Today’s Indie news:
- Mutant Mudds Super Challenge
- Hive Jump
- Go Go Electric Samurai
Yesterday, VGChzartz published an interview with Jools Watsham from Renegade Kid, about Mutant Mudds Super Challenge (coming out on March 17th in Europe and North America). It tackles various topics, such as the team getting rid of the difficulty curve, whether the difficulty is actually fair or not, boss battles, how the game was developed for both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS at the same time, and more.
Click here to check out the interview!
Yesterday, the developers of Hive Jump posted another Kickstarter update for the game. It covers the following topic:
- Release Schedule Update: Delays (the game is no longer coming out in Q1 2016, which was pretty obvious at this point)
- New Ext. Team Members: YellowAfterLife and FatBard
- Tutorial and Input Prompting
- Relic Bonuses and “The Run”
- New Boss – Harvester – W.I.P.
Click here to check it out!
Go Go Electric Samurai
Did you like Electronic Super Joy? If yes, you’ll want to know that Michael Todd announced his new game on Monday: it’s called Go Go Electric Samurai. The visual design and electronic soundtrack will definitely feel familiar to those of you who did play Electronic Super Joy, but Go Go Electric Samurai couldn’t be any more different. It’s actually a 2v2 and 3v3-focused competitive multiplayer shooter!
Here’s the first trailer:
Go Go Electric Samurai is coming to Wii U, but doesn’t have a release window.
Yesterday, Abylight announced to NintendoLife that they are currently working on a Nintendo 3DS version of After Zoom (which originally came out on DSiWare). Here’s what the studio had to say about the game:
Prepare your Nintendo 3DS system because we will turn it into a lab from another planet! On this new installment of the franchise, ‘AfterZoom’ unveils the origins of such a weird microorganism collection, which consists of more than 150 species. These organisms are feisty and there will be lots of training to calm them down…
Yesterday, RCMADIAX announced via Twitter that Pentapuzzle had passed lotcheck at Nintendo of Europe, and would come out on May 5th in Europe and North America.