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Cypronia’s quirky, meme-inspired Wii U eShop game Zombie Brigade: No Brain No Gain is out today in Europe. To download it, you’ll need 250 MB of free space. Zombie Brigade’s North American release is following soon.


We’ve been covering forma.8, the newest game from Futuridium EP Deluxe developer MixedBag Games, for almost three years. While it’s still without a release date, we do have good news to report. Work on the project is now complete and has moved on to the QA phase.

forma.8 also remains on track for Wii U. MixedBag hopes to have the game out sometime in February.

The studio wrote on Twitter earlier today:


Nostatic Software confirmed today that Quiet, Please! will be hitting the 3DS eShop on January 5. This applies to both North America and Europe.

Developer Mike Oliphant shared on Twitter a short while ago:

Quiet, Please! will cost $2.99 / €3.49 / £2.99.


Now that SDK Spriter is available in all major regions, HullBreach Studios is turning its attention to the app’s first major update. Version 2.0 will be out sometime in 2017.

SDK Spriter will be adding some new features for free. Additionally, HullBreach intends to create some new DLC. Full details from an official Miiverse post are past the break.

Back to Bed was originally scheduled to his the European Wii U eShop this past Thursday. That didn’t happen, but the wait won’t be much longer. We’ve heard directly from the game’s developer that it’s officially set for next Thursday, December 22.

In North America, Back to Bed is “soon to follow”. A Japanese release is also on track for early 2017.

Wobbly Tooth has finished work on Ice Station Z’s first patch, which is coming next month. The game will be updated to version 1.1.

Players will want to download the new update since it addresses a number of issues and makes improvements to the games. If all goes according to plan, it can be downloaded beginning on January 11.

Full patch notes are posted below from an official Miiverse notice.

Next week, Radiantflux: Hyperfractal will be heading to the Wii U eShop. An extended look at the game can be found in the video below.

Wii U owners have nothing to worry about when it comes to the release of Sneaky Ninja. In a Kickstarter update, Starfall Studios said that Sneaky Ninja is still targeted for the console. Although other companies have been pulling away from Wii U, the indie developer still wants to make it happen after the long wait for Kickstarter backers and being a fan of Nintendo.

That being said, Switch is still on the table as a possibility down the road. Starfall Studios will first need to launch the game – which could take place in February – and then bring it to Wii U shortly after.

Starfall Studios wrote on Kickstarter:

Back to Bed footage

Posted on 3 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Videos, Wii U eShop | 3 Comments | 1 Likes

Update: Here’s another video:

Original: We have a bunch of footage from the Wii U eShop release Back to Bed. Take a look at 23 minutes of gameplay below.

Back to Bed file size

Posted on 3 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U eShop | 2 Comments | 0 Likes

Back to Bed is finally nearing its release on the Wii U eShop next week. To download the game, 630 MB of free space is needed. Back to Bed was actually supposed to come out in Europe yesterday, but it seems that it was delayed slightly.


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