Today’s Nintendo eShop news: release date and screenshots for Creeping Terror, but also…
- The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup
- Drop It: Block Paradise!
- Ratalaika Games
- Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure
This week, it was announced that Creeping Terror (a sidescrolling horror game for the Nintendo 3DS) would be released on January 18th in Japan. Here’s some screenshots:
And here’s the trailer, for those of you who missed it:
The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!
Earlier this week, the co-founder of Choice Provisions shared a picture of one of the Runner3 bosses:
Here is a sneakish peakish of a Runner3 BOSS. THE FAT LORDS. pic.twitter.com/mks7ifGgPR
— Roushneesh (@MikeNRoush) December 28, 2016
The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup
This week, Gory Detail shared some more screenshots for The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup:
Drop It: Block Paradise!
Here’s the final trailer for Drop It: Block Paradise! on Wii U, to be submitted to Nintendo in early January (for an early 2017 release):
And here’s a couple of screenshots shared by the developer on Twitter:
— ZeNfA Productions (@ZeNfAGames) December 30, 2016
This week, Ratalaika Games shared a few updates regarding… the updates they’re currently working on:
- Defend your Crypt: the update is ready, and should be sent to Nintendo for lotcheck in early 2017;
- Blasting Agent: the update is also almost ready, and will include Russian. It will be sent to lotcheck in January. Also, the team is working on the Japanese version of the game, which implies it will be released in Japan in the near future.
Source: Ratalaika Games
Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure
Just like several other games, Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure on Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo eShop) has some seasonal events. On Christmas eve, you could find a Santa outfit in Parin’s room, and even wear if you wanted to (unfortunately, it doesn’t give any stats boost). There was also a Christmas tree.
On New Year’s day, you will be able to find a cute kimono in Palin’s wardrobe, and just like the Santa’s outfit, you can wear it if you want. But that’s not all: in town, you will also find Kagami Mochi everywhere (those are two stacked, round rice cakes with a leaf on top).