Nintendo Download: Axiom Verge 2

Axiom Verge 2

Also, Garden Story

In case you missed it, Nintendo had a busy day in terms of indie showings. Several games, Axiom Verge 2 included, launched as a surprise. And we reviewed it! Also arriving this week on the eShop is Boyfriend Dungeon, Garden Story, art of rally, Foreclosed, Road 96, and Greak: Memories of Azur.

Note that Axiom Verge 2 is also out on the Epic Games Store, as well as PS4 (with a PS5 version coming soon). Its creator, via Thomas Happ Games, notes to “stay tuned” for additional platforms. They have worked with Microsoft in the past as Axiom Verge is on the Xbox One, so that seems likely. Here’s the rest of this week’s offerings:

  • Axiom Verge 2
  • cat Milk
  • Arcade Archives BIO-SHIP PALADIN
  • Axe Champ!
  • Barry the Bunny
  • Battle Calculator
  • Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four
  • Crimson Spires
  • Curious Expedition 2
  • Dinosaur Fossil Puzzles
  • Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins
  • Dungeon Defenders: Awakened
  • Fhtagn! – Tales of the Creeping Madness
  • Fire Tonight
  • Fort Triumph
  • Gems of Magic: Father’s Day
  • ISLANDERS: Console Edition
  • LogScape – Puzzle Game
  • Love Esquire
  • Mahjong Masters
  • MORTO – Chapter 1
  • Necrobarista: Final Pour
  • One Deck Dungeon
  • Orbals
  • Out of Line – Available Aug. 18
  • PAW Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls
  • Pile Up! Box by Box
  • Pixel Game Maker Series BLOCK SLIME CAVE
  • Poker Champion: Texas Hold’em
  • Pop Blocks
  • Project AETHER: First Contact
  • Rogue Explorer
  • Scrap Garden
  • Slime Rancher: Plortable Edition
  • Smashroom
  • Space Invaders Invincible Collection
  • Sudoku Classic
  • Super Hiking League DX
  • Swords & Souls: Neverseen
  • Tetragon
  • Volleyball Challenge
  • Whiskey Mafia: Frank’s Story
  • WitchSpring3 [Re:Fine] – The Story of Eirudy

If you missed last week’s edition, here it is. For those who are interested, sales are going on for all platforms.

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