TinyBuild is bringing six games to the Switch including Hello Neighbor

Hello Neighbor and Other Tiny Build Games Coming To Switch

Hello Neighbor and Other Tiny Build Games Coming To Switch

Nintendo has always had a good history with indie games; their consoles often serving as an appropriate place for weird and imaginative titles to find a fan base.

Given the Nintendo Switch's continued success since its release, its no surprise publishers are lining up to port their games to the hybrid console.

Party Hard - A stealth and strategy game where you ruin your neighbor's party. All the games can be seen in the video from Tiny Builds "Hello Switch" event below.

Hello Neighbor was one of the most anticipated horror titles of previous year, with its various trailers and marketing showing off something original and different for players to enjoy. Unfortunately, once it came out, it ended up being quite the disappointment.

Hello Neighbor is arguably the biggest tinyBuild title coming to Switch in the future. It's a side-scrolling adventure game that's heavy on story, set in a post-apocalypse. Then, there's ClusterTruck, which is an insane platformer where you jump on trucks towards the finish line in increasingly ridiculous scenarios.

Punch Club - Another pixel graphics game about boxing management with multiple branching storylines. Party Hard is a amusing and gory stealth game where you have to destroy a loud party. Lastly, Streets of Rogue, which is "the worlds only shooter, RPG, action, roguelike, stealth brawler".

So far, we don't know the exact release dates of the games. The Final Station for Switch will also come with its Final Traitor DLC, making the game cheaper than its PC counterpart at $14.99 Dollars. Hello Neighbor will be going for $39.99. The rest of the games will cost you $14.99 a pop.

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