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Nintendo Download Highlights 04-24-2014

 

 

April 24, in the year of our Lord 2014 -- This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:

Nintendo eShop on Wii U
NES Remix 2 – Take on rapid-fire challenges from classic NES games remixed with mind-bending twists like playing as Link while running from Boos and nabbing coins as Kirby in Super Mario Bros. Experience epic game-play set pieces from the likes of Kid Icarus, Metroid, Super Mario Bros. 2 and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link in ways you never have before. NES Remix 2 will be available on April 25.

Child of Light™ – Child of Light is an RPG inspired by fairy tales. The story takes you on the coming-of-age journey of Aurora, the daughter of a duke, who is transported to the fantastic world of Lemuria. Players can play alone or in seamless Cooperative mode, controlling Aurora’s friend Igniculus the firefly through the Wii U GamePad controller. Child of Light will be available on April 29. Click here to check out the trailer for Child of Light.

Virtual Console on Wii U
Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 – April is a month to remember with classic games launching each week. Yoshi is back, baby! In this Game Boy Advance classic, he’s ready to romp through a crayon-colored world where enemies are everywhere. Prepare to flutter jump and toss eggs to protect Baby Mario from the evil Magikoopa, Kamek. To save the day, Yoshi will have to morph into vehicles and even eat his enemies to turn them into eggs.

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS
Mario Golf: World Tour - Demo Version – Go clubbing around the world with Mario! Tee off as your favorite Mushroom Kingdom or Mii character while challenging players online. Shoot into Warp Pipes and dodge Piranha Plants in Mushroom Kingdom areas, or take a shot at nature-themed courses. Power-up your shots with special items to burn past pesky plants, blast over gaping chasms or freeze water hazards. The full version of Mario Golf: World Tour launches in stores and the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS on May 2.

Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends – Mama is back in her gardening gloves and planting the seeds of friendship. Get growing with 50 fresh plants, new activities and creative gardening fun. Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends will be available on April 29. Click here to check out the teaser trailer for Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends.

Nintendo eShop Sale
Joindots – For a limited time, select games by Joindots are now on sale in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS, including FunFair Party Games, Gardenscapes, Secret Agent Files: Miami and 3D MahJongg. This offer is valid until 9 a.m. PT on May 8.

Also new this week:
• Ava and Avior Save the Earth (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
• Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS) – Available April 29
• Mystery Case Files®: Return to Ravenhearst (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
• Me & My Furry Patients 3D (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
• Sea Battle (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS / DSiWare on Nintendo DSi)

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Krakow, POLAND – Teyon and WaiS Co. Ltd proudly announce the release of Sea Battle, a rendition of the iconic battleship pencil and paper game on Nintendo DSiTM next Thursday, April 24. Sea Battle will be released in the Americas and Europe on Nintendo DSiWareTM for 200 Nintendo DSi PointsTM. Also, it will be offered in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™ for $/€1.99.

Hidden in the untamed ocean awaits an enemy ready to attack. Launch strikes and counter-strikes with missiles and powerful torpedoes to locate and submerge your enemy’s entire fleet. Use new, bonus items such as scanners to gain intelligence and detect the location of your enemy. Challenge your friends to battles against your fleet with DS Wireless Play to see who really rules the seas or tackle missions and battles on your own in three different single player modes. Your only hope of survival is to uncover your enemy’s whereabouts before they uncover yours!

Features
Based on the iconic naval battle themed paper and pencil game with exciting new features
Battle in classic mode, missions mode or the new modern mode which includes additional features such as mines and diagonal ship placement
DS Wireless Play feature available for wild sea battles against friends
A range of map sizes with increasing difficulty levels for progressively intense battles

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Hamburg, - in the Nintendo 3DS game “Me & my furry patients 3D” from TREVA Entertainment GmbH, players slip on a white coat to take care of poorly pets. The waiting room is full of concerned pet owners with their dogs, cats, rodents, birds and even horses. The animals come to the veterinary surgery with the widest range of symptoms: from lack of appetite, fever, ear-ache, right up to vitamin deficiencies – there are a total of 56 different kinds of sickness which have to be cured in the course of the game.

To do all of this, the young vets have to select from a broad spectrum of possible treatments. Ultrasound examinations, bandaging, giving injections, administering medications, applying ointments, measuring fevers, using a magnifier and tweezers to remove foreign bodies and lots more.

All of this means that players are able to do all kinds of things to make the birds and animals quickly well again, difficult cases can also be admitted to be treated as in-patients. The animal patients are housed in attractive kennels, enclosures, aviaries and stalls, all of which can be constructed and extended in the course of the game. There is even a therapy centre which can be built in the practice’s grounds in which animals can, for example, undergo exercise therapies and receive massages.

A loving, caring treatment style does contribute to healing our feathered and four-legged friends - so it’s not just all about regularly feeding the animals with the right food – cuddling and stroking is also very important to the animals’ well-being.

Getting out into the fresh air is a regular event: taking dogs walkies or an extended ride out through the meadows and woods with their own horse – and these kinds of activities recharge our young vets’ batteries. So that players can quickly get about in the extensive landscape, the game also supports control via the Circle Pad.

Just as in real life, players need to continuously train and they can pick up all kinds of useful knowledge about animals in the Academy. Another aspect of the game is learning good housekeeping with the money they earn, and the young vets can do this when they go the nearby town to stock up on food supplies and visit the pharmacy for fresh medications. There is also a local advertising agency - after all, new potential customers need to hear about this wonderful veterinary practice too!

If a vet meets another player in StreetPass™ mode, then the animals’ health values will rise, there are additional rewards of medications and game currency. Game currency can also be exchanged for collected Play Coins. And there’s another entertaining feature: Players can use the Nintendo 3DS camera to take a real 3D photo of themselves and use it in the game.
Features:

Exciting development and caring fun in real 3D!
Comprehensive use of the Nintendo 3DS features such as:
- Accurate, detailed 3-D aspect
- StreetPass™ mode
- Collecting Play Coins from the Nintendo 3DS
Eight popular pet varieties such as guinea pigs, cats, dogs, birds and horses
56 different illness symptoms
Numerous examination and treatment possibilities such as magnifying glass, fever thermometer, ultrasound, giving injections, bandaging, using tweezers and more
And there’s lots of fun with different possible actions such as stroking, going walkies, ride outs, shopping expeditions, feeding and playing.

“Me & my furry Patients 3D” is available right now at $29.99 in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS.

 

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