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Based on a new tweet, Curve Digital may have something in store for tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct. It could be something extremely small such as being a part of an eShop reel. We really won’t know until after the presentation airs. In any case, here’s the relevant tweet:


There’s been a very tricky topic making the rounds today. I’m not going to go into details here, but an exploit has been discovered involving OlliOlli’s cross-buy functionality.

Curve Digital, the game’s publisher, is definitely aware of what’s going on. The following tweet was just published on Curve’s Twitter account a short while ago:

Curve Digital spokesperson Paul Watson also told Eurogamer:

“Before opting in to Nintendo’s Buy One Get One Free initiative, the company made clear that we could do it one of two ways, and both were potentially open to exploitation beyond our control. Despite this, we’re very happy with the cross-buy sales on Nintendo’s platforms so far, and will be taking part in the initiative again where possible.”

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Four Sided Fantasy is coming to Wii U next year thanks to developer Ludo Land and publisher Curve Digital. The game was funded on Kickstarter in May of last year.

Four Sided Fantasy offers a mix of puzzle and platforming gameplay, in which players “make their way around surreal dreamlike levels by controlling and manipulating the way the screen wraps around itself”. Asteroids and Pac-Man are a couple of examples that feature a similar wraparound mechanic.

Watch Four Sided Fantasy’s trailer above. The title is due out in Q1 2016.