eShop news (May 25): Mighty No. 9 / League of Evil / Nefarious / Petite Games

Today’s Nintendo eShop news:

  • Mighty No. 9
  • Nefarious
  • League of Evil
  • Petite Games

Mighty No. 9Mighty No. 9

Here’s the latest trailer for Mighty No. 9, coming out on Wii U on June 21st in North America and Japan, and June 24th in Europe (at retail and on the Nintendo eShop):

Nefarious

Yesterday, Josh Hano published the latest Kickstarter update for Nefarious, which is coming soon to Wii U. In this one, Josh mainly thanks backers for their support, but also intoduce some of the Tyrants. Click here to check it out!

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

League of Evil

Originally released on smartphones, League of Evil is a 2D action/platformer coming soon to PC. And it turns out Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions are also in the works.

Here’s the main features:

  • 140 challenging levels, divided into 4 chapters.
  • Amazing level editor to make your own levels, download new ones from the community and best of all, cross-platform level sharing with Wii U and 3DS!
  • Classic 8-bit style art style
  • Awesome one punch decapitations!
  • Rocking chiptune soundtrack.
  • Super fast and challenging gameplay
  • Each level has a briefcase to collect as a bonus challenge. Try to collect them all!
  • Beat the levels as fast as you can to receive the highest score!
  • Made in our own engine (Spiller).

Here’s a trailer and some screenshots:

Our Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Steam Greenlight

Petite Games

Yesterday, Petite Games shared two screenshots of a new game they’re working on. We don’t know on which platform it will be released just yet, but it’s quite likely there will be a Wii U release.

Here’s the screenshots:


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