Nintendo Switch: These are the best-selling indie games of 2021

Shortly before the turn of the year, Nintendo takes another look at the past twelve months around the Nintendo Switch. The focus is on the best-selling indie games of 2021 for the hybrid console. There is also a suitable video to be seen, which of course we do not want to withhold from you.

These are the best-selling indie games for the Nintendo Switch in 2021

On the list of top sellers from the indie sector there are a few games that are certainly not particularly big surprises. In addition, titles like Tetris Effect: Connected, the platformer Axiom Verge 2 and that Spelunky 2, which is very popular with the fans counting. The popular survival game Subnautica is also part of the game. However, there are also some games in the ranking that only a few had on the screen.

The almost as bizarre and almost meditative unpacking is on the list as well as the simulation, which is reminiscent of Stardew Valley, Littlewood was able to place in the ranking. Incidentally, the following overview is not sorted according to the amount of sales achieved or any other calculation basis, but has been chosen arbitrarily. Nintendo has no information on the income of the individual games did. You can find the video mentioned at the beginning below this message.

  • Axiom Verge 2
  • Cyber Shadow
  • Tetris Effect: Connected
  • Slime Rancher: Plortable Edition
  • Stick Fight: The Game
  • Doki Doki Literature Club Plus!
  • Unpacking
  • Curse of the Dead Gods
  • Spelunky 2
  • Road 96
  • Ender Lilies
  • Eastward
  • Littlewood
  • Islanders Console Edition
  • Subnautica/Subnautica: Below Zero

Those: Nintendo

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Nintendo Switch: Video Introduces Best Selling Indie Games in 2021

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