Coming off the heels of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, we get a triforce of SNES titles for Nintendo Switch Online. Announced on YouTube from Nintendo, we will receive the titles Claymates, Jelly Boy, and Bombuzal, which will arrive on July 28. These additions will add more variety to the over 100 classic titles that already exist on Nintendo Switch Online platform.

Claymates: (SNES -1994) A well-reviewed platform game developed by Visual Concepts and published by Interplay Productions. You follow a boy named Clayton, whose father, a scientist, created a serum that turns humans into animals when combined with clay. Jobo, the witch doctor, demands the serum, and when refused, turns Clayton into a lump of clay and takes both the serum and his father. He must master his new form and take on Jobo to save the day.     

Jelly Boy: (SNES -1995) Another platforming game developed by Probe Software and published by Ocean Software. You are Jelly Baby with morphing powers, and your quest is to find different items located inside a factory. By collecting these items, that you give to a doorman, you will be allowed to use the elevator to find the person in charge.

Bombuzal: (SNES -1992) A well-received, launch title for SNES, puzzle game developed by Image Works and published by Kemco. A bomb-based tile game that a player must light bombs and then given a chance to step one square away before it explodes causing chain reactions. The objective is to destroy all the bombs in the level without destroying yourself.  

What do you think of these new release titles for Nintendo Switch Online? Have you played or even heard of these games before? Is Claymates one step closer to getting Clayfighter games on Switch?

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