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08 January 2019, 06:26 | Casey Mitchell
The Humble Store now has Switch and 3DS games
While over 40 games for Nintendo platforms can now be purchased through the Humble Store, Switch or 3DS developers keen to get their own games placed on the storefront shouldn't get their hopes up quite yet.
Right now, that list includes Nintendo-developed heavy-hitters like Super Smash Bros. Purchasing a Switch or 3DS game through the Humble Store will have all of the benefits that the storefront usually does, including the option of giving some money to charity or earning store credit. Ocarina of Time 3D, Super Mario Bros.
Other items includes expansions for Splatoon 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild alongside three-month and 12-month subscriptions for the Nintendo Switch Online service. Actually, since the eShop is now in the middle of a New Year's sale, some games are actually more expensive on Humble.
Here's the kicker: Nintendo games are not eligible for the Humble Rewards program or for charitable donations. I've reached out to Nintendo for clarification and will update this story if I receive a reply. If you'd like, you can check out what's on offer by heading to the Nintendo section of the Humble Store.
If you live in the United States and have a Nintendo Switch or 3DS, you now have one more option for buying games.
They've done Nintendo system bundles in the past, but Humble is now getting into the direct game sales business. This is definitely something to keep an eye on, but at the moment, it seems kind of vestigial.
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