Nintendo Switch Online Adds Harvest Moon and Kirby To Game Library

Nintendo has today revealed that they will be bringing some old favourites to their Nintendo Switch Online service. Here’s what is available this month.

In an effort to bring back some old favourites to their subscription service, Nintendo has revealed that four classic games will be joining their catalogue this month. These are games that were popular for the NES, SNES and Game Boy. So let the nostalgia begin. 

Nintendo Switch Online Adds Four New Games

As of today, Switch Online members will have access to Harvest Moon, Mystery Tower, Blaster Master: Enemy Below and Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble. 

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First released in Japan in 1996, Harvest Moon is a farm-simulation role-playing video game originally developed for the SNES. With the first game now being titled ‘Story of Seasons,’ you are tasked with maintaining your grandfather’s farm by tending to crops, selling your harvests and building relationships with your fellow villagers. 

Mystery Tower released in 1986 for the NES. You take on the role of an archeologist as you use wit and skill to ascend to the top of the tower. With plenty of brain-teasers and action, this puzzle game will be released worldwide for the first time with Switch Online. 

Harvest Moon will be available on Nintendo Switch Online this month
Credit: Nintendo

Blaster Master: Enemy Below was a Game Boy Colour classic released back in 2000. The 2D action-platformer will continue the story of Jason who you first met in Blaster Master 2. The side scrolling adventure features an open environment where you can utilise Jason’s guns and abilities. Not only that but you can expect an epic soundtrack with it. 

Last but not least, Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble was released in Japan in 2000 for the Game Boy. The action puzzle game incorporates motion controls which you will use to direct marble-like Kirby. The Nintendo Switch version will incorporate gyro controls. 

Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble (Credit: Nintendo)

If you wish to hear more about the new titles heading to Nintendo Switch Online, check out the official blog post.

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