That represents a fairly significant increase from the number of games that were in development when Nintendo held its Switch presentation in January.
In a recent meeting with the investors, President Tatsumi Kimishima defended the strategy while explaining the reason.
Nintendo is getting ready to launch its ambitious new console, the Nintendo Switch, next month and the company is prepping a splashy new commercial to tell the wider world about the set-up. It's not just that we are all delighted with titles such as "Super Mario Run" or "Fire Emblem Heroes", but the Japanese company's pretensions to the future are very ambitious.
But this is 2017, and Nintendo's Switch console will be available on store shelves in just four weeks.
The Switch is a little different to existing consoles like the Xbox One or PS4 by being fully mobile as well as a home machine. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, an enhanced port of the Wii U game, arrives in April, while new IP Arms debuts this spring and the much-anticipated Splatoon 2 releases this summer. He additionally said that simply like the Wii, the Switch offers an interesting method for playing games.
During a recent financial earnings report, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima noted that there are over 100 Nintendo Switch games now in development.
The star of the ad, which is scheduled to run during the game's fourth quarter on February 5, is Nintendo Switch, which combines the power of a home console with the mobility of a hand-held video game system.
The Nintendo service also allows subscribers to download a NES or SNES game every month, but this is essentially a rental for the month.
He also shared that few parts of the console needed "time to procure" bit Nintendo was working to ramp-up production to avoid disappointment. "He says he expects the Switch to sell about as well as the Wii".
'Although the first party slate (of games) is promising, limited third party support could limit demand later, ' Wedbush Securities analysts said in a research note.