6 Nintendo Games That Support A Keyboard Or Mouse

6 Nintendo Games That Support A Keyboard Or Mouse

Tactics Ogre: Reborn: Tactics Ogre: Reborn is still a tactics game, and it benefits greatly from being played with a mouse, as do the others in the genre.

Quake: Quake is one of the few shooters on the Nintendo Switch that supports both mouse and keyboard input natively.

Hypnospace Outlaw: Another game that works well with a mouse and keyboard is the 1990s internet simulator Hypnospace Outlaw.

Game Builder Garage: Because playing or sharing a custom-made level requires typing out a 10-character-long code, keyboard input may come in handy in Game Builder Garage.

Factorio: Factorio on Switch supports mouse-as-cursor, shortcut mappings (all shortcuts must be manually associated), and, of course, keyboard input in the menus and search box. 

Doom 1 & Doom 2: Doom on the Nintendo Switch received the all-too-rare treatment of proper keyboard support, even if mouse input isn't currently supported.