Nintendo Switch: 10 ports to look forward to for the rest of 2019

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#5. Cat Quest II

Cat Quest was easily one of the most pleasant surprises of 2017. On the surface, it looks like a cheaply made mobile game for kids, but not only is it incredibly charming and funny, it’s deceptively deep and addictive. If you have a Nintendo Switch and don’t have it already, I highly recommend you download Cat Quest now; you will not be disappointed one bit.

This is just one example of Nintendo Switch being the preferred platform now for indie games, but it’s also the whole idea that while it smaller games might not seem worth firing up on your big home console attached to your giant TV screen, these smaller experiences come across great on your smaller Nintendo Switch.

Cat Quest II doesn’t have a specific release date, but it is slated to come out this year for the Nintendo Switch and just about every other platform. Like most indie games coming out these days though, it just feels most at home on Nintendo’s console hybrid. There’s a certain intangible quality that makes these kinds of games feel better on a platform you can play anywhere.