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While many gamers enjoy blowing away enemies, racing through hairpin turns, or guiding their team to victory there’s a g...
The iconic series adds well-implemented multiplayer to the mix, clearly making itself king once more
Unpacking Banner
Usually when you think of casual games puzzles and the like are usually what comes to mind, or perhaps something akin to...
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Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective

As much as I've tended to see people bemoan the "kiddie" nature of Nintendo systems over the years, it ...

Overboard! Banner

While I typically look to games to provide some action and excitement there are sometimes games that come from less h...

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The Jackbox Party Pack 7

My family and I have become massive fans of the Jackbox games over time, having played through each party pack at som...

Railbound Banner
Carefully plotting your rails to ensure your train will leave the station has never been so addicting
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Lost Words: Beyond the Page

I’ll admit that this is a title that got off to a bit of a rocky start for me, with me essentially wondering wh...

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Please, Touch the Artwork
With its creative use and interaction with modern art, it provides quite a unique experience
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South of the Circle
Telling a tale that spans multiple times and places, it makes for a different sort of romantic journey
Welcome to Elk Banner
Welcome to Elk
One of the subgenres of games that has been extremely well-represented on the Switch has been story-driven games, and th...
TOEM Banner
I don’t know whether it was triggered by a pandemic that had everyone stuck in their houses and wishing for a chance to ...
Badland: Game of the Year Edition Banner
Badland: Game of the Year Edition
While this is a title that has been around for quite some time at this point, I’m surprised by how well it has held up b...
Cozy Grove Banner
Cozy Grove
While bludgeoning or blowing away bad guys can always be good fun, everyone should have some time in their lives to slow...
Along the Edge Banner
Along the Edge
On a general level interactive fiction titles haven’t been my cup of tea. It isn’t that I don’t appreciate that such an ...
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Kingdom Rush Origins
Finally the last unreleased version of the Kingdom Rush franchise is on the Switch, and Origins also happens to be my pe...
80 DAYS Banner
Though the act of traversing the world is no longer such a grand feat in the time of Jules Verne, when he wrote Around t...
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Reigns: Kings & Queens
Borrowing its left/right swiping interface from the likes of apps like Tinder, Reigns is all about making choices and th...
Mom Hid My Game! Banner
Mom Hid My Game!
Spanning a mere 50 levels, and likely completed in only a couple of hours, the goal in the game is to reclaim your game ...
Ten Dates Banner
Ten Dates
This well-timed release drops you into the bumpy ride of looking for love, as you try to make a positive impression on a variety of dates
Hoa Banner

Ah, the struggle to properly evaluate games that aren’t really made for you personally as the target audience. ...

The Wreck Banner
The Wreck
Working through trauma both past and present, this is an emotional journey with unexpected twists and turns
A Little to the Left Banner
A Little to the Left
A game that will first trigger, and then satisfy, your inner OCD freak
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Piczle Lines DX

Piczle Lines DX is one of those games where, with the nature of its puzzle challenge, you’re either already int...

Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery Banner
Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery
While I love blasting off faces and racing to the finish line, there’s absolutely something to be said for slowing down ...
A Memoir Blue Banner
A Memoir Blue
I’ve been impressed so far this year that story-driven games on the Switch have continued to show up in force, but most ...
Beyond Blue Banner
Beyond Blue
Perhaps it’s the pandemic or the challenges of parenthood talking, but as much as I enjoy blowing things up or slashing ...
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Regency Solitaire
You’ve got to respect a development team that takes on a well-known casual card game and decides to swing for the fences...
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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?!
Following up the previous delectable outing on Switch, CSD3 is back with a new somewhat silly story with your empire hav...
Embracelet Banner
This, for me, is one of those titles where it’s hard to articulate why I’m so taken in by it. With its low-poly look, it...
A Fold Apart Banner
A Fold Apart
When looking at an eShop full of puzzlers and story-based experiences it can be difficult to separate the merely average...
Build a Bridge! Banner
Build a Bridge!
For the most part if you’ve played a game like this before the setup should be familiar. You’ll need to lay down your pa...
Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood Banner
Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
The classic hidden item puzzle game genre has made some real strides over the past few years. Throwing in a story, some ...
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A Normal Lost Phone
Overall, if you’re receptive to what I would consider a very honest and genuine study of someone going through a difficu...
Old Man's Journey Banner
Old Man's Journey
The gameplay over the pretty brisk 2 - 3 hours is interesting, mainly because of the beautiful hand-drawn landscapes tha...
Windosill Banner
Undeniably creative and having a very unique sense of style, Windosill is absolutely distinctive
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Journey of the Broken Circle

