Editor’s Note: Due to site problems, this release has been moved to next week.

SteamWorld Collection

To mark its 10th year anniversary, the developers of SteamWorld are bringing the entire series to the Nintendo Switch in a special physical editions of SteamWorld Collection from Super Rare Games.

  • The SteamWorld Collection is limited to 3,000 print run copies and includes SteamWorld Dig 1 and 2, and SteamWorld Heist.
  • SteamWorld Dig will have a 5,000 limit of print run copies (with a double pack), and includes the second game on the cartridge as a bonus.
  • SteamWorld Heist will have a 6,000 limit of print run copies, including a double pack.

Collectors can also pick up trading card booster packs. Three will be included with each game out of a possible five to collect. There are even some secret shiny cards for collectors to find.

In addition to the cards, the games also come with a full-color manual.

Dig is an acclaimed indie platform mining adventure game. Players control a mining steambot named Rusty, who has arrived at an old mining town in need of his help. He’ll need to dig deep into the Earth to find riches, while an ancient threat lurks somewhere in the depths below.

Heist takes place a few centuries after the events of SteamWorld Dig 2. A crew of steambots must get aboard and shoot their way through enemy spaceships. Players take on the role of captain, as they loot the spaceships and upgrade the unique abilities, weapons, and even stylish hats of their crew.

For those who haven’t played the series and want an idea of what it’s like, you can read oprainfall’s review of SteamWorld Heist here, and Dig here.

Leah McDonald
Leah's been playing video games since her brother first bought an Atari back in the 1980s and has no plans to stop playing anytime soon. She enjoys almost every genre of game, with some of her favourites being Final Fantasy Tactics, Shadow of the Colossus, Suikoden II and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Leah lives on the East Coast with her husband and son. You can follow Leah over on Twitter @GamingBricaBrac