Nintendo has revealed a selection of games for users of the Nintendo Switch Online service for this month.
The fresh subscription replenishment is part of the NSO base level and adds four projects to the catalog: two with a portable Game Boy and one each with NES and SNES, respectively.
Kirby's Dream Land 2 (Game Boy) is a 1995 platformer from HAL Laboratory studio, telling about the adventures of Kirby and his companion friends in the Land of Dreams.
In the story, the bridges connecting the seven Rainbow Islands were destroyed by Dark Matter, and Kirby will have to deal with it, as well as stop King Dedede and his horde of henchmen.
BurgerTime Deluxe (Game Boy) is a 1991 arcade game from Data East, where players are waiting for a "non-stop fight for food".
The main character is chef Peter Pepper, who has a problem - his rival wants to prevent him from creating the best burger and orders his henchmen to take over Peter's kitchen.
Side Pocket (SNES) is a sports simulator in the billiard game genre with single—player and multiplayer modes, originally released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993.
Xevius (NES) is a classic vertical scrolling shooter from Namco, offering players to take the helm of a Solvalou fighter and fight back against alien invaders.
In the game it is necessary to shoot missiles at air targets and bomb ground objects, and at some levels it is possible to destroy a huge flying fortress.
The entire selection is already available for launch on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo Switch Online app.