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Today, Nnooo announced plans to localize The Legend of Kusakarai for western markets. Librage originally released the game in Japan last May.

For those who haven’t heard of The Legend of Kusakarai, here’s an overview:

You know what’s the worst thing ever? Fighting slimes and dragons knee deep in grass and weeds.

Well if Kusakari has anything to do with it it wont be that way for long. Get your scythe sharpened and jump in to this quirky Japanese adventure puzzle game. Slice through over 50 levels of grass filled action and help those heroes save the kingdom, in battle grounds fit to have a picnic on!

The Scythe:

Rush from blade to blade and then getting hacking! As you slice away at grass your Scythe will become sharper and start to level up. The higher the level the bigger are you can cut using your special ability. Watch out tho’ Kusakari gets pretty ill if he’s not cutting that grass so make sure you eat up those odd blue bits of grass for a health boost (I’m sure there is nothing odd about eating glowing blue grass right!?) then rush off to the next patch!

And the original Japanese trailer:

A western release date for The Legend of Kusakarai has not yet been confirmed.

Source: Nnooo PR

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Indie studio Nnooo is set to release their previously announced endless shooter, “Blast ‘Em Bunnies”, on the 3DS eShop on March 10th. The game will cost $/€4.99. The game will also launch for PS4, Vita, and Xbox One around the same time.

Nnooo’s description of the game from their press release reads:

Blast ‘Em Bunnies pits you the player as a cute, cartoon bunny called Bang Bang who must defend your rabbit burrow, against an onslaught of evil bunnies. These bunnies have captured your offspring and one of them, the evil Throatslitter, is holding them hostage. Just how long can you and your little ‘uns survive? Grab your carrot rifle, watermelon machine gun, turnip mortar or runner bean laser and take them down! Shoot coins to collect them and spend them on new weapons, upgrades and ammo including sticky raspberries, heat seeking chilli seeds, shredding leek lasers or bouncing, splitting, exploding pumpkin bombs!

The game will launch with purchasable extra content, such as arenas and skins. Details are below:

5 Arena Packs: US$/€ 1.99 each. Each one contains a new arena, day/night system and 3 new music tracks
5 Skin Packs: US$/€ 2.99 each. Each one contains 21 new skins (3 for each bunny type)
3 Permanent Multipliers: US$/€ Free to 9.99. The Multipliers cumulatively increase how many coins you collect when you shoot a coin
4 Weapon Unlocks: US$/€ 2.99 to 4.99. For those who don’t want to play the game to unlock everything!

Users can also purchase bundles of add-on content to save money:

5 Skin and Arena Bundles: US$/€ 3.99 each. Each contains a matching skin and arena pack. (Content value of each – US$/€ 4.98)
All Skins and Arena Bundle: US$/€ 9.99. Contains all of the skins and arenas. (Content Value US$/€ 24.90)
Mega Bundle: US$/€ 14.99. Contains all of the skins, arenas and multipliers. (Content Value US$/€ 39.88)

Nnooo also released a launch trailer for the game (note: this trailer is based on the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game).


Nnooo released a new Blast ‘Em Bunnies trailer today for E3 2015. Check it out below.

On September 4, 2014 Cubemen 2 will release on the Nintendo eshop for The Americas, Europe, and Australia.

Cubemen 2 is a fast-paced 3D strategy game where the player controls an army of Cubemen use to battle various enemies.

“Cubemen 2 is not just a fantastic game, it’s breaking new ground for an indie game on a Nintendo console,” said Nic Watt, Creative Director at Nnooo. “We already know Nintendo players love to create and share amazing artwork and creations in Miiverse. Now they can create levels, share them and battle with other players across multiple platforms! This is great, not only for Nintendo gamers, but for gaming in general.”


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