It was not that long ago that Nintendo added Excitebike 64 to the Nintendo Switch Online service, and now they have announced more new additions to the service. Nintendo has now added four more games to Nintendo Switch Online, three of which have never been released outside of Japan before. The games are Quest for Camelot (Game Boy Color), Kirby’s Star Stacker (SNES), Joy Mech Fight (NES), and Downtown Nekketsu March Super-Awesome Field Day! (NES).

A trailer showcasing the four games has been shared to Nintendo’s respective YouTube channels and social media accounts. For more information about each game, you can find the official write ups for

Are there any games there that take your interest? Let us know in the comments below.

Quest for Camelot (Game Boy Color)

Nintendo Released in: 1998

Number of players: 1

Can you save Camelot and Arthur’s kingdom?

This action-adventure game, released for the Game Boy™ Color In 1998, has you take on the role of Kayley, daughter of the slain Sir Lionel, a knight of the Round Table. King Arthur has lost his magical sword, Excalibur, and now Sir Ruber, the evil knight who killed your father, is out to claim Camelot as his own. As Kayley. it’s up to you to recover Excalibur and save Camelot. On your way, you’ll journey through nine realms and over 60 areas. learning new techniques along the way-but will it be enough?

Downtown Nekketsu March Super-Awesome Field Day!

ARC SYSTEM WORKS Released in: 1990

Number of players: 2

It’s field day, and anything can happen!

In this action game, released for the Famicom™ system in Japan In 1990, four teams face off during field day including the Nekketsu High School team, with you captaining as Kunio-kun! There are four competitions in all: the Yumemi cross-country race, the obstacle course, the ball-smashing competition, and the knock-out fight! Get the better of your rivals and aim for victory! Each competitor has different abilities, so your ability to captain will be just as important as your skills out on the field!

Joy Mech Fight™M

Nintendo Released in: 1993

Number of players: 2

Robots have gathered to test their skill against one another…

This robot-fighting game. released only in Japan for the Famicom™ system in 1993, features Dr. Little Eamon and Sukapon, a robot he created. Dr. Ivan Walnach has declared his intent to conquer the world with his robots, and it’s up to Dr. Eamon to stop him. Win battles to increase the robots you can access, and use their individual abilities and unique move types to out-battle your opponent. Each robot has four special moves you can make use of to best enemy robots you face but choosing which robot to use is key. On top of that, there are other modes outside of the story mode, including a multiplayer mode where you can challenge your friends to robot battles!

Kirby’s Star Stacker™

Nintendo Released in: 1999

Number of players: 2

Join Kirby as he stacks the falling stars with help from his friends!

Watch out for King Dedede. He is out to stop you! With a few quick moves and some well-timed strategy, you can quickly outwit him and move on to the next challenging level with a little help from Rick, Kine, and Coo, who look like a hamster. fish, and owl, respectively. Blocks rain down from above while whole lines appear from below with relentless regularity. Simply sandwich the stars between Kirby’s pals, and you’ll soon be on your way to earning a high score in pure puzzle fun!

Source: Nintendo UK (YouTube)

By Mike Scorpio

I am Chief Administrator for A news & reviews website for Nintendo related articles and merchandise. An intermediate gamer with over 20 years of experience spanning 4 decades and 4 generations of Nintendo Games Consoles From the NES up to the Wii U. I also manage our YouTube Channel where I post videos frequently ranging from Let's Plays, Unboxings, Let's Talk Abouts, Our Wii U Lv1 Playthrough Series and the Super Mario Maker Bros Show! and a whole lot more, we even have our own Miketendo64 Directs!

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