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Nintendo Download: 14 May (Europe)




Old Scroll Blades (Change)

The latest Nintendo Download Europe update has arrived, and we're bringing galore of new games to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop the votes in our polling place and comment below your potential church election. Enjoy!

Change Retail eShop – New Release

Ion Fury (1C Entertainment, 28 May, £ 19.99 / € 24.99) Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison decides to kill transhumanist mastermind Dr Jadus Heskel on the streets of Neo DC. It leaves a trail of massacres at all major levels, with many pathways full of massive explosions, more secret locations than we can count, and humane enemies behind them all. No life is rebuilding here; stop taking cover and start running and pointing at guns. Sherly's fight to take down Heskel's forces will see him destroyed by a break when he has multiple weapons, complete with other fire modes and different types of ammo.

Shmup collection (Storybird, May 14, £ 13.49 / € 14.99) – The Shmup Collection is the last shot collected from the walls of the Astro Port studio. Each game has been scaled back to give you the best game experience. Your task is simple, fight against all enemies and maintain humanity. Games: With ARMED SEVEN DX, get 7 stages of pure mecha-shooting action with custom weapons. Use all laser beams, space rockets and arrows to suit your needs. Bind and fight! Get SATAZIUS ONLY the newest shooting range for your icon.

TT Isle of Man Ride Edge 2 (Nacon, 14 May, £ 53.99 / € 59.99) – Without a shadow of a doubt it is one of the most dangerous motorcycle races in the world. In TT Isle of Man – Ride On the Edge 2, you prove your worth in various competitions before you begin to win the Snaefell Mountain Course, a 60-mile track with both safety and precision levels that will push your riding skills to the limit. . TT 2 includes 17 other tracks, 18 different motorcycles including classic models, and official riders.

Swap eShop – New Release

Great Scrolls®: Blades (Bethesda, May 14, Free to Play) – Description from the publisher: From Bethesda Game Studios, the producers who win the Skyrim Award, comes The Old Scroll: Blades – a classic renamed mine. Old Greek Scrolls: Blades are free to play. Feel the amazing prison experiences. Create and customize your city, bringing it back to size. Defeat your opponents in one-on-one Arena battles. Create any character you like and find unique weapons, armor, and abilities. Perfectly endless Abyss with an edge-to-edge combat system.Deale Adults: Blades provide gaming capabilities so you can fight your friends on other platforms. You can also use the backup to save your progress on multiple devices. Start a new character, or continue your previous journey, today!

Arcade Final Domains for Saving Money (£ 6.29 / € 6.99)

Equipped with 7 DX (Storybird, May 14, £ 6.29 / € 6.99) – With ARMED 7 DX, get 7 stages of pure mecha-shooting action with custom weapons. Use all laser beams, space rockets and arrows to suit your needs. Bind and fight!

Mr. Jack (£ 8.09 / € 8.99) – The Super Blackjack War II Turbo Edition introduces a system of 12 completely different competitors to become the biggest Blackjack player of all time.

Deaths on the Road: Battlefield (BoomBit Games, 14 May, £ 13.49 / € 14.99) – Gird yourself and enter the arena! Carnage is a high-octane auto combat game with plenty of game modes. Choose how you want to create chaos! Driving fast and getting to the finish line is one of the many challenges that await you. Wreak traffic on the roads thanks to a comprehensive demolition model that allows you to not only damage cars, but also cause noticeable changes in the environment. After a long battle, the place will not look like it was at first!

Cooking Simulator (Endless Entertainment, 14 May, £ 16.19 / € 17.99) – We hear the world of cooking in a well-designed, logical kitchen restaurant. Use ovens, gas jars, pots, pans, bowls and plates, all you need. Prepare many health-like ingredients – from vegetables to fish to sauces and chicken – to cook over 60 original dishes, whatever you like. This is your kitchen. You can do anything here. If you really don't want to, you don't even have to cook anything.

The Pit of the Infinite (£ 17.99 / € 19.99) – Endless Mine is a Rogue-Like Dungeon-Defense award-winning game, in which you and your team of heroes must protect your ship's shipbuilder while exploring an ever-expanding pit, all while facing waves of monsters and special events as you try to find your way out …

Emma: Lost in Reminders (£ 7 / € 7.99) – The main character, Emma, ​​is young, charming and intriguing: she leaves her home following the owl, and soon loses herself to a world she finds less dangerous. Features: – One quick and easy boat: all platforms and walls begin to disappear when you touch them! – The character runs automatically at a fixed speed! Take control of his special abilities (jump twice, hit and climb) and do your best to respond in a timely manner.

