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“SUM – Slay Uncool Monsters,” “Epitaph,” and at the moment’s different new releases and gross sales – MCM Gaming

Hello dear readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for January 12th, 2021. Today we have some more new releases to watch, and by and large it’s a little better than what we saw yesterday. Tomorrow … well, we’ll talk about tomorrow when it gets here. We have summaries of the new games as well as the latest inbound and outbound sales. There’s some news about the Bowser’s Fury add-on mode in the upcoming Super Mario 3D World port, but that information hasn’t arrived at the time of writing. We will report on it tomorrow, friends. Let’s look at what we have now!

New publications

SUM – Kill Unrefrigerated Monsters ($ 5.99)

SwitchArcade highlight!

All role-playing games are math battles when it comes down to it. Slay Uncool Monsters is a bit more open. Free dungeons by battling monsters … with math! Each monster presents a sum and you must use the numbers on the board to add, subtract, multiply, or divide that sum. Make your way through campaign mode or go to endless mode to see how far your math skills can take you. If you need to freshen up, you can try the practice mode. It’s easy to see that this started out as a mobile game, but it’s unique and fun on the Switch too.

ACT IT OUT XL! A Game of Charades ($ 11.99)

This is exactly what you would think. It is a charade game that you can play with up to eight local players. There are a number of categories with over three thousand secret phrases to keep the fun going. It is very well made for what it is. So if you are looking for a charade game this will do the job well. That’s really all that goes with it, so we’ll call that description here.

Epitaph ($ 12.99)

Epitaph is pretty neat, mixing a Darkest Dungeon style combat system with a real time component from Final Fantasy ATB. You select a team of three reapers out of thirteen and wage fast-paced but tactical battles against enemies. You can play against another player in local multiplayer and that’s the best way to play. There is a single player mode but it is nowhere near as interesting as it focuses on solving combat puzzles. There is a lot of content with 150+ puzzles to solve, but it just isn’t that much fun facing another human player. An online mode would have been very, very welcome here. When you have someone to play with, it’s fantastic. Otherwise, it’s harder to sell.

Dead Ground ($ 9.99)

Tired of the tower defense? Tired of Zombies? Tired of mediocre games? Dead Ground gives you all three in one convenient package! While it’s a wave-based tower defense game (with random elements that allow you to use the term “roguelike” for marketing purposes), this is one of those games that really matters about your avatar and how well you stay can be on top of things. And how well you can keep track of things largely depends on how lucky you are with gun spawns. I don’t know, I can kind of see what the developer was up to here, but it just doesn’t work.

Virtual battle ($ 7.69)

This is a four player action game that can be played on a local split screen. Unfortunately not online. There are four different worlds in which you can fight. You can play alone, some missions need to be completed and you need to focus on getting high scores along the way. However, it seems that the game’s focus is on multiplayer. I wouldn’t expect too much from this, but I’m sure I don’t have to say this if the price of the game is under eight dollars. This comes from SAT-BOX who developed all of those desktop sports games and the Voxel series, and I would imagine you can expect a similar level of quality from this.

Mahjong Adventure ($ 7.99)

Well it’s a mahjong solitaire game. Also sometimes known as Shanghai. You’ve seen it before, you’ve probably played it before, and you probably don’t need another. But if you do, it seems fine. Nothing too wild, but good. Production values ​​seem fine for what it is. There’s not really much to set it apart from the next Mahjong Solitaire game, so there’s not much more to say.

Espacio Cosmic Light-Seeker ($ 3.49)

No matter how much I’ve read about this game, I can’t figure out exactly what it is. Is this probably a good thing? It seems like an adventure game of sorts, with lots of strange characters and interesting interactions. But beyond that, your guess is as good as mine. I suppose it’s only a few bucks if you want to find out.

sales

(North American eShop, US prices)

There is not much to consider in today’s list of new sales. A few good games, but probably games you’ve seen and passed on for sale before. If I had to pick a few highlights, I’d go for the Smash TV-like Galaxy Champions TV, the challenging Wizard of Legend, and the one-of-a-kind Carto. The outbox is a little more interesting. The last sale of Arcade Archives is coming to an end, and as usual there is no telling whether or when these games will be discounted again in the future. There are some other great games on the list, but I expect most of them to be back for sale in a few months at the most. Take a look.

Select New Games For Sale

Dustoff Z. ($ 7.79 from $ 11.99 to 1/17)
Spinny’s journey ($ 11.99 from $ 14.99 to 1/18)
Fall gummies ($ 1.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/19)
Aegis defender ($ 4.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/21)
Wizard of legend ($ 6.39 from $ 15.99 through 1/21)
Carto ($ 15.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/22)
Legend of the numbers ($ 2.09 from $ 2.99 to 1/23)
Galaxy Champions TV ($ 1.99 from $ 6.99 to 1/25)
Single line cooking ($ 3.49 from $ 6.99 to 1/25)
Mana Spark ($ 1.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/26)
Blazing Beaks ($ 1.99 from $ 14.99 to 1/26)
HyperParasite ($ 2.49 from $ 17.99 to 1/26)


