Nintendo Download for 7/30/20

Thursday, July 30th, 2020

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Life has been crazy lately, but that’s what videogames are for. To get us through tumult and inspire our imagination. This Nintendo Download isn’t the largest, but there’s still some quality games. Hell, there’s even mobile news, and that’s quite rare. Besides that, there’s the usual contenders, including featured titles, game sales and digital goodies. Let’s start with the casual title everybody seems to love.

Nintendo Download | Skully

It appears that Animal Crossing: New Horizons is officially celebrating Summer with the wave 2 update. It will add fireworks displays, dream islands and more to the popular entry. But thankfully that’s not all for featured titles. You can also race through the skies in Lost Wing or roll through perilous lands in Skully. Some pretty eclectic fare, for sure. Let’s continue with news from Dr. Mario World.

Nintendo Download | Lost Wing

Dr. Mario World One-Year Anniversary – The free-to-start Dr. Mario World game has reached its one-year milestone and the mobile game has continued to grow with fun new features. To mark the occasion, Dr. Mario World players can now receive 8-Bit Dr. Mario, a playable character with special skills, as a free login bonus. 8-Bit Dr. Mario is available now and can be acquired until Aug. 30 at 10:59 p.m. PT.

Nintendo Download | Heroes of Hammerwatch Ultimate Edition

It wouldn’t be a Nintendo Download without some sales. There’s some interesting ones to check out this week. Fans of multiplayer can enjoy Aeolis Tournament for $12.74; SHMUP fans can play UBERMOSH:BLACK for only $0.49; those who want to get lost in the tropics can try Summer in Mara for $21.24; platformer fans can try FLATLAND Vol. 1 for $0.99; or if you prefer tactical mayhem, try Children of Zodiarcs for $13.49; for a hardcore Metroidvania, try 3000th Duel for $8.99; you can nab a hefty discount for Blacksad: Under the Skin for only $19.99; those looking for old school might enjoy Whipseey for $0.99; those looking to take a chance can try OTTTD: Over The Top Tower Defense for $0.79; and lastly, for a surreal adventure, try Figment for $4.99. To see the other discounted Switch games, just click here.

Nintendo Download | FAIRY TAIL

There’s only a couple of digital offerings for next week’s Nintendo Download. Those are Mystery Mine and Steam Tactics. For this week’s digital games, just keep on reading.

Nintendo Download | Nowhere Prophet

Buckle up, there’s far more digital games for this week’s Nintendo Download! Retro fans only have a couple options – Dodo Peak and SAMURAI SHODOWN NEOGEO COLLECTION. Strategy fans have a lot to enjoy – Heroes of Hammerwatch – Ultimate Edition, Kingdom Rush, Locomotion, Naught and Sagrada. RPG fans should appreciate FAIRY TAIL, The Executioner and Nowhere Prophet. For a trio of weird, there’s Cubers: Arena, Merchant of the Skies and Mini Island Challenge Bundle. And last but certainly not least, try the following for narrative adventures – Buried Stars, Nicole and Spiral Memoria -The Summer I Meet Myself-.

Nintendo Download | Naught

Overall, not a bad Nintendo Download. Thanks for joining oprainfall for your weekly dose of Nintendo goodness, and be sure to tune in next time!

Nintendo Download | Buried Stars

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.