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Uurnog Uurnlimited, a new game from Nifflas and Raw Fury, arrived on the Switch eShop today. Have a look at some footage below.

Raw Fury stopped by Twitch’s stream at the Tokyo Game Show last week to show off Uurnog Uurnlimited. For a look at the game, view the video below.

Yesterday, Raw Fury announced Uurnog Uurnlimited. It’s a new game created by Nifflas, who worked on games like Affordable Space Adventures and Knytt Underground.

One interesting thing about Uurnog Uurnlimited concerns custom levels. After launch, a level editor for the Steam version will be offered, which hooks into the Steam Workshop. This will let players share and download stages.

Interestingly, levels created here will be available on Switch. Raw Fury was originally thinking about offering a curated selection of custom levels as post-launch DLC on the system, but Nintendo suggested hooking the Workshop in directly instead. Levels are probably going to be filtered in some way. Raw Fury and Nintendo hope that the moves offers a more streamlined way of downloading new maps.


Nifflas and Raw Fury are teaming up to put the new game Uurnog Uurnlimited on Switch, the two sides announced today. Nintendo fans may recognize Nifflas for the Wii U eShop games Affordable Space Adventures and Knytt Underground.

Here’s a lengthy overview:

KnapNok’s Anchel Labena has commented on a number of topics pertaining to Affordable Space Adventures as part of an interview with Nintendo Life.

Regarding the game’s reception, Labena said that the game has received “some pretty amazing reviews”, which came as a bit of a surprise given its “quirky nature”. Sales were strong out of the gate, though “things slowed down a bit during the months after.”

Labena’s comments in full:

“We’ve been getting some pretty amazing reviews, which we are obviously really happy about. It really caught us by surprise, since Affordable Space Adventures is such a quirky title that we didn’t know what the press would think about it. I guess that all the positive press really affected sales at launch, because we saw a sudden surge of interest from players, YouTube streamers and other media outlets who hadn’t heard about the game before its launch.

While sales kicked off to a great start, things slowed down a bit during the months after launch. We still keep selling units on a daily basis though. It doesn’t come as a surprise either. We are, after all, a digital-only release, and presence in the Wii U eShop is crucial for us. Every time our game shows up in the eShop front page (like a banner, a Nintendo Highlights video or being included in a list of indie games for example), we have a considerable spike in sales. The new update is surely going to get a new surge of interest in the title, so we hope to keep the momentum going with that. We also just launched in Japan, and that’s definitely a super interesting market to get into. You have to think different in how you approach the audience there. Luckily, there are also fans there. One of them posted a drawing on Miiverse and it took as a while to understand that her handwriting said “I’ve been waiting for a year for this game since Knytt Underground” (Knytt Underground being the previous game of Affordable Space Adventure’s Game Director, Nicklas Nygren). What I can tell you, however, is that the game has definitely been a success for us and we are quite happy about how it is performing.”

Yesterday, KnapNok Games announced that a free update will be coming to Affordable Space Adventures on Thursday. This introduces five new levels in Origin Story while also implementing fixes and improvements.

The Affordable Space Adventures update was initially announced for Europe and Australia. A few hours ago, KnapNok also confirmed that the patch will be going live in North America on the same day.

Here’s the relevant tweet:

Affordable Space Adventures will be reduced by 20 percent starting on Thursday in Europe. We’ll let you know if the discount is made available in North America as well.


KnapNok Games and Nifflas Games have announced the development of a new patch slated for summer. It will introduce five “extremely difficult levels” that “have been designed to take advantage of every single feature of the Small Craft, including some that players might not even be aware existed.”

Along with new levels, the upcoming update will also address a number of issues reported by players, including bug fixes.

Discussing today’s news KnapNok Games’ Lau Korsgaard also revealed plans for paid DLC. He said:

We had lots of ideas for very tricky puzzles that we couldn’t find room for in the final release of the game. We hope the community will take on the challenge of these new levels. Besides this free update, we still have lots of other plans for Affordable Space Adventures. In the future, we want to release a more substantial update as paid DLC that will expand the universe of Affordable Space Adventures and tell another chapter of the Uexplore story”.

Source: KnapNok Games PR

Our winners are in!

North America: James Parry, Figureguy, Kevin Malone
Europe: Ramsés Cabello, daydream, Leon Fletcher

Congratulations to them! Codes should be sent out tomorrow, so keep an eye on your inbox. More giveaways to come!

We’re kicking off a new giveaway today for Affordable Space Adventures. Wii U owners in both North America and Europe are eligible to participate!

Simply leave a comment below and tell us about the following: if you could only bring one item with you on your Small Craft to Spectaculon, what would it be and why? Six codes are up for grabs (thanks Max Criden!) – three for North America, and three for Europe. We’ll choose a winner next weekend.

In your comment, please be sure to let us know which region you’re entering for. We may not be able to count your submission without this information.

Good luck, everyone!

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