Looking for gaming inspiration? The Nintendo eShop has been updated with plenty of new games, including the simulated jump rope style of, well, Jump Rope Challenge. If getting physical isn’t your thing, Burnout Paradise might be up your (downtown) alley. Or there’s the modern ninja outing of Ninjala to sink yout teeth or (katana) into.

Which games pique your interest? Check out the full list below and let us know the games you’ll be playing this week.

Nintendo Switch

  • Jump Rope Challenge – By grabbing a pair of Joy-Con controllers and imagining them as the handles of a jump rope, players can virtually jump rope every day. It’s all the fun of jumping, but there’s not a rope in sight! With hopping bunnies as the characters, and a streamlined menu, it’s quick and easy to learn the ropes and get started. Jump Rope Challenge is now available for free as a limited-time release until the end of September
  • Burnout Paradise Remastered – Rule the open streets of Paradise City. Hurtle through hectic downtown avenues and wild mountain roads or crash out with spectacular and devastating effects. Packed with extra content, more than 130 vehicles, new areas to explore and hundreds of online challenges, Burnout Paradise Remastered is fully optimized for Nintendo Switch in 60 FPS, including pinch-and-pull map control for ease of navigation. It’s the ultimate driving playground to play with friends or on the go.
  • Ninjala – Take part in battle royale-style matches as up to eight players vie for supremacy with ninjas around the world in the Ninjala tournament. Assume the role of a modern-day ninja and score points by defeating opponents, obtaining items and destroying drones. Use Ninja-Gum to blow bubbles that can be tossed at your foes, craft all sorts of weapons and dash across stages. Earn extra points by taking down your opponents with impressive finishing techniques known as IPPON. Dominate in competitive play or join up with friends for cooperative play and take part in four-on-four team battles. Ninjala will be available on June 24.

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