eShop news (Jan. 23): Upcoming releases / Chicken Wiggle / 6180 the moon

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: some Upcoming releases for the Nintendo eShop in Europe, but also…

  • Chicken Wiggle
  • 6180 the moon
  • Candy, Please!
  • IARC

Upcoming releases

Here’s various games releasing soon on the Nintendo eShop in Europe:

  • [Wii U] Color Cubes (RCMADIAX): 1.49€ [releasing on February 2nd, requires 122.3MB]
  • [Wii U] Brick Race (RCMADIAX): 1.49€ [releasing on February 2nd, requires 105.9MB]
  • [Wii U] Shadow Archer (Ultra Dolphin Rev): 2.99€ [releasing on February 2nd, requires 109.7MB]
  • [3DS] Candy Please (Nostatic Software): 2.25€ [releasing on January 26th]
  • [3DS] Butterfly Inchworm Animation II (Flat Black Film): 7.99€ [releasing on January 26th]
  • [3DS] Word Search 10K (Lightwood Games): 7.99€ [releasing on January 26th]
  • [New 3DS] Lifespeed (Wee Man Studios): 5.99€ [releasing on February 9th]
  • [New 3DS] Hit Ninja (Petite Games): 1.99€ [releasing on February 9th]

Naturally, the Ucoming Releases page has been updated with those games/releases dates!

Chicken Wiggle

Here’s a couple of screenshots for Chicken Wiggle, originally shared in the Jools Watsham’s weekly web show:

Chicken Wiggle (3DS eShop) will be released later this year (in Q1, if everything goes well).

6180 the moon

6180 the moon is a unique game that makes full use of the GamePad screen on Wii U, forcing players to alternate between the second screen and the TV. If you’ve ever thought this would make a great Nintendo 3DS game, you’re in luck: Turtle Cream announced last week that 6180 the moon was indeed coming to the New Nintendo 3DS in the near future (it was even playable at the Taipei Game Show 2017).

The Ucoming Releases page has been updated!

Candy, Please!

As mentioned above, Candy, Please! is releasing this week in Europe… but also in North America, it seems!

The Ucoming Releases page has been updated!

IARC

Thanks to the IARC (International Age Rating Coalition), getting digital-only games rated for release on the Nintendo eShop (and other store fronts) is extremely easy, and “free”. No more long-winded and costy procedures: now, all you have to do is send a survey, and… that’s pretty much it.

And earlier this month, the Minister for Communications (in Australia) has formally approved the IARC tool for ongoing use in Australia, following a rather lengthy test period (12 months).

Source: Minister for Communications
Thanks Minimum Viable Choc (Twitter) for the heads up!


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