Nintendo’s official support account shared a tip for using the Switch. The company recommends that players should use the special charging cable for the Switch. The company recommends that players should not charge the Nintendo Switch with other charging cables. Nintendo states, “when charging the Nintendo Switch, forcibly plugging in a non-Nintendo Switch-specific charging cable, such as a smartphone charging cable, may damage the charging cable or the Switch’s USB port. Also, if you have trouble plugging it in, please check if it is the correct cable.”
Regarding the charging issue, Nintendo also previously states that the Nintendo Switch cannot be left uncharged for a long time. It recommends that the company charge the console at least once every 6 months, otherwise it may not be able to charge.
“Surviving the Aftermath” is coming to Nintendo Switch
The survival simulation game “Surviving the Aftermath” will be official on the Switch platform on July 28. The game will be available for HK$248 ($32).
“Surviving the Aftermath” is a “survival simulation game” that tries to survive in the future after the world is destroyed. Players must establish colonies in a post-destruction world, prepare for the inevitable threats of meteorites and fallout, build solid shelters and explore their surroundings. You will have to do all these while developing new technologies to minimize damage.
In order to regain the lost civilization, in this game, there will be “experts” with special abilities. There will also be “buildings” with various effects, and “tech trees” that can extend indefinitely. Various elements interact with each other. The colony’s inhabitants, maps, and even the tech tree all randomly generate different elements at the start of a new round of the game. Depending on the difficulty, the AI in the game will change, and each game will have a different experience.
The game supports Simplified Chinese and requires 1.5G storage space, and the pre-sale is now open.