Right after last week's Nintendo Direct, we found out that GameMaker Studio 2 support was coming to the Switch. This is how titles like Undertale are making their way to the system. Once other indie devs heard about this support, they quickly decided to bring their titles to the platform as well. Case in point, publisher Abylight and developer Locomalito's announcement for today. They confirmed that both Super Hydorah and Cursed Castilla are coming to Switch, as they utilize the GameMaker engine. No release date for these titles yet, but the plan is to get them over on the platform soon.