No matter what you want to play, there are a lot of games for the Nintendo Switch. There are always new and old games to choose from on the hybrid console, so it’s hard to get bored. The eShop, in particular, is a great place to find games that are both well-known and new that are just waiting to be played. As long as you like the same kind of game as you do, chances are there is something there for you. It also has one the best collections of classic games anywhere.
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There are a lot of cheap books out there, but that’s not all. In fact, if potential players set the eShop pricepoint to $10 or under, there’s an overwhelming amount of content to choose from. Yet, it can be hard to choose between the good and the bad. Those are some of the best games for the Switch that cost less than $10.
Cthulhu Saves Christmas
Zeboyd Games’ RPG is a lot of fun. It features a weak Cthulhu on a mission to save Christmas (and regain his lost power). Many RPG tropes are made fun of in Cthulhu Saves Christmas. The game’s writing is always funny.
Perhaps even more important, this game is fun to play. The game has a turn-based combat system that has enough depth and colour to keep the campaign interesting even though it’s only a short amount of time.
Oxenfree is a game made by Night School Studio. It’s a 2D adventure game that mostly involves walking and talking. There are also a few puzzles and secrets to solve, but the game’s main selling point is its story and characters, both of which are very well-written and interesting.
Oxenfree’s art style, tone, and writing all work together to make a gripping story that balances character development with a great sense of mystery, making it very interesting. Oxenfree is worth a look because it lasts about 5 hours to play through.
Bloodstained: Curse Of The Moon
Curse of the Moon was released at the same time as Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. It’s a 2D Castlevania game, and it’s a good one. In this game, you play as Zangetsu and fight your way through pixelated levels with branching paths while using a wide range of subweapons and abilities.
The game has a lot of different characters that you can play as. All of them have different playstyles. They can be switched out at any time after they are unlocked, as long they haven’t been killed in the level they are playing in now. At any given time, the player has a lot more options for how to play the game. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is a game that costs a lot but has a lot of content.
Limbo is a horror movie that takes place in a dark forest that is home to a multi-legged monster. Limbo isn’t as scary as something like Silent Hill, but its black and white look and defenceless protagonist make it feel like you’re in danger all the time.
Limbo is available on a lot of different consoles, but the game is especially good on the Nintendo Switch because it’s so easy to move around. This game is likely to be a hit with puzzle platformer fans, especially if they like a little film noir in their games.
Part Time UFO
In this game, you play as a small UFO that does different things to help people on Earth. There are a lot of jobs that involve stacking and balancing things, but each new place and job is sure to offer a new challenge.
While Part Time UFO can be played by just one player, it also has unique versions of each job that can be played with two players, making it a great couch co-op game. The art style is bright and cute, and the puzzles can be both funny and difficult at the same time. If you want to play this game on your own or with a friend, it’s worth the money to do so.
Double Pug Switch
In this story, a professor’s cat named Whiskers accidentally opens a portal between dimensions, which sends Whiskers and the professor’s pug named Otis to another dimension. Otis must try to stop Whiskers from causing more trouble in this new world.
Otis’s puzzles in Double Pug Switch are unique, challenging, and rewarding to solve. The characters in Double Pug Switch are so cute! When players get coins, they can buy different hats for Otis. This is one of the best parts of the game! Hours of fun, chaos, and cuteness will be had by everyone who plays this game!
Among Us is the most popular game on this list. It’s an indie game that became so popular that you’d be hard-pressed to find a gamer who hadn’t heard of it before. Nintendo Switch users should give it a try if they haven’t already. It’s a lot of fun.
In Among Us, you and a group of other people are on a spaceship. You’ll soon say, “There’s an imposter on board!”. One of you is a killer, and if it isn’t you, you need to figure out who it is based on how the other players are acting. People will throw anyone who is suspected of killing out of the ship and into space if they think it’s you.
Toree 3d & Toree 2
Switch platformers are great, but the Toree games try to bring back a simpler time, trying to capture the gameplay and feel of games made in the 1990s, which is why they’re so good! You play as a little chick named Toree, who has to go through a series of 3D platforming courses that are all in the same direction. To look at it, you’d think it was made for the PlayStation 1 because of how perfect the atmosphere is, as well as how old games can be creepy at times.
Both games are very cheap, so we think you should buy both of them. Getting to the end of each level is your only goal, but the game adds a few extra challenges by adding a number of stars to each level. It also encourages speed-running, with rewards for getting through the levels quickly, and this encourages people to do that. For the money you pay, these are two great games.
Macbat 64 is made by the same people who made the Toree games. It goes out of its way to capture the charm of the Nintendo 64, with a special focus on games made by Rare Ltd. In the same way, if you see any gameplay from Macbat, it will be easy to think that it could have been on the Nintendo 64.
For people who played Banjo-Kazooie for the first time through the N64 games on Nintendo Switch Online, this will be a good thing to look forward to (or indeed, revisiting it). The game has Macbat go through a jungle, a haunted house, and a tropical beach. Fans of the N64 era will be giggling from ear to ear the whole time. In fact, there’s even a cameo from Grant Kirkhope (composer of Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong 64, Yooka-Laylee, etc.)