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Since the official announcement of the Nintendo Switch yesterday, several developers have come out and pledged their support to Nintendo’s latest home console. Today, Shin’en Multimedia, developers of games such as FAST Racing NEO and Nano Assault, have done the same and confirmed via Twitter that they are a Switch developer. This doesn’t come as a huge surprise after they recently said some extremely positive things about their relationship with Nintendo in an interview, but it’s nonetheless nice to know that we’ll see their games on Switch as well.


Update: Here’s a video from Image & Form:

Original: SteamWorld Dig and SteamWorld Heist studio Image & Form has confirmed that the team is working on something for Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, specifics are being kept secret for now. CEO Brjann Sigurgeirsson would only tell Nintendo Life that “it’s going to make a lot of people happy.” Also mentioned is that work began early in the year, and Sigurgeirsson teased: “It’s an idea we have had for quite a while and Switch will be the perfect platform for it.”


Twisted Fusion will be available on the Wii U eShop beginning on November 3, Leuvsion announced today. That applies to both North America and Europe.

To celebrate the news, Leuvsion shared a new launch trailer for Twisted Fusion. Get a look at it below.

Twisted Fusion will cost $5 / €5.

[Review] Pirate Pop Plus

Posted on 5 months ago by (@jakovujo) in News | 0 comments | 0 Likes

System: Wii U / New 3DS eShops (reviewed)
Release date: October 20, 2016
Developer: dadako
Publisher 13AM Games

If you’ve ever played Pang, you will understand the basics of Pirate Pop Plus. In an enclosed box you run around on a 2D plane launching an anchor chain and popping bouncing bubbles in an arcade style score attack manner. The biggest differentiator in this spin of the formula is the anti gravity mechanic. As gravity shifts, so does the physics and it provides a surprising opportunity for extra depth and strategy.

It’s been a little while since we last heard about Sushi Princess, but Lake Lodge Games did prepare a new video today with updated footage. Get a look at the project’s progress below.

SteamWorld Heist nearly had multiplayer. That’s according to Image & Form community manager Julius Guldbog, who said in a Reddit AMA that the functionality was “seriously considered”. Time was the only reason why it wasn’t included in the end.

Guldbog stated:

“We would love multiplayer and seriously considered it for Heist. In the end we ran out of time, simply.”

As another aside, the SteamWorld Heist hat packs are still planned for 3DS. Image & Form “ran into a nasty bug that will take some time to fix since DLC on 3DS didn’t work the way we thought,” though the team will “definitely compensate 3DS owners for the long wait”.


Several years ago, Flat Black Films made the DSiWare app Inchworm Animation. The company is now returning with Butterfly: Inchworm Animation II, a successor for the 3DS eShop.

It’ll have the following features:

– Revolutionary looping motion graphics engine with 30 frames-per-second playback. Draw as it plays!
– Eight endlessly-configurable dynamic brush tools with custom presets
– Timeline with up to 5 layers and 2 soundtracks, for scripting events and sound effects
– Use stereoscopic 3D to arrange your layers in the third dimension. Give your movies true depth!
– Record and edit Audio, use the built-in sound -effect library or the groovy sound-effects generator!
– Shoot video, time-lapse, and stop-motion photography
– Onionskin (including video onionskin for stop-motion)
– Slick antialiased brushes with full 24-bit color and transparency
– Import from Nintendo Camera / Export to SD
– introducing the Butterfly Online Gallery! Share your movies with the world – upload/download animation, rate and comment on work. Host your own virtual art studio at!

Inchworm Animation II will be out on October 27 in North America for $5. European and Japanese releases will also follow. We’ve posted a trailer for the title below.


The first nine minutes of Super Destronaut 2: Go Duck Yourself have been uploaded to YouTube. You can watch the video below.

RCMADIAX is readying another New 3DS title. On November 10, Shoot the Ball will be available on the North American and European eShops.

RCMADIAX shared the news via Twitter earlier today:


Petite Games’ Super Destronaut 2: Go Duck Yourself is scheduled for release this week. In order to download the Wii U eShop game, you’ll need 84 MB of free space. Super Destronaut 2 will be out on Thursday.


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