Coming to the service are Donkey Kong 3 and Wrecking Crew.
Donkey Kong 3 and Wrecking Crew will be added to the Nintendo Switch Online NES library, later this month, along with a brand new Rewind feature which can be accessed throughout the NES games collection, Nintendo announced. Hold down the ZL and ZR buttons and you'll be able to scroll back through a timeline of snapshots of your gameplay and pick where you want to resume from. The "Rewind" function is precisely what it sounds like when it comes to the fresh function. Combined with save states, it's now much more user-friendly to blast through those classic but often challenging NES titles.
It's time for another monthly update for Nintendo Switch Online's NES library - though this month's is a mite more interesting than normal. There's also a family membership option available, which allows up to eight Nintendo accounts in a family group to use Nintendo Switch Online.
The new Rewind feature will be available for the whole collection, which acquires over 40 Nintendo Switch online games.
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This rewind feature will be compatible with the NES games offered as part of the subscription service.
Wrecking Crew sees Mario and Luigi trade in their plumber overalls for sledgehammers, and must - as the title suggests - wreck stuff up for points. With a hammer as your only tool, take control of the brothers and set out to destroy ladders, rip out pipes, knock out walls, and detonate explosive devices.
That doesn't seem to be the case this month as, looking at the official Nintendo YouTube channel, Japanese players are also getting the same two games.