During Nintendo's UK Direct presentation today, NOE president Satoru Shibata showed off this above collection of indie titles from European and Australian developers headed to the Wii U platform. The collection of games includes Cubemen 2 by Nnooo (late 2013/early 2014), Forced by BetaDwarf, and Ittle Dew by Ludosity (aiming for a Christmas release).

The other indies featured include Festival of Magic by Snowcastle Games, Knytt Underground by Ripstone, March of War by ISOTX. Monkey Pirates by Henchman Studio, Nihilumbra by Beautifun Games, Pure Chess by Ripstone, So Hungry by Xiotex, Squids Deluxe by The Game Bakers, Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut by Toxic Games, Tengami by Nyamyam, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams by Black Forest Games, Teslagrad by Rain Games, TNT Racers by Keen Games, Wooden Sen'SeY by Upper Byte, and Scram Kitty and His Buddy on Rails by Dakko Dakko.

Nintendo Direct's North American presentation did not have any Wii U indies for show. That isn't to say these games aren't coming, though. They shouldn't have any trouble being released in North America, if this conversation with NOA's Dan Adelman is accurate, where he stated "Anyone from any country can make their games available on the eShop within the NOA and NOE region."