Raw Fury: GoNNER, Dandara, and Kingdom: Two Crowns coming to the Nintendo Switch

Back in January, Raw Fury announced they were bringing GoNNER, Kingdom and more games to the Nintendo Switch. And during today’s Nintendo Switch Nindie Showcase, the publisher reconfirmed the first two, and announced a third game!


Develoepd by Art in Heart, GoNNER is a “tough-as-hell, score-based, procedurally generated platformer with roguelike elements”. The game’s story tells us about the friendship between Ikk, Death, and… a space whale named Sally. GoNNER will be a timed exclusive on console, and will feature some additional content tailor-made for the system. It will be released later this year.

GoNNER (Switch – eShop) will be released later this year, in Europe and North America.


Dandara is a Metroidvania-inspired adventure game, where you get to play as a bold heroine trying to find her way through a directionless world. The game features bizarre, gravity bending places, and promises to be quite the disorienting experience.

The game will be playable with both button controls and the touchscreen, and Raw Fury explains that both control types are quite different from each other. About the touch controls specifically, they explain that the developers came up with a “carefully thought-out input scheme”, that feels intuitive (instead of combative and/or frustrating). The game will also feature some Nintendo Switch exclusive features, such as HD Rumble support.

Dandara (Switch – eShop) will be released this Summer in Europe and North America.

Kingdom: Two Crowns

In this game, you play as a King who can choose to either attend to his domain, or go explore the wild and discover its wonders (and threats…). During today’s Nintendo Switch Nindie Showcase, Raw Fury reconfirmed that the game was coming to the Nintendo Switch, and that it’s actually getting a co-op mode. Also, this version of the game (which is not an exclusive) will feature additional content.

Kingdom: Two Crowns (Switch – eShop) will be released later this year in Europe and North America.

The Upcoming Releases page and the list of confirmed games for the Nintendo Switch have both been updated!


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