Would you look at that, a raft of stellar indie games has fallen in price by up to 90 per cent in the latest round of reductions to hit the Nintendo Switch eShop.
I think the highlight of the lot is Cuphead at £12.74. The tough-as-nails run and gun action game doesn't mess around when testing your skills against its gallery of over-the-top bosses. All the while it looks wonderful too, thanks to that classic cartoon art style. Good luck if you get this one!
Speaking of super-hard games, how about The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+ for £17.99? This version of the gross-out and brilliantly-designed roguelike from Super Meat Boy's Edmund McMillen and co has all of the previous updates and expansions included. That means there are even more bizarre configurations of the poop-filled basement and strange demonic enemies to encounter. I've already lost countless hours to the PC version of this, so the idea of having it on the go as well sounds ideal.
Lastly, in terms of a sheer discount, you can't get much better than Serial Cleaner for £1.49. The slick stealthy sweep-em-up would usually set you back £15, so it seems like a no-brainer at this price to me.
You can browse the full list of current Nintendo Switch eShop offers, but I've also gathered up some of the other more interesting games on sale right here:
- VVVVVV for £4.49
- Ikaruga for £9
- Cave Story+ for £8.99
- Puzzle Quest for £6.99
- The Jackbox Party Pack 6 for £19.49
- Ni No Kuni Remastered: Wrath of the White Witch for £33.49
Think you'll get anything that's on sale?
In the physical realm, there are a few decent Switch deals going around right now. For example, you can get Minecraft for £19.99, Dr Kawashima's Brain Training for £24.99 or Tetris 99 + 12 Months Nintendo Switch Online for £17.99.
For even more Switch offers you can always take a trip over to Jelly Deals. We've got the best price for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, along with our picks for the best Nintendo Switch SD card and best power bank for Nintendo Switch.