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Everything Shown at The Nintendo Indie World Showcase

by Jesse Vitelli

This morning, the Nintendo Indie World Showcase showed off some interesting games. From shadow drops to new reveals, here is everything we saw during the event.

Everything Shown at The Nintendo Indie World Showcase


The showcase ran roughly 20 minutes and showed 20 different games in that timespan.

The show opened with a look at Ooblets from Glumberland, which has a release window for the Nintendo Switch of “This Summer.”

Batora: Lost Haven, developed by Stormind Games, is an action RPG launching this Fall.

Elechead is a puzzle platformer developed by solo developer Nama Takahashi and will release this summer.

Soundfall, a rhythm-based looter-shooter developed by Drastic Games, features five different playable characters, gear to earn, and is available on the Nintendo Switch right now!

Wildfrost is a rogue-like card game that features cute penguins and the frozen tundra. It makes its way to Nintendo Switch this holiday.

Landfall Games is bringing Totally Accurate Battle Simulator to the console this summer.


Doinksoft debuted its next game during the showcase. Gunbrella is an action game that features, yep you guessed it, a gun umbrella. It’s a quick glimpse but worthy of checking out. It’s scheduled for 2023.

Team OFK showed off another a look at its upcoming interactive music video and adventure game We Are OFK. The game is still scheduled for this summer on Switch.

Spiral Circus Games gave us another look at the upcoming adventure game Silt. Explore a horrifying and vast underwater when Silt launches this June.

Mini Motorways by Dinosaur Polo Club surprise-dropped on Nintendo Switch today. Build your perfect highway system on the go.

Wayward Strand takes you up into the sky with a flying hospital above Australia. The watercolor aesthetic might disarm you, but it’s sure to pull at your heartstrings. The game launches on July 21, 2022.

Massive Monster gave us another quick look at Cult of The Lamb, which still does not have a solid release date. It’s still coming this year.

Aggro Crab

Developer Aggro Crab revealed its next project after Going Under. Another Crab’s Treasure is a soulslike featuring a playable crab. Grab different objects to use as shells, and fight your way through the underwater hellscape. It launches sometime in 2023.

A quick montage closed the show out with a list of a few different games. Check out the release date information below.

  • OneShot: World Machine Edition – This Summer
  • Gibbon: Beyond the Trees – Today
  • Idol Manager – August 25
  • Card Shark – June 2 (release date was not shown in the direct)
  • Cursed to Golf – This Summer
  • A Guidebook of Babel – This Fall
  • OPUS: Echo of Starsong – Full Bloom Edition – Today

That’s everything shown in today’s Nintendo Indie World Showcase. You can check out the full reveal here.

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