wife-saving dungeon crawler Lamentum is out now:
2D sidecrolling action game The Legend of Tianding is out on the 27th of October:
Lost Castle is getting a final DLC update with new weapons and equipment:
Vigil: The Longest Night also has one final update, adding new equipment, bosses, cosmetics, and two new areas to explore:
Beacon Pines is being published by Fellow Traveller next year:
Semi-autobiographical game No Longer Home is coming to Switch:
Text-based RPG Suzerain is out on Switch on September 23rd:
Kingdom Two Crowns gets new "Norse Lands" DLC later this year:
Those Awesome Guys
Party game Move or Die is coming to the Nintendo Switch:
Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly was announced:
Calico has an update out now, adding new customisation options for clothes and furniture:
Onsen Master gets a new trailer:
Teacup is a game about a frog having a tea party, coming September 23rd:
Princess Farmer is a match-3 story game about a farmer who is a princess, coming to Switch:
Bee-farming sim Apico is also coming to Switch, and has a PC demo out now:
And that's it! Of course, there were plenty of games shown off that could come to Switch some day, so if you like, you can check out the full hour-long presentation here.
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