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Image & Form is working on a new title for the 3DS eShop known as “SteamWorld Dig”. It’s a “hardcore platform mining adventure” that sees players digging tunnels and collecting rare minerals that can be sold for improved equipment.

SteamWorld Dig is scheduled for a mid-2013 launch. Image & Form tells us that development will wrap up in April and will then be submitted to Nintendo. The studio is planning to have the game available in English and Japanese.

The official press release containing story details can be found below. Check out the gallery above for screenshots.

This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Wii U retail

LEGO City: Undercover (available March 18) – $49.99
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (available March 19) – $59.99
Need for Speed: Most Wanted U (available March 19) – $59.99
The Croods: Prehistoric Party! (available March 19) – $39.99

Wii U VC

Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream (available March 20) – 30 cents

Wii U demo

Chasing Aurora

3DS demo

HarmoKnight

3DS eShop sale

Ketzal’s Corridors – $4.99

3DS retail

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (available March 19) – $39.99
Rayman Origins
The Croods: Prehistoric Party! (available March 19) – $29.99

3DS VC

Mega Man 3 – $4.99

DSiWare

Forgotten Legions
Goony

3DS eShop coming soon

Flipnote Studio 3D – summer 2013 – free

Source: Nintendo PR

Level-5 released the first game in the Guild02 series of titles on the Japanese 3DS eShop today. Those who purchase the game and have access to the Guild01 releases can gain access to a small bonus of sorts.

When playing Monsters Come Out on Friday, if it detects any usage of Guild01 on the 3DS, players will be rewarded with a digital, mini art book. Pretty neat, aye?

Flipnote Studio 3D to be made available as a free download on Nintendo eShop this summer

13th March 2013 – Start to stockpile your creative juices, as Nintendo has released first details on the new features of animation software Flipnote Studio 3D for Nintendo 3DS. To be released this summer as a free download on Nintendo eShop, Flipnote Studio 3D will give you the chance to devise 3D animated masterpieces with the simple aid of your Nintendo 3DS system. Check out the first details by watching the ‘Nintendo Direct Mini – Flipnote Studio 3D’ video on the Nintendo Direct website.

Flipnote Studio 3D follows up from Flipnote Studio on Nintendo DSi*, furthering the concept of turning your Nintendo handheld console into an animation studio using your stylus to contrive simple or elaborate sketches, called Flipnotes. For those inspired by old-fashioned flip-pads which create the illusion of movement when flicked through, Flipnote Studio 3D is the virtual equivalent, but with the added benefit of 3D layering, and, as with the original Flipnote Studio, the ability to include audio and share your creations with the world.

This week’s Japanese eShop update is as follows:

3DS

Downloadable Titles
Kaij? ga Deru Kiny?bi (Monsters Come Out on Friday) – 800 yen
Ky?ry? Pet 3D (Dinosaur Pet 3D) – 500 yen
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Sandame no Maky? DEMO – FREE

Virtual Console
Challenger (Famicom) – 500 yen

Wii U

NA

Video Content

Nintendo Direct presentation videos
Animal Crossing: New Leaf commercial
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon commercial
Short videos for Monsters Come Out on Friday, Dinosaur Pet 3D, Challenger and Pretty Rhythm – My Deco-Rainbow Wedding
Game & Wario preview

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Pixelscopic could bring Delver’s Drop to the Wii U. The company just wrapped up a Kickstarter campaign and managed to raise nearly $150,000 – double the $75,000 goal.

Delver’s Drop takes inspiration from a ton of different games – Zelda: Link to the Past, Demon’s Souls, Diablo, and a whole lot more.

Nintendo fans will be interested to hear that, even though nothing has been confirmed, Pixelscopic has been in touch with the Big N about becoming an approved developer, and the studio does have interest in bringing its project to the Wii U / 3DS eShops.

According to Pixelscopic’s Ryan Baker:

“We’re fans of the Wii U and 3DS, but we have not decided on a console between the three big platform holders. We will most likely decide this based on how well it does after the PC/Mac/Linux release, and continued fan requests for console. Honestly, we’d love to support all of them, but that would likely be a 6+ month endeavour to add to our tech and support these systems. We had made a Kickstarter stretch goal for the console port, but it looks like that will not be met by the end of our campaign. But as with all other unmet stretch goals, we will consider developing them later if the game is successful and we have continued fan interest.”

Delver’s Drop is planned for release in 2014. Perhaps we’ll see a Nintendo version next year!

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