Did you have a good weekend? Are you sad that it is nearly over? Well fret not, as I hope to continue the weekend joy to two lucky readers. The results are now in for the Armillo giveaway!
Before I announce the winners of the competition, I would just like to say a huge ‘Thank You’ to Fuzzy Wuzzy Games for developing such a brilliant game and for being supportive of our giveaway. I would also like to thank everyone who took the time to enter this giveaway too!
Now, on with the results, the winners are keven81 from North America and xdivann from Europe. Congratulations for winning! I will be contacting you shortly regarding the download codes.
Thanks again to everyone who participated, and stay tuned as I will be announcing something rather exciting tomorrow!
This competition is now closed! Results will be posted shortly!
Armillo was only released yesterday on the Wii U eShop, and already we are loving it, but if you are still fencing on whether or not you should download it, then have we got some news for you. We’ve been able to team up with Fuzzy Wuzzy Games, who were able to offer us two download codes of Armillo to give away to two lucky readers. There is one for a European reader and one for a North American reader.
To win, all you need to do is to comment on this post, and the winners will be picked out from random. The competition will close at 6pm UK time on Sunday 6th July 2014, and the winners will be announced shortly afterwards.
Please make sure to state whether you are from Europe or North America in your comment.
This competition is only open to residents of North America and Europe
Only your first comment will count towards the contest
Double your chance by retweeting this tweet and post the retweet link as a reply to your original comment
Anything regarded as spam (advertising etc.), bullying or trolling will disqualify you from this competition
You must provide an accurate email in the email box
Your email will only be passed over to Fuzzy Wuzzy Games so you can receive your download code but will NOT be sold to any companies and you will NOT receive spam from us or FWG
All comments made after 6pm UK on the 6th July 2014 time will not be counted
It is required that you enjoy your weekend 😉
Enjoy your weekend and good luck!
One game which we are avidly looking forward to purchasing this week, is the indie action/platformer, Armillo. Recently, Fuzzy Wuzzy Games have been posting tweets on their Twitter page revealing some interesting facts about the game’s development. Their latest fact proves that delaying a game can definitely have its advantages.
This tweet demonstrates what the game looked like before their first delay, and what it looks like now. As you can see, the after picture (the bottom one) offers a much crisper image of the game highlighting many details very clearly.
So the moral of today’s story is, don’t go whining that a game is being delayed, it usually means that the developers can take more time to fine tune aspects of the game.
Armillo is set to be released tomorrow (3rd June 2014) in North America and Europe on the Nintendo Wii U’s eShop. It will require approximately 1.9GB to install.
This week sure seems like a very exciting week for those eShopers within the UK. We have luchador platforming action, armadillo rolling, Chibi-Robo photography and a heck of a lot more this week on the European eShop!
- Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! (Nintendo)
Nintendo 3DS (Download) – 03/07/14 – €12.99 / £11.69 / CHF18.20
The Curator dreams of immortalising real-world objects as NostalJunk to put on display, and it’s your job as Chibi-Robo to help him fill his Exhibition rooms with your very own photographs! Using your Nintendo 3DS or 2DS cameras, line up in-game shapes with real-life objects, take a snap, then watch them be transformed into the coveted NostalJunk! Explore the human world as the helpful robot hero and see things from a new – and Chibi – perspective, as you meet a cast of colourful and hilarious characters, including a sushi-slinging squid, a high-flying super hero, and an eccentric pair of chefs. Solve their problems and clean up the world to earn Happy points to buy Silhouette films for your camera. The more happiness you spread, the faster you can realise The Curator’s dream of having as many NostalJunk aficionados admire his exhibits as possible.
- Quell Reflect (CIRCLE Ent.)
Nintendo 3DS (Download) – 03/07/14 – €3.99 / £3.49 / CHF5.00
Quell Reflect is an enchanting game of logic, which has taken the puzzle world by storm. Put your brain to the test with this charming puzzle game that features over 100 levels of addictive, lateral thinking. Featuring a
beautiful exclusive soundtrack by Steven Cravis, Quell Reflect is a deceptively simple, and easy to pickup game that will test your brain in new ways. Be prepared to lose yourself in this entrancing Zen classic! Fall in love with Quell today!
- Pokémon Art Academy (Nintendo)
Nintendo 3DS (Card/Download) – 04/07/14 – €34.99/£29.99/CHF44.90
Grab your stylus and start your Pokémon-drawing journey in Pokémon Art Academy, only on Nintendo 3DS family systems! This Pokémon-themed iteration of the Art Academy series offers budding illustrators and Pokémon fans alike 40 lessons to learn how to paint, sketch and draw with beloved Pokémon characters.
- Squids Odyssey (The Game Bakers)
Nintendo 3DS (Download) – 03/07/14 – €12.99 / £9.99 / CHF15.99
Squids Odyssey is a unique mix of action strategy and RPG: build your team of Squid heroes for epic turn-based battles against corrupted crabs and shrimps! Steev and the rest of the Squids are in danger! An infectious black ooze is corrupting their world. The band of unlikely heroes need to fight back to save their kingdoms!
