Catness Game Studios is discounting all its games in the Nintendo Switch eShop for a limited time

We have good news coming from Catness Game Studios, a Spanish indie game studio. The company has launched a promotion to celebrate the arrival of summer with discounts on all its games in the Nintendo Switch eShop. Some of them have a discount of up to 40%. These offers will be available only until June 21st, so don’t hesitate to check them out.

We leave you the message they have shared:

Less than three euros. That’s all you need to enjoy Catness Games games in the Nintendo Switch eShop. We want to celebrate the arrival of summer with discounts of up to 40% on titles such as the acclaimed The Savior’s Gang or the recent Steamroll: Rustless Edition. But don’t let the summer cool down; the offers will only be available until 21 June. That’s right: they’ve already started!

The Savior’s Gang, available for £2.99, is a religious satire with shades of Pikmin and Fall Guys. In this hilarious take on the Saviour, you play the Saviour, a most peculiar messiah. His crucifixion infuriated his father, an all-powerful dove who wants to punish humanity by filling the world with death traps. It’s up to you to prevent the faithful from falling into them as you guide them through levels fraught with danger. The laughs are guaranteed – don’t you believe it, check out The Completionist game!

Steamroll: Rustless Edition has been reduced to an all-time low of 6.99 euros. This is a port of the videogame developed by Anticto in which Catness has included multiple gameplay and visual improvements. Thanks to a 30% discount, players have a great opportunity to jump aboard the Scarabeus in this steampunk adventure. With its clever puzzles and Switch portability, Steamroll: Rustless Edition will captivate puzzle fans.

With Super Korotama, going back to your arcade days costs 332 pesetas. At least, that’s how it would have been back in the days of the peseta. Now you can enjoy an arcade game as challenging as those of yesteryear for 1.99 euros. It’s a game of skill in which you have to put a metal ball in the right hole without it falling into the other holes. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Well, it’s anything but. Super Korotama will require all your skill to overcome its different levels.