5 best card games for Nintendo Switch

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When it comes to card games, there are so many different varieties. From board games that have you playing with cards to collectible card games, to games that just have cards as a sub-aspect to the game itself. Card games have been around for a long, long time, and though there are a lot of card games on Nintendo Switch, it can be hard to pick which ones you want to spend your money on and dive into. If you prefer simulation games to card games, just click on the link and you're in for a treat! We have looked at a bunch of different card games and have picked out our top 5, that you can play on the Nintendo Switch. You won’t lose your cards and can still bring your game with you, wherever you go, due to the small nature of the Nintendo Switch. In case you like any of the mentioned games, head out to Nintendo Store and get it! ... [MORE]

Top 5 best real-time online multiplayer games for Nintendo Switch

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When it comes to playing with other people, online, you probably don’t want to wait around for the other player to make their moves, just sitting there staring at your screen. Luckily for you, there are plenty of online multiplayer games that allow you to play, in real-time, with your friends using the internet. It’s worth mentioning that you may need a Nintendo Online subscription to actually play through your internet with other people, not in your house, but many of these games will also have a local-player mode to enjoy too. This list of online multiplayer games for the Nintendo Switch covers a bunch of different genres, so there is something for everyone, as long as one of your friends has these games to play along with you! ... [MORE]

Top 10 best games we'd love to play on Android phones and tablets

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Fans of Android devices have had it rough. Not only do they miss out on Apple Arcade exclusives, but there are plenty of games that are released only for iOS, too. Google Play’s open market provides a wide space for games to make their mark with Early Access and other options, but some of the higher quality games never make it to the platform. There’s a huge gamut of different types of Android phones and tablets, each with different specs, including powerhouses like the new ROG phones and devices like the Nvidia Shield, which is basically the equivalent of a Nintendo Switch. With each new generation, we are getting closer to console-quality graphics on our portable devices, but we’re not quite there yet. ... [MORE]

Top 10 best retro-inspired games for Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo themselves have been making games since consoles were a thing. So it’s no surprise that there are tons of retro games for the Nintendo Switch. Many game developers talk about playing on Nintendo devices when they were younger and talk about their dream of getting their games onto the Nintendo Switch. Here are the best RPGs you can play on Nintendo Switch at the moment! ... [MORE]

Top 10 best collectible card games on Nintendo Switch

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If you are a fan of card games, there are plenty to choose from, especially when you are talking about collectible card games on the Nintendo Switch. There are so many different options, it might be hard to explore and figure out what games are worth playing. Some collectible card games have solo modes while other games have online multiplayer, allowing you to challenge friends or strangers and see if you can come out on top. Some of these collectible card games have you building up a deck for your go while other ones have you unlocking new cards that you can keep, having you refine your deck before taking on your opponents. There are lots of fun to be had when it comes to keeping track of your cards and strategically picking the best decks. ... [MORE]

Bike Baron 2, Cornfox & Brothers’s sequel to the stunt-filled motorbike mayhem, is now open for pre-order

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Now available for pre-order, Cornfox & Brothers’s smash hit motorbike extravaganza gets a sequel with Bike Baron 2. The highly anticipated game is set to release for iOS globally on May 27th, ensuring more sick stunts and wacky wipe-outs with every new track. Bike Baron 2 promises to bring the same gravity-defying flavour to the sequel with all-new tricks, puzzles, and a ridiculous amount of fun for motorbike adrenaline junkies. According to Heikki Repo, Creative Director from Cornfox & Bros., “We’re excited to announce that Bike Baron 2 is coming! We’ve been listening to the community’s calls for a sequel and started development on this back in mid-2019, but we purposely kept it under wraps until we knew that we had something that truly does the original justice. Soon everyone will be able to enjoy this stunt-filled sandbox and scratch that inner daredevil itch!” ... [MORE]

App Army Assemble: Tender: Creature Comforts - Should you swipe left or right on this cutesy dating sim?

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Tender: Creature Comforts is the latest effort from indie developer Kenny Sun. Unlike his previous games, which are mostly puzzlers, this is a space dating sim that sees you swiping your way through various dating profiles. We decided to hand the game over to our App Army to see if they could find some extraterrestrial love. Here's what they said: ... [MORE]

What to expect from MU Archangel, the exciting mobile spin-off from MU Online

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Whether you’re a fan of the Dark Knight’s close-quarters combat or the AoE damage of the Dark Wizard, MU Archangel has enough adrenaline-pumping thrills for both newbie and veteran players alike. With Webzen’s mobile spin-off of the insanely popular MU Online, the hype is very much real - not only do players get to experience everything they know and love about the franchise reimagined in a brand-new way, but they can also explore exciting new content that suits their playstyle best. For the wide-eyed beginner to the wonderful world of MU, what exactly can you expect from MU Archangel’s core gameplay elements? ... [MORE]

Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team debuts new players in 2021 Season J.League collaboration

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KLab has released a new update for its head-to-head football simulation game Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team for iOS and Android devices. This new update is a collaboration between the game and the J.League, Japan’s professional football league. Starting today, players wearing the official 2021 season J.League uniforms will appear in the game. All 42 teams from the 2021 Meiji Yasuda J1 League and the 2021 Meiji Yasuda J2 League are being represented and will be available to collect. ... [MORE]