It looks like there will be another Spirit Board event this time, and the theme is Stripes There will be five games included, four of which are Super NES games, and the fifth is an NES game. Pricing for North America has not yet been announced, but judging by prices in other regions, it will probably be around $30. The Super NES games are Joe & Mac and Magical Drop 2 from Data East, Super Baseball Simulator 1,000 from Culture Brain and Spanky’s Quest from Natsume. It’s been a few months since we discovered a new selection of online NES and Super NES titles for the Nintendo Switch. The main character, Wally, is going through an experience that will forever change the future of his town, but some people don’t want it to happen and will do anything to prevent it. This is a very interesting feature that could solve some problems in the game, but right now it seems that the only way to access it is to scan this amiibo every time. Do what you normally do and check both lists to make sure you have purchased everything you wanted. If you enjoyed the unique blend of interactive fiction, role-playing and strategy that Sunless Sea offered, you won’t want to miss this sequel. After the Calculator app went a little viral last week, it’s back with another questionable title. It’s a familiar rhythm game in which you have to collect all sorts of cute animals from around the world and create a pop band out of them. The controls are clunky, the camera is unappealing, and the way the game handles the transitions between runs makes the game increasingly difficult as you go. Another chess game from the folks at QUByte and Minimol, this time with a touch of Edo-era Japan. Xylophone is essentially a reskin of the Piano app, that is, an incredibly simple toy with even fewer features than the average free mobile app. Because this game makes extensive use of motion control, it cannot be played in handheld mode.