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Take-Two And 2K Games Announces Carnival Games For Nintendo Switch

Take Two and 2K Games have announced today that Carnival Games is bound for the Nintendo Switch. Before some of you get disappointed you should be made aware that the series has sold over 9.5 million units worldwide. The series will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on the 6th of November and will cost $39.99. Here’s the details direct from 2K Games.


Built from the ground up for Nintendo Switch, Carnival Games is fun for the entire family and can be played alone or with up to four players simultaneously, leveraging the unique accessibility of the console’s Joy-Con controllers. The game features 20 exciting and re-imagined games in four unique alleys that can be played at home or on the go, alone or with family and friends.

Like a real-life county fair, Carnival Games allows players of all ages and experience levels to enjoy classic games like ring toss (“Post Master”) and alley ball horse racing (“Roll-R-Derby”), as well as brand new attractions like drone racing (“Light Speed”) and cosmic bowling (“Cosmic Strike”). Four uniquely themed alleys – Jungle Lane, Saturn Station, Vulture Gulch and Nuts & Bolts – provide a different look and feel for the games within them. Players have the chance to win tickets by playing any of the 20 games and redeem them for new games and outfits for their customizable carnival guest characters.

Key Features

  • A Fun Variety of Carnival Games for Everyone: Like a real-life county fair, Carnival Games bursts with 20 exciting games that you can play over and over. Classic games such as shooting basketballs (“Swish”) and taking down clowns (“Clowning Around”) are joined by brand new attractions like flying drone racing (“Light Speed”) and cosmic bowling (“Cosmic Strike”). With 20 total games across four uniquely themed alleys, there’s fun for everyone!
  • Carnival Games Everywhere: With Nintendo Switch, Carnival Games is a game for everyone and for everywhere. Whether on the big screen or small screen, Carnival Games can be enjoyed wherever you want to play.
  • A Multiplayer Party: Bring your family and friends in on the fun for a true Carnival Games party. Up to four players can participate simultaneously, bumping up the level of excitement and competition in all 20 carnival games.
  • Play, Win, Get Rewards: Play games, win tickets, and trade them in for new outfits for your carnival guest characters. Dress them up to match your style or go wild with wacky headgear, shirts and bottoms.



  1. No idea why they are allowed on the Switch after the abomination WW17 was, piece of shit game, worse fucking developers on the Switch besides the Troll and I developers ughhhhh come on Nintendo

  2. See I wouldn’t have a problem with this if we had/or were getting GTAV, but we’re not so this is crap

  3. Wow…

    Carnival Games huh?


    want something xfinity times better?

    CONTINUUM! Meet people from all over the world and DESTROY THEMZ!

    talking MMO space shooter with top down style insanity, 9 different ships to learn and master, a shop for upgrades, leader boards, squads, ranked play, themed events, special game events like, BUG!, Hockey, Pictionary, Elimination, Mario Kart, Zombies and many more! Enjoy a eventful chat while in game, meet new friends, discover new rivals.

    Completely free with no extra apps or bs spyware, just a bada**game. i’ve been a loyal supporter/player since 1997. read that again, 1997…

    catch me in game as Sheeple/Skeletons420/Hippie<3



  4. what we are waiting for: Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption, Bioshock Trilogy, Mafia Series
    what we receive: F******* CARNIVAL GAMES OMG KILL ME

  5. I worked at gamestop when the Wii game came out. It was insane how many people wanted this friggin game, makes sense they’d try again.

  6. FINALLY. I’ve had to wait 8 years for another entry in the Carnival Games franchise. I was afraid they forgot it existed, so glad we are finally getting this game on Switch!

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