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Aussie Nintendo Download Updates (26/2 – 4/2) – Bridge Over Troubled Waters

by Troy WassenaarMarch 1, 2018

Not a bad week at all! 22 total games so far, with a few surprises in there!

Bridge Constructor Portal is out for Switch, as well as a surprise drop of Outlast! There’s plenty more to go through as well, with a pretty big variety to choose from!

Don’t forget to leave a comment and tell us what you’re grabbing this week!

Spot The Difference (Sabec)
Price: $12.00
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Arcade
Size: 116 MB
1 – 2 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

The Final Station (tinyBuild Games)
Price: $22.50
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Platformer/RPG/Action/Shooter
Size: 289 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Outlast: Bundle of Terror (Red Barrels)
Price: $33.45
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Action/Adventure
Size: 5.7 GB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

GUILT BATTLE ARENA (Forward XP)
Price: $14.95
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Action/Fighting/Arcade/Shooter
Size: 122 MB
1 – 4 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Packet Queen # (Studio F-Sharp)
Price: $6.99
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Puzzle/Board Game
Size: 413 MB
Player (Local/Online)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Air Hockey (Sabec)
Price: $12.00
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Arcade
Size: 132 MB
1 – 2 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

The Trail: Frontier Challenge (Kongregate)
Price: $17.99
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Adventure/Simulation/Strategy
Size: 917 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Bridge Constructor Portal (Headup Games)
Price: $22.50
Release Date: Out Now!
Genre: Puzzle/Simulation
Size: 158 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Detention (Coconut Island Games)
Price: $12.60
Release Date: 1/3 (Pre-order available!)
Genre: Adventure/Puzzle
Size: 2 GB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Little Triangle (KONANDENKI)
Price: $19.50
Release Date: 1/3 (Pre-order available!)
Genre: Action/Adventure/Fighting/Party
Size: 2.1 GB
1 – 4 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Super Toy Cars (Eclipse Games)
Price: $13.49 until 9/3, then $14.99 
Release Date: 2/3 (Pre-order available!)
Genre: Racing/Arcade
Size: 613 MB
1 – 4 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Mulaka (Lienzo)
Price: $29.79
Release Date: 2/3 (Pre-order available!)
Genre: Action/Adventure
Size: 3.8 GB
Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

A Normal Lost Phone (Plug In Digital)
Price: $9.99
Release Date: 2/3 (Pre-order available!)
Genre: Puzzle/Adventure/Board Game/Other
Size: 123 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated (iFun4all)
Price: $15.00
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Action/Arcade
Size: 204 MB
Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo (ARC SYSTEM WORKS)
Price: $22.50
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Action/RPG
Size: 1 GB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

A Hole New World (Dolores Ent.)
Price: $15.00
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Adventure/Action/Arcade/Platformer
Size: 856 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Subsurface Circular (Ant Workshop)
Price: $8.99
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Adventure/Puzzle
Size: 546 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

ACA NEOGEO SENGOKU 2 (HAMSTER)
Price: $10.50
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Action/Arcade
Size: 87 MB
1 – 2 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Arcade Archives STAR FORCE (HAMSTER)
Price: $10.50
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Shooter/Arcade
Size: 73 MB
1 – 2 Players (Local)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Poisoft Thud Card (POISOFT)
Price: $4.50
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Arcade
Size: 76 MB
Player (Local) 1 – 4 Players (Online/Local Wireless)
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Totes the Goat (Atooi)
Price: $7.50
Release Date: 2/3
Genre: Arcade/Puzzle/Platformer/Action
Size: 140 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Grid Mania (QubicGames)
Price: $5.99
Release Date: 3/3
Genre: Puzzle/Education/Training/Board Game
Size: 152 MB
1 Player
Trailer
Website
Twitter

Pre-Orders

 Fear Effect Sedna (SQUARE ENIX) – $26.95 until 20/3, then $29.95 – Releases 7/3
 
Scribblenauts Showdown (WB Games) – $54.95 – Releases 9/3
 
Steredenn: Binary Stars (Plug In Digital) – $19.99 – Releases 9/3
 
Kirby Star Allies (Nintendo) – $79.95 – Releases 16/3
 A.O.T. 2 (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) – $105.00 – Releases 20/3
 A.O.T. 2 Deluxe Edition
(KOEI TECMO EUROPE) – $150.00 – Releases 20/3
 Manticore – Galaxy on Fire (Koch Media) –  $27.00 until 22/3 then $30.00

Demos

 Kirby Star Allies (Nintendo) – Free

Current Offers

 Astro Bears Party (QubicGames) – $6.00 until 4/3, normally $7.50
 
Robonauts (QubicGames) – $18.00 until 4/3, normally $
22.50
 
Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition (Ratalaika Games) – $10.20 until 5/3, normally $12.00
 NBA Playgrounds – Enhanced Edition (Saber Interactive Incorporated) – $15.00 until 5/3, normally $30.00
 Energy Balance (Sometimes You) – $3.60 until 5/3, normally $4.50
 Black the Fall (SandSailorStudio) – $18.36 until 8/3, normally $22.95
 Slime-san (Fabraz) – $10.05 until 8/3, normally $15.00
 Typoman (Wales Interactive) – $15.60 until 8/3, normally $19.50
 Hollow (Forever Entertainment) – $26.10 until 8/3, normally $29.00
 Toki Tori 2+: Nintendo Switch Edition (Two Tribes Publishing) – $15.07 until 9/3, normally $22.50
 Woodle Tree Adventures (ChubbyPixel) – $6.75 until 10/3, normally $7.50
 Never Stop Sneakin’ (Humble Hearts) – $12.97 until 12/3, normally $19.50
 Nine Parchments (Frozenbyte) – $22.50 until 15/3, normally $30.00
 Caveman Warriors (JanduSoft) – $13.65 until 15/3, normally $19.50
 Mad Carnage (QubicGames) – $6.00 until 19/3, normally $7.50
 Heart&Slash (BLG-Publishing) – $18.90 until 21/3, normally $21.00
 Nightmare Boy (Badland Games) – $13.50 until 21/3, normally $15.00
 Tumblestone (QuantumAstroGuild) – $11.99 until 22/3, normally $19.99
 Nuclien (SPRINGLOADED) – $3.74 until 28/3, normally $4.99
 Ultra Hyperball (SPRINGLOADED) – $10.50 until 28/3, normally $15.00

 

 Brick Thru (RCMADIAX) – $2.25
 The Alliance Alive Demo (SEGA) – Free

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About The Author
Troy Wassenaar
The Vooks eShop guy. Long time Nintendo fan, addicted to Mario Kart.
  • Marco
    March 2, 2018 at 11:21 am

    Are you only doing Switch updates from now on? The 3DS got a demo for Alliance Alive today which is the kind of info that I read these updates for. I do understand that both the 3DS and Wii U are dying off so it makes sense but I’m still disappointed.

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