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10 Best FREE Games On Nintendo Switch!

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Pokemon Unite, Yu-Gi-Oh, Super Animal Royale, Rocket League, Trove, World of Tanks, Eternal!

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  1. I just started making my first Nintendo account

  2. I just started making my first Nintendo account

  3. I got the game it is super animal Royal loaded on my tendo switch when I have my card

  4. Mr beatemups I want to recommend war frame it is so fun and action pact but I defiantly recommend

  5. We need an overall best free to play games for switch. I actually thought that was what this video was 😅

  6. Of all the free games I really like and enjoy is Fall Guys and Asphalt 9 Legends

  7. So I just got a switch and I watched 5 of these videos. You mentioned Kirby Clash in 2 of these. But you haven't mentioned Fall Guys. Tut tut. And that free games video st the end of the year didn't happen.

  8. Rocket League should be for money because of how good it is

  9. Bro each time I play trove I only test out the powers of each character

  10. The reason they make you pay for something in a FREE game is because without something for you to buy they would be going bankrupt so if someone likes the game they would have to get used to not playing because they don’t make any money which in theory loses the company

  11. Trash doo doo 😎🤙😯😯😯😯😯😯💀💀💀💀🗿🗿🗿🗿🗿💩💩💩💩💩💩💩😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  12. Me hyping myself up for the Oled Switch I’m abt to get 😅🤣

  13. Super animal royal is not hard you just need practice and TROVE yess

  14. Rocket league it is very simple what it is hard as crap

  15. when i bought my nintendo switch i thought rocket leage is very hard but now i guess ill try it

  16. What about Apex? Apex legends is a really good free game.

  17. All guys is the best game. It's free so get it now if you don't get it i'm going to find you

  18. ahhh Trove. I had 400 hours on it on Steam. Glad to know there's a Switch version xD

  19. Title: The Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela's Vision of 'Ahimsa' in the Present-Day Political Scenario

    The principles of non-violence, or 'Ahimsa,' as advocated by Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, have left an indelible mark on the history of political movements and continue to hold relevance in the present-day political scenario. Their unwavering commitment to peaceful means of resistance and their ability to inspire millions to seek justice and freedom without resorting to violence remain powerful and influential. This essay explores the enduring relevance of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela's vision of Ahimsa in the context of contemporary politics, emphasizing the potential of non-violent approaches in addressing conflicts and fostering a more just and harmonious society.


    1. Ahimsa as a Strategy for Change:
    Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela both recognized that violence begets violence, and true change can only be achieved through peaceful means. Their philosophy of Ahimsa emerged as a strategic approach to challenge oppression and injustice. Today, in a world marred by conflicts and political unrest, their vision of non-violence provides an alternative path for resolving disputes, building bridges, and promoting dialogue. Ahimsa offers a sustainable solution that avoids the perpetuation of cycles of violence and contributes to the long-term stability of societies.

    2. Ahimsa and Social Justice:
    The concept of Ahimsa is deeply rooted in the pursuit of social justice. Gandhi's non-violent methods were instrumental in achieving India's independence from British colonial rule. He demonstrated that non-violent resistance can mobilize masses, empower the marginalized, and challenge the most formidable opponents. Nelson Mandela, too, embraced non-violence during his fight against apartheid in South Africa. By adopting Ahimsa, Mandela inspired unity and reconciliation, ultimately leading to the dismantling of apartheid and the establishment of a democratic nation.

    3. Ahimsa in Conflict Resolution:
    In today's politically turbulent world, conflicts abound, both domestically and internationally. Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela's principles of Ahimsa provide valuable insights into conflict resolution. Their methods emphasize empathy, understanding, and dialogue as essential tools to build bridges and heal divisions. By focusing on peaceful negotiations and non-violent resistance, individuals and communities can work towards achieving common goals, resolving conflicts, and ensuring sustainable peace.

    4. Ahimsa as a Moral Compass:
    The vision of Ahimsa serves as a moral compass, guiding individuals and political leaders to act with compassion and respect for human dignity. In an era characterized by divisive politics and increasing polarization, embracing non-violence can foster a culture of empathy, tolerance, and inclusivity. By incorporating Gandhian and Mandela's principles into political systems, leaders can inspire trust, promote justice, and create an environment where diverse perspectives can coexist harmoniously.

    5. Ahimsa as a Catalyst for Change:
    Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela's legacies continue to inspire movements worldwide. Their emphasis on non-violence resonates with individuals and groups who seek to challenge oppression and advocate for change. From civil rights movements to environmental activism, the principles of Ahimsa serve as a catalyst, empowering individuals to stand up against injustice and oppression without resorting to violence. By embracing non-violence, people can harness the power of unity and solidarity to effect lasting positive transformations.


    The relevance of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela's vision of Ahimsa in the present-day political scenario cannot be overstated. Their steadfast commitment to non-violence as a strategy for change, pursuit of social justice, conflict resolution, and moral compass provides invaluable lessons for contemporary politics. In a world grappling with numerous challenges, embracing Ahimsa can enable societies to transcend violence, foster inclusive dialogues, and work

  20. Be for real, how many of you watched this video and doesn't own a Nintendo switch?

  21. I had 10/11 of the best free games on Nintendo switch the only one I don’t have is eternal but I promise I will download it and try it out 😊 @BeatEmUps

  22. Getting a switch in october but i dont have any money for games but the games look so cool

  23. Rewatching this vid, noticed it says YuGiOh Master door when its supposed to be duel.

  24. The only reason you should pay to win is when you pay full price for the game.

  25. Pay2win games are not games where you can grind it out. A pay to win game is a game where you can pay to get stuff that you can only get by buying it with real money to make you better at the game. If you can grind it out it doesnt fall under pay to win

  26. I got a switch today and all I’ve really been playing is Mario kart 64 and the original super Mario bros

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