As part of their subscriptions, Nintendo Switch Online users have access to a variety of retro games for the NES, SNES, and Game Boy. Four new games for those applications have been unveiled by Nintendo today, and all of them are immediately playable.

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The games are Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble, Blaster Master: Enemy Below, Mystery Tower for the NES, Harvest Moon for the SNES, and Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble for the Game Boy. Retro gaming enthusiasts should find a lot to appreciate as a result of this substantial amount of additional material.

Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble might be the most significant game that was published today. The game was never re-released, and the original cartridge’s gyroscopic sensor made playing it on anything other than a Game Boy Color difficult. Players may now experience it the way it was meant to be experienced on Nintendo Switch because it has returned.

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Compared to the Game Boy Color handheld’s gloomy screen, the Switch console’s backlight should also make things lot easier to see! Although there aren’t many games available for the Game Boy yet, this one is undoubtedly a nice addition to the collection.

In addition, the first Harvest Moon is a welcome surprise. Although the game has been accessible in Japan since March, a North American release was not a given. While Natsume owns the Harvest Moon name, Marvelous is the owner of the game’s rights.

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There might have been some legal issues with getting the game on Nintendo Switch Online because Marvelous was obliged to change the name of the series to “Story of Seasons” in North America after it started publishing the series on its own. Players can now enjoy the first installment of the series because it appears that those problems did not stop the original game from being added to the service.