Indie World Showcase 4.19.2023 – Nintendo Switch

Indie World Showcase 4.19.2023 – Nintendo Switch

Check out a selection of indie games from around the world coming to Nintendo Switch in the latest Indie World Showcase!

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00:00 – Indie World Showcase Intro
00:29 – Mineko’s Night Market
02:29 – My Time at Sandrock
04:09 – PlateUp!
05:54 – Quilts and Cats of Calico
07:10 – Rift of the NecroDancer
08:43 – A Little to the Left: Cupboards & Drawers DLC
09:08 – Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon Puzzler’s Pack DLC
09:38 – Cult of the Lamb: Relics of the Old Faith Update
11:53 – Crime O’Clock
13:10 – Teslagrad 2 & Teslagrad Remastered
14:39 – Shadows Over Loathing
16:30 – Blasphemous 2
17:50 – OXENFREE II: Lost Signals
20:06 – Paper Trail
20:17 – Little Kitty, Big City
20:28 – Chants of Sennaar
20:40 – Brotato
20:49 – Escape Academy: The Complete Edition
20:57 – Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach
21:07 – Bomb Rush Cyberfunk
21:17 – Indie World Showcase Outro

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46 Responses

  1. Leaf says:

    I really love how these indie showcases allow the creators and developers to speak about their games. I hope that VideoGameDonkey guy does well!

  2. alternativemush says:

    Maybe the real Silksong was the friends we made along the way

  3. Keeper574 says:

    So nice to see big creators like Dunkey giving attention to the small guys like Nintendo, good on him!

    • Guayas PLM says:

      ​@Optical Salt PointCrow is safe for men, Nintendo is just being stupid in this one.
      Smash community on the other half don’t deserve anything from anyone comsidering how much of damage they did to their own competitive structure.

    • Oliver Grant says:

      @Optical Salt You never gave an example of high quality games with an online infrastructure where the developer listens to the fans, so I picked on that attempted it and failed.

      That and I’m aware I’m in the minority here, people are emotionally motivated so they’re not thinking logically. They want to be right yet they don’t know all the details.

    • Optical Salt says:

      @Oliver Grant this still doesn’t negate Nintendo being obnoxious, I’m not even going to give an actual constructive response to this 💀 never did I ever mention multiverses, I’m taking about actual quality games, refer to future history archeologists reply for how to actually be helpful, you are a minority in the comments fighting over something almost nobody agrees with you on

    • Optical Salt says:

      @Future History Archaeologists thank you for having an actual helpful reply instead of being obnoxious, we need more people like you

  4. Peterofworlds says:

    Very impressive how the developers of Animal Well were able to make it with a blindfold on!

  5. ROBOTFACE says:

    Indie trailers were so bittersweet during the Wii U era. You didn’t really know if the game was going to happen or not. So glad the Switch is popular

    • Durruti says:

      ​​​​​@販売機 ​This is silly, i t’s absolutely because Wii U wasn’t popular. At the time Wii U was the only console that wasn’t x86, so developing for PC, PS4 and Xbone simultaneously was trivial, however Wii U had its own architecture and a port required significant time and resource investment, which was a huge gamble for small dev studios who might not see a return on that investment. 3ds also had unique architecture yet got more indie ports and originals by orders of magnitude, which wouldn’t be the case if Nintendo were as hostile as you claim.

      Nintendo, like Sony at the time were indifferent to indie games. MS was the only big indie champion. Nintendo was closed minded and stubborn toward allowing mature rated titles on their platform, and has since eased up on that, but that never affected the majority of indies, especially then.

    • cyx7 says:

      I think it’s sad that a console has to be “popular” for people to buy it and the indie games released on it. Wii U was awesome, but people are trend chasers. It’s sad.

    • Nero Redmond says:

      @ZX Hub
      honestly same, but still super hyped for yiik i.v

    • ROBOTFACE says:

      @販売機 that can be said for a lot of indie games but I was talking about games that either had Wii U as a Kickstarter option or otherwise had a trailer with the intention of coming to Wii U.
      Look it up, there was an article 5 or so years ago about 50+ cancelled games. Some of them still haven’t made it over to the Switch (and these games were _definitely_ coming to Wii U, or so we thought) despite Nintendo being more open minded toward indies

    • NeoJax says:

      @販売機 i don’t think that’s the full of it, the person who was interested in a lot of plans for nintendo died

  6. Wardski Doedels says:

    This Showcase really makes you FEEL like an Indie developer

  7. A2 says:

    I never thought that I would live long enought to see Dunkey in an official Nintendo video.

  8. yeahtoast757 says:

    Easily the biggest surprise here is SteelWool getting Security Breach to run on the switch.

  9. ErrataGamer808 says:

    Animal Well looks like a MASTERPIECE

  10. MrSir says:

    cant believe they got the world record holder for Bowser’s Big Bean Burrito in this direct, truly an honor

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