4 Switch Japanese Indie Games to Spice Up Your Life!
Jul 15, 2020
Let’s be real, there are a lot of amazing games out there. From something cutesy like Animal Crossing, all the way to a darker one like Resident Evil. Since there are just way too many games out there, some awesome works from indie game developers got lost along with the list. Worry not, we are here with 4 Switch Japanese indie games to spice up your life!
From the indie game developer known as Suxamethonium (Suxa’s game), came a nostalgic voxel art action-RPG called Hakoniwa Explorer Plus. This Japanese indie game feature a variety of monster girl who’d beat you up in their own…’ special way’ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
One Way Heroics Plus a.k.a Katamichi Yuusha Plus is the perfect Japanese indie game to bring back nostalgia. SmokingWOLF, the indie game developers behind it, use a classic RPG approach where we, the hero, have to travel across the land in order to beat the Demon Lord before it is too late.
Sumire no Sora, or Sumire for short, is a charming Japanese indie game which took set in a mystical Japanese mountain village. This narrative-driven game focuses on Sumire, who was given a list of tasks by the mountain’s mischievous spirit that need to be cleared before night falls. Unfortunately, the indie game developers behind Sumire, GameTOMO, have not announced its release date.
This Japanese indie game is slightly different from the rest of the list. Infected Maze, or Kansen Maze, is a zombie first-person shooter. The main objective of this game is to help the main character sister who is asking for help in a maze-like hospital. Although the premise of the game is simple, the indie game developers behind it managed to bring the chilling environment to live.
So those are our list of 4 Switch Japanese indie games to spice up your life! We highly recommend you guys to give them a shot, or at least look forward to them, as we personally think that those Japanese indie games have tons of potential. Some of them might not be out yet, but be sure to keep an eye for them. After all, it’s always nice to support indie game developers :)