More games are coming to the Nintendo Switch this summer. Among the titles that players should watch out for are Namco’s classic arcade games from the ’80s. The Japanese video game developer and publisher has just announced that it is a releasing a compilation of its famous games on Nintendo’s new console.

On Tuesday, Namco announced via a YouTube-uploaded video that it is launching “Namco Museum” this summer. The new compilation is said to bring the classic arcade games to the console hybrid. The collection is composed of “Pac-Man,” “Dig Dug,” “Galaga,” “Galaga ’88,” “The Tower of Druaga,” “Rolling Thunder,” “Rolling Thunder 2,” “SkyKid,” “Splatterhouse” and “Tank Force.”

“Through the Nintendo Switch, these retro classics can be played anytime, anywhere, and against anyone through the game’s online ranking system,” Namco described the new compilation. “If you are nostalgic for the classic coin-op era, transform the Nintendo Switch into a miniature cabinet by turning the handheld console vertically for a taller, slimmer screen that replicates the original arcade experience.”

Additionally, Namco revealed that the games have been revamped to offer players a challenge mode and present them with new and unique challenges. Therefore, gamers won’t just be getting the famous arcade games, they are getting a collection of classic games with the addition of new gameplay.

“Namco Museum” is slated for launch this summer, but the developer has yet to give it a specific date. More details about the collection of arcade games are expected to be revealed at a later date. For now, check out Namco’s announcement trailer for “Namco Museum” below.

Meanwhile, Eurogamer pointed out that Nintendo has yet to announce its official Virtual Console service for its Switch console. Nevertheless, a lot of the Neo Geo games are already available for purchase on the Switch eShop. A previous update on the highly anticipated subscription service said that it will launch this fall.

Namco has announced that its famous arcade games are coming to the Nintendo Switch.