Who knew that an incomplete circle (who looks suspiciously like a certain gaming icon) and an oddball mix of plants a...

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Fledgling Heroes

There’s no doubt a good reason for people to debate whether games like Fledgling Heroes “need” to b...

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Penko Park
Yes, you could choose to view it as an indie Pokemon Snap clone, but that would be denying its simple charms
Like No Other: The Legend of the Twin Books Banner
Like No Other: The Legend of the Twin Books
Well-animated, voiced, and composed, this game has some great positives, but it somehow struggles to be interesting
PiCTOOi Banner

The Switch has had quite a 3 (or 4, depending on how deep you’re looking to go in the roster) way race in the P...

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Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe
Given the intricate elements in your typical artistically-driven stained glass window, working a puzzle for one quickly gets tricky
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Faircroft's Antiques: Home for Christmas Collector's Edition

When you play multiple titles in the same casual series there’s no doubt that there’s often a baked-in co...

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PAKO Caravan

Taking something old and juicing it up to help make it feel new again can be tricky business. Having seen quite a few...

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My Universe - Cooking Star Restaurant

Once again the My Universe series delivers a more casual and kid-friendly take on games, this time with a restaurant ...

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My Universe - Fashion Boutique

So going completely off the board and reaching out to an unusual demographic among my normal review fare we have My U...

End of Lines Banner
End of Lines
If you don’t mind opportunities to make decisions being periodic, even if seemingly of consequence, the post-Apocalyptic story does work
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Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2
Landing somewhere between Reigns: Kings and Queens and a Choose Your Own Adventure, this has narrative merit
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Once Upon a Jester
While people who enjoy storytelling and some quirk may enjoy a bit of creative improv, the game has some quirks
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My Universe - Green Adventure: Farmer's Friends

Mixed feelings on this one, as despite its relative overall simplicity and not doing anything terribly original, I ac...

Townscaper Banner
Not so much a game as an interactive toy, Townscaper is just a different sort of experience that people will likely eith...
Last Stop Banner
Last Stop
With visual novel-type titles that limit your interactivity and the ability to greatly alter the outcome of the story I ...
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The Procession To Calvary
As a connoisseur of weirdo games I’ve seen a whole lot of different approaches to taking the ordinary and going in a com...
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Werewolf: The Apocalypse Heart of the Forest
Heavily text-based games are actually pretty well-represented on Switch, though in general I’ll say I’m not typically a ...
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Five Dates
With the global pandemic just now reaching a full year since it was first discovered Five Dates is a bit of a quick turn...
Seers Isle Banner
Seers Isle
More often than not I find that I’m not much of a fan of “interactive novels” on the Switch. It’s not so much that they ...
Roundguard Banner
When it comes to casual games from the previous generation or so that I remember with great fondness, the unique Peggle ...
Woven Banner
Most modern games tend to feature protagonists who are ready for action and tough as nails. Moving in precisely the oppo...
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1001 Ultimate Mahjong 2
If you haven’t been eager to play Mahjong on the Switch, I doubt a review that has positive things to say about it will ...
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Puzzle Puppers
With a pretty disgusting level of cuteness Puzzle Puppers manages to make solving some clever puzzles a bit of fun. With...

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