August 24, 2017 12:36 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If there is one European based publisher worth keeping an eye on as far as the Nintendo Switch is concerned, it’s Ratalaika Games and today, they really did let the cat out of the bag.

Ratalaika Games aren’t just publishing games for Switch, they’re helping other publisher’s port games to Switch as well and today on Twitter, we got to work with the publisher with revealing just how many games they’re involved with for Nintendo Switch. So, how many games do they have on the go? The answer is 6. Ratalaika Games have 6 games planned for Switch this year, with another 7 releasing next year and I don’t know about you, but that surely something worth bragging about!

What makes this fact even better though, is the fact that the soon to release League of Evil, last month’s I and Me and even Vaccine, which Ratalaika Games ported, are not among the 6 games that are launching this year. This means there will be 6 games in addition to the 3 I mentioned and believe it or not, four of them have been made already public, so here is a list of the 4 Switch games Ratalaika Games are involved with that releases this year:

  • Western Release of Plantera DX (Ported and Publishing.)
  • The Long Reach (Ported with Merge Games handling the Publishing.)
  • The Count Lucanor (Ported with Merge Games handling the Publishing.)
  • One More Dungeon (Ported and Publishing.)


By no means is the list the order in which the games will release, but it is the order in which Ratalaika Games’ involvement with the games was made publically known. As for the other two games releasing this year, well that would be spoilers, so we’re going to mouths zipped about them until the time is right, and while Ratalaika Games do have their hands full with games for Switch, they still have 3DS games, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita games on the way as well!


So if you’ve never played a work by Ratalaika Games before, there is a very good chance you do will very soon!

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This post was written by Jack Longman

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