Nintendo Indie World Showcase: All titles revealed during the event

As anticipated a few days ago, the Nintendo Indie World Showcase brought tons of titles coming to the Japanese handheld console. We already want to calm the waters by specifying that unfortunately, Hollow Knight: Silksong, was not present at the event. However, there are other titles worth keeping an eye on. Let’s go and see all the titles presented at the event Nintendo Indie World Showcase.

Once Upon a Jester

Released today, this comic story stars two best friends plotting to steal a diamond. The only way to do it: join an improvised theater company. Players travel across the kingdom in search of the perfect theatrical performance, performing in musical and theatrical performances.

Sports Story

After years of waiting, the sequel to Golf Story will finally come on Switch next month. Unlike its predecessor, this adventure features, as can be seen from the title, several sports, including: fishing, football and tennis. If you’ve played Golf Story, you know this title is more than just a sporting event.


Play as a red panda in this cozy open-world simulator inspired by 90’s animated films. As the retired warrior Akayou will have to cultivate, work and relax on a paradise island to achieve inner peace.

A Space for the Unbound

Set in rural Indonesia in the 1990s, this adventure centers on the relationship between two high school boyfriends. One of them has the power to read minds. When their small town is threatened by supernatural events, it’s up to them to get to the bottom of the matter and get to know each other better.

Oni: Road to be the Mightiest Oni

Simultaneously control a vengeful demonic warrior and his spirit companion on a quest to reclaim your pride. This single player game requires you to kill enemies as the warrior and absorb their souls as the spirit. An open world is home to a variety of powerful supernatural enemies and fantastic landscapes.

Goodbye World

The Goodbye World story highlights the difficulties of indie game development and features two play styles. In part it is a narrative adventure, which tells the story of two young game designers who struggle to try to become famous. The other half is a Game Boy-inspired puzzle platformer played by one of the protagonists. You can find out how these disparate styles come together when Goodbye World arrives on Switch and PC next spring.

Pepper Grinder

This action platformer stars a shipwrecked treasure hunter wielding a giant drill. The player drills the walls and the earth itself to recover the lost treasure. You can upgrade the drill with new abilities to access more areas, and grinding through levels and enemies feels like a blast.

Botany Manor

In this first-person game, you play as a retired 19th century botanist solving puzzles about plants in and around a large mansion. To do this, you need to find the best spots to grow certain plants, learning about yourself by discovering clues and inspecting objects.

Other minor titles or titles already available on other platforms were presented:

  • A Little to the Left
  • Blanc
  • Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly
  • Curse of the Sea Rats
  • Desta: The Memories Between
  • Dordogne
  • Have a Nice Death
  • Inscryption
  • Rogue Legacy 2
  • Storyteller
  • Venba
  • Wobbledogs Console Edition
  • World of Horror
  • WrestleQuest

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Nintendo Indie World Showcase: All titles revealed during the event