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"You won't believe it--you won't believe it--"<p>Knives Out (not the Rian Johnson film or the Radiohead song) has made a surprise appearance on the Japanese Switch eShop. It's another free-to-play battle royale game, a remnant of a time before PUBG Mobile. News of the release first appeared over on Nintendo Life.</p><p>By the looks of things, the Switch version is a fairly standard port of the iOS and Android originals, fit with microtransactions and some really rather muddy visuals. Regardless of the existence of other, more popular mobile battle royales, folks still seem to be playing and enjoying Knives Out. Perhaps it's doing something neat and different? The tweet below, which also features several lovely screenshots, suggests the game is a lot more vehicle-focused than Fortnite. Kinda interesting, I guess.<p>So that strange Japanese free-to-play title is basically fortnite on #NintendoSwitch However you use lots different vehicles than latter. pic.twitter.com/A5eNugiPTp— Leigh Wynne (@leighwynne33) October 31, 2019Most of your time will be spent scouring the map for loot and improved gear, all while carefully taking on rival players in (maybe?) intense combat. Oh, and it comes to us from gaming giant NetEase, developers of just about everything that wasn’t made by Tencent. It reminds me of that other one, Rules of Survival. </p><p>I certainly like some of the costumes on offer, and the game seems a tad sillier than the more straight-faced PUBG, so maybe it's worth a punt on Switch after all? It's free, as I say, which is a very fair price. It also makes sense to bring some PUBG clones over to Switch if Tencent is in no hurry to offer its megahit on Nintendo's platform.</p>
Consents bewitched, ere he desire, have granted,<p>Have you checked State of Play's INKS, its latest game yet? We thought it was quite the original pinball game in our review, calling it a "visually attractive bite-sized pinball game that's suitable for fans and newcomers alike".</p><p>But outside of INKS, State of Play also made some really clever and equally gorgeous games that you can get for free today.</p><p>Up first, you can now grab Lume, the prequel to Lumino City that may be brief but is definitely worth seeing. Get it here.</p><p>Finally, KAMI, a puzzler in which you must color tiles of paper, is also free for the first time. It's available here.</p><p>Both are worth it at their full price so for free, it's a no brainer. Pick up INKS or Lumino City if you want to support the developers for these amazing gifts.</p>
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<p>NVIDIA's SHIELD Android TV is a powerful set-top box that's perfect for home entertainment, with 4K capability and 7:1 surround sound, and it's also a gaming monster. With a top-end Tegra X1 mobile processor as its beating heart it can deliver quality Android games straight to your big screen TV, but it's when you add GeForce NOW to the mix that it really comes alive.</p><p>GeForce NOW is NVIDIA's cloud gaming service: a Netflix for games that brings you amazing PC games in maximum detail at up to 60fps 1080p. Six datacenters worldwide do all the hard work and stream games straight to your SHIELD and onto your TV screen, ready to play straight away without any of the usual downloads, installation and setup chores.</p><p>If you have a SHIELD then you can sign up right now and get three months' subscription absolutely free, and then pay just $7.99 a month after that to access an ever-growing library of excellent and varied games to suit all tastes. And on top of the games that come included with your subscription, there's also a collection of premium titles that you can buy and play instantly (as well as being sent a key so that you can play them on your PC as well).</p><p>And right now's the perfect time to sign up, as the SHIELD Summer Sale is just kicking off, with up to 75% off the price of some of GeForce NOW's best premium games.</p>
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<p>Flippfly, the maker of the excellent Race the Sun, has announced a new game along with a release date. Evergarden will be playable on iOS on August 16th, just two weeks away!</p><p>
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