Four more games will be added to the Nintendo Switch Online NES and SNES libraries later this month, Nintendo announced on Twitter.
Three titles will be added to the SNES library: Wild Guns, Operation Logic Bomb, and Panel de Pon.
In Wild Guns, a gang and their army of robots have taken over, and you must shoot outlaws to survive. You can play solo or team up with a friend in a co-op mode.
In Operation Logic Bomb, you play as Agent Logan who has super strength thanks to bioelectronic implants. You must rescue scientists in this top-down shooter.
Panel de Pon was originally only released in Japan, and though it got a U.S. release called Tetris Attack featuring Yoshi characters, this will be the first time the original game is available in the west. It features both single-player and co-op modes.
Additionally, one NES game will be added to the online library: Rygar. In this platforming RPG, the title character, Rygar, is a mythical hero who must defeat the evil king Ligar.
We’ve been seeing a slow but steady drip-feed of new games added to the Nintendo Switch Online NES and SNES libraries, since the last four games were added back in February. Even though games are no longer added monthly, the additions average to about a game per month.
This addition marks the particular milestone of over 80 games on the online service. There are now 82 games to play across the NES and SNES libraries.
These four NES and SNES games will be made available exclusively to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers on May 20.
You can watch the trailer for each of the new games below.