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eShop News (Oct. 15) – CHASE short stories / Runner3

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: official English translation for the CHASE: Cold Case Investigations ~Distant Memories~ short stories, but also…

  • Runner3
  • Mr. Pumpkin’s Adventure
  • Stone Shire

CHASE: Cold Case Investigations ~Distant Memories~

On Thursday, CHASE: Cold Case Investigations ~Distant Memories~ (on Nintendo 3DS) was released in Europe and North America, via the Nintendo eShop. If you’re interested, Aksys Games has opened the official website: you can click here to learn more about the game, including the Story, the Characters, the Gameplay, and more.

But more importantly, the website features an official English translation of the short stories Arc System Works originally shared on the official website in Japan: you can check click here to check them out!


On Thursday, Choice Provisions published the latest devblog post for Runner3. In this one, they talk about once again about their need to always make something new, even when making a sequel. They explain how, at the very beginning, they spent the first few months prototyping a level that had the beginnings of each new feature they wanted to “fart around” with.

You can find a drawing of that level, along with their findings after those months of prototyping, by clicking here!

Mr. Pumpkin’s Adventure

On Thursday, Circle Ent. announced that Mr Pumpkin’s Adventure (on Wii U)  would be released on October 27th. Well, it turns out that North America will get the game one week before, on October 20th!

Our Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Stone Shire

A while ago, Cordero from FingerGunGames announced that an update for Stone Shire was in the works, in order to fix some issues with the game (such as lag). He recently started working on it, and yesterday, he shared some details about the update.

The good news? Lag has been greatly reduced. The bad news? Water no longer flows automatically as a result. That being said, you can now enter into water building mode by pressing the X button, allowing you to build water blocks like you would regular blocks.

The update for Stone Shire should be released within the next few weeks.

Source: Miiverse


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