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Nintendo cranks out its latest Inside Indie World newsletter, packed with gift ideas and more

Nintendo is touting its indies once again, this time as the Holiday Season ramps up, with some cool selections for the Switch gamers on your list.

Nindies anyone

The bells are ringing, the snow is falling, and the Indies are out and ready to add to your Nintendo Switch library. As fans know well, Nintendo has put something of an emphasis on indie games when it comes to the Switch, and that’s holding true for yet another season.

Issue #4 of the Inside Indie World newsletter has arrived, and it’s packed with games to both give and get. Yes, give. While most of the offerings are of the digital variety, there are a few select physical boxed games that’d are great for gifting.

Those include Among Us, Hades, and more.

Hi everyone! 

We wanted to kick off the holiday season with the newest issue of the Inside Indie World newsletter. 

This is our biggest issue yet! You’ll want to take a peek inside for our massive Holiday Gift Guide, which includes can’t-miss collector’s editions of critically acclaimed games, as well as indies in Nintendo eShop under $20.

We’ve also got development insights from the creators of EastwardRoad 96and Aztech Forgotten Gods. Need some game tips to help you master your next indie challenge? You’re in luck! This issue has insider tips and tricks from the developers of OXENFREESlime Rancher: Plortable Edition and Sky: Children of the Light.

There are even more fun surprises waiting inside that we can’t wait for you to explore and discover. A huge thank you for continuing to support all the wonderful creators who pour their hearts into these captivating experiences on Nintendo Switch. We hope you enjoy!

Please click here to view the full newsletter. 

–Your friends at Nintendo

Check out the full issue, right here.

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