Special offer: If you downloaded Squids Odyssey on Nintendo 3DS™, you can download Squids Odyssey from Nintendo eShop on Wii U for free! (Your Wii U™ and Nintendo 3DS must be linked with the same Nintendo Network ID.)
- Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (Drinkbox Studios)
Wii U (Download) – 02/07/2014 – €13.99 / £11.99 / CHF17.25
Guacamelee! STCE is a Metroidvania-style action-platformer set in a magical world inspired by traditional Mexican culture and folklore. The game features melee combat, parallel dimensions and same-screen co-op. This new Super Turbo Championship Edition also includes extra abilities, more level content and enhanced graphics. Also chickens.
- Flowerworks HD: Follie’s Adventure (NOCTURNAL)
Wii U (Download) – 03/07/14 – €2.50/£2.00/CHF3.50 until 31/07/14 23:59 UTC. Regular price is €5.00/£4.00/CHF7.00
During a routine space trip, Follie’s ship mysteriously malfunctions and crash lands on Elilia, losing all her precious Flowerwork seeds. Before long, her very sanity is threatened by drab surroundings and uncooperative gnomes. Help Follie find her seeds, use Flowerworks to transform her surroundings and show those gnomes who is boss on the way to unlocking the secret of Elilia. Flowerworks HD has 5 difficulty levels to cater to all skill levels, but beware – becoming a Flowerworks master in this 20hr puzzle/adventure game is not for the faint of heart! Flowerworks HD is a high-definition, 1080p/60fps remastered version of the WiiWare release Flowerworks. Flowerworks HD supports two-player cooperative play, off-TV play and supports both the Wii U™ Pro Controller and Wii Remote™.
- Armillo (Fuzzy Wuzzy Games)
Wii U (Download) – 03/07/14 – €4.50/£4.00/CHF6.50 until 24/07/14 23:59 UTC. Regular price is €6.00/£5.50/CHF8.50
Armillo is a rolling platforming game with a sci-fi parallel universe theme. Roll around in spherical 3D worlds. Then enter a bonus stage on the moon. There’s also the evil parallel universe and special 2D speed-run inspired levels. Lots of unexpected deadly twists, and surprises await!
Wii U Virtual Console
- Adventure Island (KONAMI)
Wii U (Virtual Console-NES) – 03/07/14 €4.99/£3.49/CHF7.00
An evil witch doctor has kidnapped Master Higgins’ true love, Tina! You must venture through eight perilous areas filled with enemies determined to stop you. As if that wasn’t tough enough, Master Higgins loses vitality over time; so he must grab fruit, milk and whatever other goodies he can as he races towards his goal. Smash eggs to find useful items like the axe and skateboard to help you progress. At the end of each stage, face off against the witch doctor’s various guises. Go, Master Higgins, go!This is the US version of the game.
- Tappingo (CIRCLE Ent.) – Nintendo 3DS (Download) Nintendo eShop from 03/07/14 €1.99 / £1.69 / CHF2.69 until 17/07/14 23:59 UTC. Regular price is €2.99 / £2.49 / CHF4.00
- Doodle Jump Adventures (Avanquest) – Nintendo 3DS (Card/Download) Nintendo eShop from 03/07/14 €12.99 / £9.99 / CHF16.00 until 17/07/14 23:59 local time. Regular price is €24.99 / £19.99 / CHF31.9
- Kung Fu Rabbit (Neko Entertainment) – Wii U (Download) Nintendo eShop from 03/07/14 €2.49 / £2.19 / CHF3.50 until 10/07/14 23:59 local time. Regular price is €4.99 / £4.49 / CHF7.00
- Kung Fu Rabbit (Nekko Entertainment) – Nintendo 3DS (Download) Nintendo eShop from 03/07/14 €2.49 / £2.19 / CHF3.50 until 10/07/14 23:59 local time. Regular price is €4.99 / £4.49 / CHF7.00
Phew, now that’s a lot of digital content, guaranteeing to fulfil your shopaholic needs. Remember, the download exclusive titles are generally released on Thursdays, whereas the Digital and Retail titles will be released on Fridays.
What eShop games will you purchase this week? Personally, I’ll be going for Armillo and perhaps Guacamelee.
Armillo is an upcoming indie title, exclusive for a limited time on Wii U, in which you control this cute space armadillo over a variety of 3D and 2D platforming levels. I think this video explains the gameplay a lot better than I can though.
Personally, the game looks pretty awesome, a unique take on the puzzle games like Mercury and Super Monkey Ball. If you already knew about this game, then here is a little info which you may not have heard before which may, or may not, blow your mind. According to Fuzzy Wuzzy Games, Armillo was originally called Spinball, and it was initially going to be created for mobile platforms. They also mention that the game has a few of the 2D stages left over from the mobile version to pay tribute to it.
You can check out more Armillo facts by going to the Fuzzy Wuzzy Games Twitter page.
The game is set to be released on the Wii U’s eShop on the 3rd July 2014.