Curve Digital announced today that they are bringing Velocity 2X and Manual Samuel on the Switch sometime this August.
Developed by FuturLab, Velocity 2X is a combination of a vertical shooter and a side-scrolling platformer. Players control Lt. Kai Tana and her Quarp Jet in order to escape her captors. The game originally released in 2014 for PlayStation 4 and Vita, followed by a 2015 release for Xbox One and Steam. This title marks the first Nintendo release for any of the Velocity titles.
Meanwhile, Manual Samuel is a comedy game originally released in 2016 by Perfectly Paranormal. The game focuses on the titular Samuel, who made a deal with Death after a horrible car accident. In order to gain his life back, he must survive 24 hours manually controlling everything, even his blinking. Players (solo or with others in co-op mode) must press a button to help Sam get through even the most mundane daily tasks.
No specific release dates have been announced for both games yet, other than a release month of August 2018.