Greedroid (PLiCy, 11 May, £ 10.79 / € 12) – Take control of the robot "IB" and explore the hole! Mouse-like holes change shape and become the same when you step into it. Defeat the enemies and block the blocks to get to the door to the next apartment. IB can lift any block or trap and throw it at you. You can use the surrounding area to fight enemies from afar!

HardCube (£ 5.39 / € 5.99) – This arcade platformer for all hardcore toy lovers. It's a simple and addictive killing time with many exciting sequences where multiple levels differ from the world. Great visual graphics that are compatible with gameplay audio and online levels. In our world, you must not only get to the finish line, you must overcome the difficult obstacles in a world of color, held to a degree to provide an unforgettable experience. This is an arcade platformer for all hardcore toy lovers. It's a simple and addictive killing time with many exciting sequences where many different levels.

Hatsune Miku: DIVA Mega Mix Project (SEGA, 15 May, £ 34.99 / € 39.99) – Take a class! The hit rhythm game series comes with exciting new features: – Mix and select two playable modes: Traditional Arcade Mode based control mode or the new Mix Control-based Mix Mode. Favorite Classics, with new hits, select over 100 songs for endless rhythm! – Take advantage of new customizations! Choose from over 300 dresses, and name your T-shirts in the new T-shirt editor. Create a playlist of your favorite music videos! No matter that at any time, his music will be sure to reach your heart!

Huntdown (Coffee Stain, May 12, £ 17.99 / € 19.99) – In the streets littered with future rays where gangs dominate and force fear to tread, only hostile hunters can free the city from a corrupt religious sphere. Put some rubbish on the underground criminal and commit murder in this shooter of a tough comedy action. Important features: Hunt solo or provide compression fire and move the enemy together in unison as you run, jump, and take cover on neon-lined, graffiti strewn 80s divine inspired wallpapers. 16-bit hand-painted pixel art and hand-drawn animations integrated with fluid action-pack 60-FPS Gameplay and an epic music compilation. Huntdown everything from bizarre cheeses to organized hockey, the game is given to bad boys and 16 crime bosses, each with their own unique place to retrieve, and a spearhead to take over the world. – Read our Huntdown review

Island Saver (National Wetminster Bank, 13 May) – Welcome to Savvy! A bunch of amazing islands need your help! Horrid plastic waste is washed and you need to solve it with your trusty Trash Blaster! But watch out for Litterbugs. They love the mess and want to get things done. You need to wash the spotlight, collect garbage, find coins and save surprises! These special animals are live piggy banks and through them you can help save the Savvy Islands and make things better.

Jet Lancer (Armor Games Studios, 12 May, £ 13.49 / € 14.99) – You are Ash Leguinn: a badass pilot, highly paid mercenary, and a flying-school drop. Your day job is fine – the daily grind in dealing with Sky Pirates pays the bills – but nothing compares to rushing to break down a nine-tonne machine station at a noisy pace. And you'll get your chance. As machine guns evolve into Root City, you'll have to be at the top of your game to survive, and you'll have to exceed your limits if you want to save the world – Read our Jet Lancer review

Kakuro magic (£ 1.24 / € 1.49) – Kakuro is like a crossword puzzle with numbers. Each "word" must add to the value provided in the code above it or to the left. Words can only use numbers 1 to 9, and the given number is used only once in a word. Every kakuro puzzle has only one solution, and can be solved using logic alone. – Solve a 96 brain puzzle puzzle – 4 levels of difficulty, each with a unique visual style – Enjoy relaxing music

Kholat (Imagination, 14th May, £ 13.9 / € 14.99) -The mysterious death of nine Russian climbers, which led to a mind-blowing, unconfirmed commentary. The player will descend directly into the endless area of ​​Ural's undeniable mountains and mission to find out what really happened. In the course of events, you may encounter more speculation than expected. . .

