The Nintendo Switch Online library of NES games continues to grow, with two new games heading our way this month. This includes the classics Kung-Fu Heroes and Vice: Project Doom, both of which will be available from August 21.

Here’s a rundown of the latest NES games to join the online library:

  • Kung-Fu Heroes – Monsters have taken Princess Min-Min and the 10 treasures of the land, and the people have fallen into sorrow. Only Kung-Fu Masters Jacky and Lee can save the princess and retrieve the treasures! Their journey will take them to eight different castles filled with hosts of traps and obstacles. Use punches and the Miracle Kick to defeat the enemies. You will need quick wits and lightning reflexes to make it to the last castle!
  • Vice: Project Doom – There exists a group of undercover detectives who dare stand up to the evil in the world… They are known as Vice. Officer Quinn Hart, a member of Vice, is on the case and after the truth. High-speed car chases, action-packed battles employing three types of weapons and a mode with three 3D rail-shooting stages all bring this cyberpunk world to life.

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With a membership to Nintendo Switch Online, these games – along with over 40 other NES titles already available – can be played any time. Since launching last September, the Nintendo Switch Online library of classic games has grown, with the likes of Kid Icarus, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Pro Wrestling. You’ll also have access to the exclusive online game Tetris 99.

If you’re new to Nintendo Switch Online, there are other benefits too. Apart from access to the growing collection of NES games, the main attraction is the ability to play compatible games online. You can also save data to the cloud and there’s a handy smartphone app that enhances features of supported games. It’s $3.99 per month, or $19.99 for the full year, plus a seven-day trial for those undecided.

Which NES game are you waiting to see on the Switch? Let us know your thoughts on the latest additions in the comments section below.

Source: Nintendo