Follow up from the news that We can get more NES and SNES games this weekNintendo has now added three classics to its Switch Online service.
Earthworm C 2
Return to the wacky world of Earthworm Jim! In this wild platform game released for the Super NES ™ console in 1995, you will once again be in your super suit and take on the role of Jim, the superhero with an attitude! The plot picks up after Jim’s successful rescue of the princess what her name is and his less successful attempts to lure her immediately afterward. Just when it seemed like the princess was going to change her heart, the evil Psy-Crow pounced on and kidnapped her, eager to claim the crown for himself. Now it’s up to Jim to stop their wedding, tracing their path from planet to planet. But he’s not alone this time – his friend Snoot is along the way. Jump, shoot, swing and stick your way through 10 different levels, catch the Psy-Crow, and save Jim’s dream girl!
DIG DUG II
Help DIG DUG rid the island of smashing vacation intruders! DIG DUG has decided to take a vacation on a remote island, but POOKA and FYGAR won’t give him the chance to rest! In each round, remove enemies by inflating them so they explode or by digging traps for them to fall into. But be careful not to get too close to their attacks or fall into your own traps!
Help MAPPY get back to the party in time! Police Mouse MAPPY has prepared all kinds of cool gifts for MAPICO and MAPPY Jr. But the big cheese of the cat world, NYAMCO, ordered ‘MEOWKIES’ Clauder to hide gifts all over MAPPYLAND. If he is to reach the intended recipients on time, MAPPY will have to double the time to find them! Avoid and activate traps to eliminate those cunning cats on your way. You can also use special items hidden in the level to distract them. Collect six of the same gifts to move to another stage. Can MAPPY pass all eight towns and survive the claw attack?
In related news, Japan received Super Famicom’s original Harvest Moon instead of Earthworm Jim 2. And you can see it in action in the following post:
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