Nintendo does not rest in its mission to make Nintendo Switch Online an attractive subscription service for users. Month after month, the company releases new titles for its virtual catalog, and today announced 4 additions that will delight many for their variety.
Unlike last month when Nintendo offered only Super Mario platformer games, today's games that have just been added to Nintendo Switch Online are run 'n' gun, action, puzzle, RPG, simulation, and platformer games that debuted on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), or Game Boy Color.
The oldest title that arrived in the collection is Mystery Tower, Namcot's classic 1986 game, the Namco subsidiary responsible for publishing games for Namco consoles.
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If you prefer something more RPG and simulation, then you will love Harvest Moon, the original 1996 delivery that marked the debut of Natsume's long-running franchise on the SNES.
The other two games announced are for Game Boy Color. The first is Kirby's Tilt 'n' Tumble, which took advantage of the peculiarities of the game cartridge to allow the player to control Kirby by tilting the portable console.
The second is Blaster Master: Enemy Below, the 4th iteration of the series, which arrived exclusively on Game Boy Color at the beginning of the millennium.
These 4 games are now available on the virtual catalog of Nintendo Switch Online.
Four classic games are now live for #NintendoSwitchOnline members!#NES – Nintendo Switch Online:— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) June 6, 2023
☑️ Mystery Tower#SuperNES – Nintendo Switch Online:
☑️ Harvest Moon#GameBoy – Nintendo Switch Online:
☑️ Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble
☑️ Blaster Master: Enemy Below pic.twitter.com/3TLGUTnRRK
As these are NES, SNES, or Game Boy games, all players with a simple subscription to Nintendo Switch Online can enjoy them, so it is not necessary to have the Expansion Pack subscription.
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