Nintendo eShop Releases This Week: 2nd January 2020 (Europe)

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This week’s Nintendo eShop releases for Europe are in, delivering new games for Nintendo Switch – as well as plenty of discounts across all platforms.

Nintendo Switch Games

Arcade Archives VS. Balloon Fight, Hamster Corporation – £6.29
VS. Balloon Fight is an action game released by Nintendo in 1984. This game features uniquely floaty controls. Two players can play thrilling balloon-popping battles simultaneously. Will you help out or butt in? You’ll have fun doing either!

Arcade Archives Penguin-Kun Wars, Hamster Corporation – £6.29
Penguin-Kun Wars is an action game released by UPL in 1985. Set in the village’s original sports Dojiball tournament, unique animal characters face off across the table to throw a ball 10 times at each other. The winner is the first side to throw all of the balls out of their area. Launch yourself through heated ball-battles, and aim for first place in the tournament.

Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch, Nintendo – £24.29
Get ready to challenge your brain in a variety of ways in Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch! Enjoy new exercises, some of them making use of the right Joy-Con’s IR Motion Camera, or tap and train with classic exercises from past Brain Training games that you can play using a stylus (included with the packaged version from retail stores) or your finger. It’s in your hands!

Jurassic Excite, Big Boys Studio – £4.49
Dinosaurs who lived in peace began to rampage with the power of magic! Help the dinosaurs with a magic hammer!

LastFight, Joindots – £24.99
LastFight is bringing 2v2 3D fighting back to your living room! Pick up any available object in one of the 8 stages and teach your opponents a lesson. Each level has specific bonuses and objects to hurl at your opponent. Will you manage to resist the temptation of the ANITRANS to win?

Link-a-Pix Deluxe, Lightwood Games –£6.99
Link-a-Pix is a clue-linking puzzle where every grid has a picture hidden inside. The aim is to reveal the picture by painting paths to link the clues. Connect pairs of clues which have the same colour and number. The number shows the length of the line which will connect them.

Alex Seedhouse
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