Hexagroove: Tactical DJ is one of the most upbeat and toe-tappingly addictive rhythm games ever made; especially if you’re a fan of the genre and electronic dance music.
A bit quaint and faithful to the original, BurgerTime Party maintains the Pepper legacy but seems to have a very odd aesthetic at the forefront.
One of the best multiplayer games in recent memory, Invisigun Reloaded brings so much more than just a gimmick to this online and offline competition.
If you enjoyed playing Hide and Seek as a child, then you'll love Okabeidoro!
Eight-Minute Empire is a faithful recreation of the physical board game; with quick-fire, strategic gameplay that never lasts more for eight minutes at a time.
Verlet Swing is about swinging, and not much else.
Boring, meandering, mechanically frustrating and without satisfaction, Watermelon Party is one of the worst Switch titles I’ve played in years.
A cute and simple Pac-Man clone that invites friends and foes alike to collect coins, avoid traps and try to find the fabled Golden Duck.
Rescue your mom from the king by any means necessary in this procedurally generated, fantasy style hack-n-slash that really appeals to anyone with a Switch.
If you're in the hunt for a quest, then look no further than Quest Hunter with its accessible style and family-friendly mechanics.