Nintendo Download for 8/13 has arrived. The latest eShop showcases two featured Switch titles, a 3DS title, and updated sales this week. Nintendo’s online store will also debut 27 new Switch titles. Let’s take a look at this week’s latest Nintendo Download offerings for August 13th: (Click each title name for more info)
Faeria – With its unique living board, Faeria will challenge you with truly strategic card battles. Craft your deck, shape the battlefield, and fight for victory! A strategy game like no other, build exciting decks, and shape the battlefield as you fight epic battles. Raise mountains, build forests, fill lakes, or harness the sands of the deserts. You choose your own path to victory.
Linn: Path of Orchards – Step out of your conventional platforming habits and delve into the dynamic and rotating world of Linn. Linn is a modern puzzle-platformer set in a fantastic and mysterious ancient world. You control Aban, an exotic guardian of nature, on her journey through a lost sky temple. Help Aban on her divine mission to rejuvenate the ancient Tree of Light. Levels consist of treacherous dynamic platforms that make you rethink every move before you press a button. Completing each level needs both timely reactions and logical thinking. Linn: Path of Orchards game will be available Aug. 14.
Nintendo Download 8/13 sales and deals for this week can be found HERE.
Shaolin vs Wutang – Available Aug. 14 – Shaolin vs Wutang is a real love letter to classic 70’s and 80’s Kung Fu cinema. This is an indie passion project that was made by one person who has a tremendous passion for and knowledge of Kung Fu films. The game features authentic fighting sounds from films and a licensed soundtrack with great music from classic kung fu movies.
Cecconoid – Available Aug. 17
Helheim Hassle – Available Aug. 18
My Universe – My Baby – Available Aug. 18
Norman’s Great Illusion – Available Aug. 19
Of Tanks and Demons III – Available Aug. 14
Prehistoric Dude – Available Aug. 14
Ramageddon – Available Aug. 14
Regina & Mac – Available Aug. 15