Indie news (Oct. 5): Runner3 / Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure

Today’s Indie news: another blog post for Runner3, but also…

  • Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure
  • Vaccine
  • Super Destronaut 2: Go Duck Yourself
  • Alice in Wonderland

Runner3

Yesterday, Choice Provisions posted the latest blog post for Runner3, and shared a pretty delicious-looking asset from the game: click here to check it out! It turns out that the developers are planning on sharing game assets on a regular basis, with both exciting and rather mundane ones. The goal is to let players have a good feel of what Runner3 is going to be like.

Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure

Yesterday, Miketendo64 published an interview with Bill Swartz (President of Mastiff Games), about Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure. It covers various topics: how the Nintendo 3DS version of the game compares to the PC version, players reaction at PAX West 2016, New Nintendo 3DS enhancements, and more.

Here’s an excerpt:

It’s a wonderful game, Nihon Falcom was a joy to work with, I’m proud of what we’ve done with localization and port development. The Steam version went smoothly, the 3DS version was technically very, very challenging. All in all, I’d have to say I feel blessed to have been part of Gurumin.

Click here to check out the full thing!

Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure (3DS eShop) comes out on October 13th in North America, and later this year in Europe.

Vaccine

Yesterday, RNC (developers of FreezeMe) revealed their new game: Vaccine, a survival-horror inspired by classics such as Resident Evil (on the PlayStation 1).

Here’s the announcement trailer and the official description:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qR05_7Xnx9w

Find a vaccine for your infected friend before the time runs out, but be aware your friend will relapse sooner or later and you will have to find a new vaccine in a new randomly rebuilt house. Will you be able uncover the mystery to save your friend once and for all!

 

Vaccine is a new approach on Survival Horrors inspired by those of the 90s era such as Resident Evil or Dino Crisis.Players can choose between the two members of a special bio-hazard rapid response team, each starting with their own unique differential abilities.They are trapped in a strange house populated by dangerous mutated creatures, they will have to find a vaccine for another team member who is infected with a deadly virus.

 

Unless the players uncover the mystery of the house, every time they bring back the vaccine, the infected team member will relapse and the user will be presented with a new randomly rebuilt house.The players will be able to gain experience points from different actions and use them on the skills they think will be more beneficial, bringing a more tactical approach compared to the games it takes inspiration from.

Vaccine (Wii U) should be released in Q1 2017. Our Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Super Destronaut 2: Go Duck Yourself

Yesterday, Petite Games confirmed that Super Destronaut 2: Go Duck Yourself would also release on October 20th in Europe (just like in North America). Here’s some screenshots:

As mentioned in the tweet, this will be Petite Game’s last Wii U release. Naturally, this will most likely not be their last release on a Nintendo platform.

Naturally, our Upcoming Releases page has already been updated!

Alice in Wonderland

Here’s the fourth episode of the official Alice in Wonderland (Wii U) development commentary:

 


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