Tharsis ($ 3.59 from $ 11.99 to 1/26)
Dex ($ 5.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/26)
Warlock 2: Godslaughter ($ 1.99 from $ 17.99 to 1/26)
Figment ($ 3.79 from $ 19.99 to 1/31)
Airborne: Jump ‘n’ Run ($ 4.49 from $ 5.99 to 1/31)
Dance latin ($ 8.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/31)
Top Gun Air Combat ($ 7.49 from $ 9.99 to 1/31)
Promotion: Race for the future ($ 10.71 from $ 16.49 through 2/1)
Bubble Cats Rescue ($ 1.99 from $ 3.99 to 2/1)
Super mega space blaster ($ 2.49 from $ 4.99 to 2/1)

Sale ends tomorrow, Wednesday January 13th

ACA NEOGEO Aero Fighters 2 ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
ACA NEOGEO Fatal Fury 3 ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
ACA NEOGEO last resort ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
ACA NEOGEO metal screw X. ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
ACA NEOGEO Robo Army ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Aery: Broken memories ($ 7.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Arcade Archives Crazy Climber ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Arcade Archive Moon Cresta ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Arcade Archive Ninja Kid ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Arcade Archive Ninja Kid II ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Arcade Archive Terra Force ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Black paradox ($ 4.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Blacksea Odyssey ($ 2.59 from $ 12.99 to 1/13)
Deflate the entire bundle ($ 4.19 from $ 27.99 through 1/13)
Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch ($ 7.49 from $ 29.99 to 1/13)


Catch ‘Em Goldfish Scooping ($ 1.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Couch Co-Op Bundle Vol. 2 ($ 6.89 from $ 45.99 through 1/13)
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled ($ 19.99 from $ 39.99 to 1/13)
Crash Team Racing NO Edition ($ 29.99 from $ 59.99 to 1/13)
Demon pit ($ 2.49 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
The princess of fate ($ 7.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary ($ 4.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Elliot ($ 4.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Adorable mahjong match ($ 1.99 from $ 4.99 to 1/13)
Escape trick: 35 puzzles ($ 9.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/13)
Fall of Light: Darkest ($ 2.99 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
feather ($ 4.89 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Flashback ($ 1.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/13)
Shape. 8 ($ 1.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
frost ($ 2.59 from $ 12.99 to 1/13)


Mushroom explosion ($ 9.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/13)
Gabbuchi ($ 3.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Gakuen Club ($ 12.49 from $ 24.99 to 1/13)
Glass masquerade pack ($ 3.29 from $ 21.99 to 1/13)
Golem Gates ($ 6.24 from $ 24.99 to 1/13)
Horror Bundle Vol. 1 ($ 4.56 from $ 30.49 to 1/13)
Hyper Sentinel ($ 1.99 from $ 7.99 to 1/13)
Indie Darling Bundle Vol. 3 ($ 7.56 from $ 50.49 to 1/13)
INK & HackyZack Bundle ($ 2.24 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Kauil’s treasure ($ 4.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Letter Quest Remastered ($ 2.99 from $ 11.99 to 1/13)
Max Reloaded II ($ 2.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Monster killer ($ 3.74 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
My secret pets! ($ 10.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Secret of Woolley Mountain ($ 1.99 from $ 12.99 to 1/13)


Shameful ($ 3.74 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Nightshade ($ 28.79 from $ 47.99 through 1/13)
Odallus: The Dark Call ($ 2.99 from $ 11.99 to 1/13)
Omega maze life ($ 27.59 from $ 59.99 to 1/13)
Oniken: Unstoppable ($ 2.49 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Pixel Art Bundle Vol. 1 ($ 5.69 from $ 37.99 through 1/13)
Pub encounter ($ 8.49 from $ 16.99 to 1/13)
Reverse crawl ($ 3.24 from $ 12.99 to 1/13)
Risk of rain 2 ($ 12.49 from $ 24.99 to 1/13)
Roombo: First blood ($ 1.99 from $ 4.99 to 1/13)
Screen chat: Unplugged ($ 2.46 from $ 12.99 to 1/13)
Secrets of mine ($ 10.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Silk ($ 3.89 from $ 12.99 to 1/13)
Skelly Selest ($ 2.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Slain: Back from Hell ($ 4.99 from $ 19.99 to 1/13)


Slayaway Camp: butcher cut ($ 3.74 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Snakeybus ($ 5.99 from $ 11.99 to 1/13)
Spirit Arena ($ 4.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
Straimium Immortaly ($ 3.59 from $ 11.99 to 1/13)
Super blood hockey ($ 4.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
The amazing Shinsengumi ($ 5.99 from $ 11.99 to 1/13)
The charming realm ($ 12.49 from $ 24.99 to 1/13)
The last dead end ($ 4.99 from $ 9.99 to 1/13)
The number puzzle ($ 2.49 from $ 4.99 to 1/13)
You bleed pixels ($ 7.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Unexplored ($ 4.49 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
Valfaris full metal mode ($ 11.24 from $ 24.99 to 1/13)
Lose swing ($ 3.74 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)
XenoRaptor ($ 3.74 from $ 14.99 to 1/13)

That’s all for today, friends. Tomorrow there are at least seven games on the agenda, at least five of which look pretty rough. Well, we’ll have summaries of that anyway. There will be some news too, mostly the Mario store and the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate event. Of course, the new and outgoing sales are also covered. I hope you all have a nice Tuesday and as always, thanks for reading!

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