A new game focused on learning other languages, Trancelation, releases for Switch on March 13. It’s an arcade-style title that gamifies the learning process, and publisher Baltoro Games has given early adopters a few incentives to purchase the game.
Nintendo Life is reporting that if you grab the game on Switch before March 16, you’ll be able to download an extra four games for free. They’re not the most high-profile games on the system, but they’ll be yours to keep. The four games up for grabs at Freecell Solitaire Deluxe, Pizza Bar Tycoon, 2048 Battles, and Flowlines VS.
While Trancelation carries an RRP of $10, it will be discounted by 30% at launch, costing $7. So that’s $7 for five games–we haven’t reviewed any of them, but if you want to bulk out your Switch collection, it could be a good deal.
This isn’t quite as great as the Qubic free games campaign from late 2019, but it’s still not bad.
There are some other big Nintendo Switch sales happening this week, including discounts on Mario games.