Many NES games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online

Many NES games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online
Many NES games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online

In recent days Nintendo has been on everyone’s lips, given that they gave the best participation of the summer events with their live stream in which they gave us good news such as the return of Mario & Luigias well as the arrival of a new Zelda where the princess has the main role. And all these revelations have not been enough, because today they revealed new additions to the Switch Online service, with some classics that will surely come to the minds of many.

Among the releases we have Cobra Triangle, Solar Jetma, The Mystery of Atlantis, Mach Rider, Golf, Donkey Kong Jr Math y por último, Urban Champion. Which can already be obtained on the service as of this moment, and it is strange, because the company normally gives dates for the launches and does not release them in the same revelation.

Here is the trailer:

Here is the information about each game:

Cobra Triangle: is a 1988 vehicular combat racing video game developed by Rare and released by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The player controls a speedboat equipped with weapons through 25 levels. Objectives include winning races, saving swimmers, and defusing bombs. The game also features power-ups and is displayed from an isometric 3D perspective with auto-scrolling that follows the player’s movement.

Solar Jetman: is an action-adventure video game developed by Rare and published by Tradewest for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1990. It is the third game in the “Jetman” series, which began with “Jetpac” and continued with “Lunar Jetman”. “Solar Jetman” is considered a challenging and technically impressive game for the NES, and is appreciated by fans of adventure and space exploration games.

Mystery of Atlantis: is a side-scrolling platform video game developed and published by Sunsoft and released for the home computer in 1986. The game is set in the mythical land of Atlantis. The player controls an Afiist adventurer named Wynn, winwhose objective is to save his master being held captive in the final level.

Mach Rider: is a futuristic racing video game created by Nintendo. It was one of eighteen launch titles for the Nintendo Entertainment System console in America in October 1985. A month later it would appear in Japan. In March 1987, coinciding also with the launch of the NES, it would be released in Europe and the rest of the PAL territories.

GOLFGolf: was developed and published by Nintendo and released in 1984. This title is one of the first sports games for the NES console and features a basic golf simulation. Golf for the NES is known for being one of the first sports games to use a three-click control system, which became a standard for golf games going forward. Although simple compared to modern golf simulators, Golf is considered a classic and an important starting point in the history of sports video games.

Donkey Kong Jr Math: is an educational video game developed and published by Nintendo for the NES console. It was released in 1983 and is part of the Donkey Kong series. This game is designed to teach and practice basic math skills through a series of mini-games and challenges.

Urban Champion: is a fighting video game developed and published by Nintendo for the NES console. Released in 1984, it is one of the company’s earliest fighting games. The game features street fighting between two characters in an urban setting. It is known for its simplicity and straightforward focus on fighting, lacking the complexities of other fighting games that emerged later. Although it did not reach the same level of popularity as other NES titles, it is remembered as an early classic in the fighting game genre.

Remember that you need a membership of Switch Online To access the titles, all you need is a simple membership.

Via: Nintendo

 
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