The latest Super NES and NES games for Nintendo Switch are now available, and they can evoke nostalgia. Players now have access to the 1995 SNES run and gun platformer Earthworm Jim 2along with NES titles Dig-Dug II (an action puzzle arcade game released in 1985) and Mappy-Land (a sequel to a 1986 video console).
As Nintendo describes in its YouTube description, Earthworm Jim 2 picks up where the original game left off, “after Jim’s successful rescue of Princess What’s-Her-Name.” This time, the goal this time is to stop her marriage to the evil Psy-Crow, with help from Jim’s friend Snott.
In Dig-Dug IImeanwhile, you must clear an island of vacation-destroying invaders by blowing them up until they burst or digging holes where they will fall into. Mappy-LandFinally, let’s play as a mouse trying to defeat Nyamco and his cats who have been hiding presents in Mappyland.
Along with SNES and Super NES titles, September’s Switch Online Expansion Pack added Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Nintendo 64 games as part of the plan. That paid off in March with the addition of alien soldier† Light Crusader and Super Fantasy Zone to the Mega Drive library, with Banjo-Kazooie coming to the N64 in January.
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