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3 European Nindies confirmed to be working on Switch games!

Three European Nindies are confirmed to have Nintendo Switch development kits.
Image & Form Games, Shin'en Multimedia GmbH, and Zoink! Games all work on a Nintendo Switch game.

Image & Form Games
is known for SteamWorld Dig (Wii U/3DS) and SteamWorld Heist (Wii U/3DS). Their most recent release is the SteamWorld Collection for Wii U (Disc) which includes both games and The Outlander DLC. Their Switch game is currently top secret.

Shin'en Multimedia
is known for FAST Racing NEO (Wii U), Art of Balance (Wii U/3DS/WiiWare), Nano Assault NEO (Wii U), and many more games. Their most recent release is FAST Racing NEO for Wii U (Disc) which includes the game along with the Vertigo DLC and the new NEO Future Pack DLC. Their Switch game is currently top secret.

Zoink! Games is known for their fun "point & stick"-platform adventure Stick It To The Man! which was released on Wii U and other systems. Unfortunately the Wii U version of their following game Zombie Vikings was cancelled. There's hope Zoink! is working on a Zombie Vikings port. But it could also be their brandnew game Fe, which would be just as nice!
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OrionJZed
Nice! I'm a bit of an indie noob, so I only know of some of those companies and games, albeit by name. That being said, it's nice to see that Nindies will be developing games for the new hardware. Smile
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