Do you both need the game to play switch?

Do you both need the game to play switch?

no need to buy 2 games for your kids , your 2 kids can paly Mario kart together . If you have two switches for two kids, you will need to buy one game for each console if they want to play the game on their own console or one of them have to take his switch to college when school starts.

Can you play Nintendo switch digital games without Internet?

Yes; you only need a WiFi connection to download the games. As long as you already have the games downloaded, you can play just about anywhere. However, note that multiplayer and other features which require a WiFi connection will not be available. You will only be able to play single-player modes.

Is it bad to overcharge your Nintendo switch?

The Nintendo Switch console can be left in the dock while not in use to ensure that it is fully charged. Leaving the console on the dock or plugged in directly with the AC adapter overnight, or past the point where the battery is fully charged will not cause harm to the battery.

Can I use my phone charger to charge my switch Lite?

All models of Nintendo Switch use USB-C for the charging port on the bottom of the unit. So, in a pinch, you can charge it with any USB-C cable plugged into a power source, such as a tablet/smartphone charger, battery pack, PC, or USB hub. That’s enough to play and charge simultaneously—but not at the fastest rate.

Does the switch Lite have longer battery life?

Yes, the Nintendo Switch Lite has a longer-lasting battery than the original Switch. However, the Switch Lite doesn’t last as long as the newer Switch version that released earlier this year. The Switch Lite lasts anywhere from three to seven hours, depending on your brightness settings and the game you’re playing.

Can the switch overheat?

It´s normal for the Switch to heat up while in use, but in a few select cases, it can overheat to the point of damaging itself. You can prevent this from happening by putting your dock in a well-ventilated place, replacing its internal fan, or aiming the AC directly at it while you play.