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    Nintendo reveals 2021’s top-selling indie video games

    Nintendo’s Indie World not too long ago put out a video summing up the best-selling indie video games for 2021 (thanks Kotaku), and it’s bought some actual gems in it. Although we don’t know rating for certain, the video featured each acquainted faces and new challengers.

    The entire listing so as of look is as follows:

    • Cyber Shadow
    • Unpacking
    • Tetris Impact: Linked
    • Stick Struggle: The Recreation
    • Curse of the Lifeless Gods
    • Ender Lilies
    • Doki Doki Literature Membership Plus!
    • Spelunky 2
    • Street 96
    • Subnautica/Subnautica: Beneath Zero
    • Littlewood
    • Islanders Console Version
    • Slime Rancher: Plortable Version
    • Eastward
    • Axiom Verge 2

    A few of these video games aren’t surprises. Tetris Impact, Spelunky 2, and Subnautica are simply a number of the extra recognizable names. However showing alongside them are newer IP like Unpacking, Ender Lilies, and Eastward, all video games which have reviewed rather well however had been unproven entities sales-wise till now.

    Elsewhere on the listing, Slime Rancher continues to be a phenomenon on Swap. Individuals additionally appear eager on Axiom Verge 2 after the primary recreation bought so properly. The one recreation on the listing that’s a little bit of a head scratcher is Stick Struggle: The Recreation, a reputation that isn’t that acquainted in vital circles but nonetheless seems to promote like gangbusters, presumably from phrase of mouth.

    Regardless of the way you slice it, although, 2021 was an excellent yr for indies on Swap. And the most recent Indie World direct gave us some issues to sit up for sooner or later as properly, just like the promising RPG Sea of Stars and the brawling motion of River City Girls 2.

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