Today’s Indie news: Twisted Fusion dated and priced, but also…
- Earthlock: Festival of Magic
- Gotta Protectors
- Noitu Love: Devolution
- 13AM Games
Yesterday, Leuvsion (developer of the game) announced that Twisted Fusion would be released in Early October, and that it would cost $5 / £4 (and most likely 5€). The exact release date will most likely be announced pretty soon, but in the mean time, we’ve updated our Upcoming Releases page with this release window!
— Lewis Pugh (@leuvsion) August 22, 2016
Gotta Protectors (Protect Me Knight 2) was released a few weeks ago in North America. If you’re interested in the FM music pack, you will be glad to learn that it’s finally available for purchase: you can get it from the top menu in-game.
Besides the new music, this pack includes the following:
- 20 new maps
- new difficulty (Hell+),
- new illustrations for the result screen and class change system
There’s also a secret feature: if you enter the result screen while holding R, X, and Y, you will get to re-watch events (including the secret ones).
Earthlock: Festival of Magic
Yesterday, the developers of Earthlock: Festival of Magic posted the latest Kickstarter update for the game. In this one, they talk about the Wii U version, and explain they are “dead set” on releasing this version. Unfortunately, they don’t know how long it will take, though they really want to avoid missing the holiday season.
Here’s what they said about that:
We are dead set on getting the game out on Wii U. We believe our backers deserve it and on the contrary to what some say, we also believe there is still a Wii U market worth pursuing. How long it takes we don’t know, but we really, really want to launch on Wii U in good time before the holiday season. (That means November)
Noitu Love: Devolution
Here’s some direct-feed gameplay footage for Noitu Love: Devolution, coming out later this year on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS (a release date should be announced pretty soon!):
Last week, at gamescom 2016, Nintendaan had the opportunity to chat with 13AM Games, developers of Runbow. The interview covers Runbow Pocket (the New Nintendo 3DS version, coming out later this year), and Pirate Pop Plus (a game they’re publishing on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, with cross-buy). Click here to check it out!
During gamescom 2016, last week, NintenOn had the opportunity to chat with Shin’en, developers of FAST Racing Neo. In their interview, Martin Sauter talk about the physical release for FAST Racing Neo, player feedback, what they’re planning to do in the future (spoiler: their next game will be for a Nintendo platform!), and more. Click here to check it out!