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Indie game publisher TinyBuild has just wrapped up its #HelloSwitch presentation stream and as promised six new ports have been announced, complete with their own individual trailers.

First up is pretty grim – The Final Station, a game where you take a train through a desolate and dying world shooting down grim specters at the various stations along the way. The Switch version will launch later this month.

Releasing next month is the much more lively Clustertruck, a game where you’ll find yourself jumping from hauler to hauler as they speed down weird locales. It definitely looks like the game for speed run and high score fiends.

After that we’ll see the weird boxing RPG hybrid Punch Club launch in May. With a dramatic tongue in cheek story, you’ll build up your character by exercising and taking various odd-jobs to increase stats, all while ’80s references are abundant.

The next game, releasing in Summer 2018, is perhaps the grisliest of the bunch. Essentially Hitman taken up to eleven, you’re tasked with stopping a party in the goriest way possible with numerous traps and environmental hazards.

While its name might make you think of a certain classic Sega beat ’em up, Streets of Rogue has more in common with the top-down roguelike as you explore randomly generated maps mowing down waves of enemies. It has a TBA 2018 release date.

The final game is Hello Neighbor, which actually leaked slightly before the stream. In this surreal survival horror title you have to break into the titular neighbors house to uncover a secret in the basement, all the while the avoiding being caught. The neighbors AI adjusts to account for previous playthroughs though, so you have to remember your previous attempts. This game also has an unspecified release date.

It’s definitely a strong showing from TinyBuild on Switch! Hopefully we’ll see even more games from them in the years to come.

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Written by Tom Brown

Whether it’s an exciting new entry in a series long established or a weird experiment meant only for the dedicated, Tom is eager to report on it. Rest assured, if Nintendo ever announces Elite Beat Agents 2, he’ll be there.