<p>It's been a little quiet on Switch this week, but when you've got the absolute unbridled joy of Pikuniku landing on your platform, what more could you really ask for? Well, how about some of these other games we're going to bring to your attention?</p><p>Indeed, it's that time of the week where we look at what's coming out on Switch, sifting through the masses of games to find the true gems that need your attention - or your downloads, at least.</p><p>We'll cover as much as we can, but this is by no means a comprehensive list. Instead, we want to pick out games we know you'll love, or at least the ones that are big and important, alongside a few of the smaller games you may not have seen yet.</p><p>And we'll try to hit as many genres as we can, so there should be something here for everyone. But don't get mad if there's nothing you like! We are at the whims of the publishers and developers just like you.</p><p>So, grab yourself a cuppa, get your Switch, and let's dig in and see what new games you can get for yourself this week. You never know, your next favourite game of all time may be hiding amongst our list. And be sure to comment if you find something which you do decide to pick up - we'd love to hear what's taken your fancy this week.Pikuniku</p><p>Price: £11.69/$12.99</p><p>Official Description: "Pikuniku is an absurdly wonderful puzzle-exploration game that takes place in a strange but playful world where not everything is as happy as it seems. Help peculiar characters overcome struggles, uncover a deep state conspiracy, and start a fun little revolution in this delightful dystopian adventure!"</p>The Goat and the Goatherd
<p>PewDiePie's gross-out dungeon crawler, Poopdie, has finally launched for iOS after Apple rejected it earlier this month for featuring "crude imagery and sound effect [sic] which may disgust users", according to developer Bulbware.</p><p>The initial ruling caused a small internet uproar among PewDiePie fans, who have been waiting to play Poopdie for years now. The game appears to take plenty of inspiration from Ed McMillen's classic roguelike, The Binding of Isaac. While it might be similarly gross, Poopdie does seem to be a lot more lighthearted, with a big focus on scatological humour.<p>Download Poopdie by PewDiePie and Bulbware today (it's free - and that's a great price)! Apple https://t.co/Ad0xiobh83Android https://t.co/xhuFoWtL9P@PoopdieGameYou have been listened! Read more on our blog https://t.co/H9YqoP5HfP#poopdie #pewdiepie #bulbware pic.twitter.com/eRdU8BJCVg— Poopdie (@PoopdieGame) December 23, 2019It takes place in a world where folks have forgotten how to fart and defecate. Poopdie, a small worm-like creature, is seemingly one of the few who still has the ability to do both, much to the disgust of his aggressive neighbours.</p><p>Combat sees you relying on Poopdie's "poopcrafting" skills to mix together different foods, poop them out, then have them function as specific unit types. It's all very silly and (hopefully) fun.</p><p>Ex-Ed Ric previewed it late last year, saying that "Poopdie is a solid dungeon crawler with an aesthetic to design a very particular audience. And that audience, based on the laughter booming through the booth as the story was explained to passers-by, will absolutely love it."</p>
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