Indie news (July 20): Chicken Wiggle / Kid Tripp: release date (3DS) / Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom

Today’s Indie news: more gameplay footage for Chicken Wiggle, but also…

  • Kid Tripp
  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom
  • Tiny Barbarian DX
  • Qbics Paint
  • Cat Quest
  • League of Evil

Chicken Wiggle

Today, Jools Watsham shared some more gameplay footage for Chicken Wiggle on Nintendo 3DS:

Unfortunately, he didn’t share a release date, but there’s no doubt we’re getting one pretty soon!

Kid Tripp

Earlier today, Four Horses announced that the Nintendo 3DS version of Kid Tripp would be released next week (on July 27th, to be more precise) in Europe and North America, where it will cost $3.99/£3.59/€3.99. No word on the Japanese release, or the Nintendo Switch version for now!

The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Four Horses

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom

Remember the demo for Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, that the developers are preparing for gamescom? Well, it turns out it will be running on the Nintendo Switch, as revealed in the latest devblog post for the game.

In that same post, they talk about selecting screenshots for the press, based on that very version. Here’s the screenshots they ended up picking:

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom (Switch – eShop) still doesn’t have a release date.

Source: FDG Entertainment

Tiny Barbarian DX

Yesterday, Nicalis revealed the boxart for Tiny Barbarian DX, featuring an illustration by Susumu Matsushita!

Tiny Barbarian DX (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Nicalis

Qbics Paint

Today, Abylight confirmed that Qbics Paints (on Nintendo Switch) would indeed be released on July 27th, as listed on Nintendo of America’s website. The game will cost 4.99€/ $4.99. For more details, make sure to check out this post!

The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Abylight

Cat Quest

Yesterday, PQube uploaded Part 1 of the Dev Diary for Cat Quest, which is coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year:

League of Evil

In 2018, the Nintendo Switch Online service will be fully launched, and will become paid. For using the online features of Nintendo Switch games, you will need to get a subscription (fortunately pretty cheap). But… not for League of Evil, it seems!

Earlier today, Ratalaika Games announced on Twitter that they were currently in discussions with Nintendo, to make sure the online features of that game remains free ever after the full, paid version of the Nintendo Switch Online service is launched.

Source: Ratalaika Games



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