Oddworld: Oddysee's Munch (Residents of Oddworld, May 14, £ 17.99 / € 19.99) – How would you feel if you broke your leg in a scrawny trap, kidnapped by lifeless scientists, had an unknown device attached to your skull, and discovered that your race was doomed to extinction? It is up to you to help guide Munch in his quest to rescue fellow creatures through trials. These critics will remain loyal to Munch and allow his escape. Once they are free, Munch's forces meet with Abe and jointly are guided by the wisdom of the Almighty. They are informed of how to achieve their goals, but in order to do so, they must work together.

The piano (£ 8.09 / € 8.99) – Turn your switch into a small piano and learn to play anywhere, anytime. Piano is a simple and fun game for kids and adults of all ages, which will teach you how to play your favorite songs. Choose from one of the 9 featured classic learning songs that will teach you how to play as a professional by pressing buttons. You will be surprised how easy it is to play something that sounds amazing quickly. Piano comes with a free play mode, so if you can do anything yourself, maybe after practicing enough in reading mode you can play one of the included songs without help and surprise you with family and friends. The piano is a fun way for anyone to start learning to play the piano and develop good eye coordination.

Roulette (Sabec, May 14, £ 8.09 / € 8.99) – Roulette is an easy-to-play classic simulation of a casino game where the purpose of the game is to bet on a number or combination of numbers by placing chips on the table where you think the ball will land after you throw in the wheel. Depending on the rules of the classic American roulette game, you simply put yourself on the table using a joy-con or tapping on the screen. Roulette uses a advanced physics engine that mimics the smooth movement of the ball as a real game. Are you brave enough to try your luck and chip packs in one batch?

SATazius OPEN (Storybird, May 14, £ 6.29 / € 6.99) – Get SATAZIUS ONLY the best new shooting range for your console. Completely redesigned and made for gaming, Satazius Next takes you to a far-flung galaxy. The loss of the Covenant planet, withstands the onslaught of spacecraft and saving the atmosphere from destruction. The purpose of killing is to defeat your enemies.

Red Eye – An Interactive Movie (£ 7.64 / € 8.49) – Someone killed several people in a popular nightclub. You have been assigned to one investigator in this case, following all the clues … wherever it may lead. In this interactive interface, there is NOTHING as it seems! Make decisions. Change the change. Hear more conclusions and live the thought of murder in She Sees Red. – A narrative, mature non-linear narrative. – The elements of a Story can be gained by making sound decisions along the way. – Four conclusions are possible! – Professional players, editing, lighting, and sound design.

Super Mega baseball 3 (Metalhead software, 13 May, £ 34.99 / € 39.99)

Experiment: Survival Room (OnSkull upgrade, 13 May, £ 3.59 / € 3.99) – While visiting a reputable doctor, you notice that something is wrong in his office. Before you can figure out what's going on, you take your drugs and go to bed. When you get up, you're sitting on a chair in the back room, the key and you can't get out of the building. Not to mention that the doctor uses some kind of test in animals and humans and is his next article! Can you see what's going on and escape before it's too late?

Your Sword (£ 9.99 / € 9.99) – Your Sword is a retro-inspired spy and slash roguelike with levels generated by the process. Choose from a variety of heroes like Barbarier and Valkyrie to break the Dark Overlord dictatorship! Choose from three difficulty modes to suit your playstyle. New on the go? Then choose learning mode for endless debts or if you're a heroic character, choose hero mode where you only have one credit. Unlock additional heroes throughout your journey! Bring a friend to 2 pairing mode to save the world from Dark Overlord.

Visiting Mosaic 3: Tokyo animated (JetDogs, 12th May, £ 7.19 / € 7.99) – Travel Mosaics 3: Tokyo animated is the newest store in the Nintendo switchch nonogram series. The Walkers take you on a fun trip to see the scenery around colorful Tokyo! Get to know the highlights of the Japanese capital, solve new puzzles, answer quiz questions and expand your knowledge as you play. Each puzzle features a visual image that is presented as you play, and you have 4 types of tricks that you have in case you get stuck.

Wolflame (Storybird, May 14, £ 6.29 / € 6.99) – With WOLFLAME, protect the living personality of the planet Sig Fildonia. Your mission is to destroy the invaders and turn Operation Wolflame into a successful resistance campaign.

Swap eShop – Demons

Change eShop – Pre-orders

Swap eShop – Offers

DLC / add-on content

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