August 12th, 2014
The cult classic from Sega Genesis and Game Boy Advance, Steel Empire is already available on Nintendo eShop for some time now, so let’s see what media and players have to say about it!
The team at NintendoLife was very pleased with the game. Morgan Sleeper wrote that “not only is it a fantastic example of a remake done right, with a polished presentation that feels right at home on the 3DS, it also stands as a great modern game in its own right”. In conclusion Steel Empire “is a blast” and gets an impressive score of 9!
PureNintendo pointed out that “Steel Empire makes for a highly entertaining 3DS download! (…) It deserves to succeed even more now due to the lack of shooters being made – when originally released the market was bloated with such games!”. The reviewer advises to “consider this a must buy for shooter fans” and rates the game with 8.5.
Destructoid summed up that ”[the game] looks, sounds, and feels great on the 3DS, and is a natural fit for Nintendo’s portable. The 3D effect is more pronounced than many other eShop games, and the user interface is wonderfully minimal. The same could be said about the retro soundtrack, which is phenomenal.” Chris Carter gave the game 8/10 and his recommendation by saying “[it] is worth your time and cash”.
Eric from 3DSpedia.com also praised the game: ”Amazing gameplay, great replay value, excellent remastering work and a premium presentation is the best way to define Steel Empire, where I can easily recommend it to any fan of the genre.” Zack from MyGamer admitted: “I honestly have not had this much fun with a 2D shooter in a long time.” And Garrett from Wii’s World called Steel Empire ”undoubtedly a well-crafted game that any fan of this genre should give a shot.”
And if you are still not convinced, see what Bullet Heaven Mini has to say in their review:
Don’t hesitate and get your own copy today!
July 25th, 2014
Teach your pony, enjoy fun games, dress up your pony — all in amazing 3D!
The Play Pets series is back with a new installment, this time with ponies as main characters! Teyon in cooperation with Selectsoft released yesterday 101 Pony Pets 3D on Nintendo 3DS.
What’s even more fun than a puppy for a pet? Your very own pony! With 101 Pony Pets 3D, you can have a pony friend to care for, teach, play with and love, all in amazing 3D. Choose from over 101 entertaining ponies—or simply adopt them all!
Play a game of fetch in the park or teach your pony to dance, jump and fly. Reward your pet with a treat after each trick! Enter your pony into pet shows to earn toys, food, clothing and furniture, then dress up your pet with hats, glasses, shirts and more. Watch your pony up close and personal, as you zoom in, zoom out, tilt and rotate in real 3D. Enjoy fun minigames as you take your pony to the vet for checkups, give it a bath, romp in the yard and more.
You’ll never be bored with over 101 pony friends to groom, pamper, play with and love!
- 101+ ponies to adopt
- 101+ toys and items
- Zoom, tilt and rotate in stunning 3D
- Fun minigames and quests
101 Pony Pets is already available to download in the Nintendo eShop in the Americas for $4.99! You can watch the official game-play video below:
July 24th, 2014
Fight the Evil in the retro shooting experience!
Steel Empire is a huge Japanese brand originally released as Koutetsu Teikoku. Damien McFerran in his retrospective article for EuroGamer called the title: “ one of the most original and enduring shooters of the 16-bit era; a game which continues to enthral existing fans and – thanks to the 3DS version – is set to enrapture an entirely fresh generation of players.” Teyon in cooperation with Mechanic Arms, Mebius and Starfish are proud to bring this awesome franchise to Amercian players on a totally new platform!
Steel Empire is a steam punk shoot’em up game featuring a frantic combat filled with powerful enemies and insane obstacles. Enjoy a beautiful world and retro game-play as you dodge and shoot your way through classical stages. Choose one of 4 difficulty settings according to your set of skills and fight the evil empire! See how well you did using the Replay Mode and show your worth by getting all achievements.
Originally released on Sega Genesis and Game Boy™ Advance, now Steel Empire is finally coming to Nintendo 3DS™!
- Dance with bullets and shoot down the enemy
- 7 complex stages full of adrenaline-pumping action and boss fights
- Collect special power-ups and increase your firepower with a level-up system (up to 20 levels)
- Enjoy the retro graphics providing new 3D effects
- The classic is back! Legendary side-scrolling shooting action now flying into the Nintendo eShop!
Steel Empire will be available on Nintendo eShop in the Americas from July 31 for $29.99! You can watch the official trailer below:
May 13th, 2014
Last week I had a pleasure to be a speaker at Digital Dragons, a new gaming trade event in Krakow.
Thank you to everyone who have been there, I hope you enjoyed the presentation.
As promised my presentation is available online at the following location: http://goo.gl/SsbMrv
Should you have any questions, you can contact me directly: mateusz AT teyon.com
Wish you all the best!
April 30th, 2014
The new rendition of the classic paper and pencil game battleship, Sea Battle is already available on Nintendo DSiWare and Nintendo eShop for some time now. Here is a summary of what some reviewers have had to say about the title!
The team at Pure Nintendo pointed out that “Sea Battle accomplishes what it set out to do by translating an iconic game into the digital realm and offering it for a scant 200 points ($1.99). At such a low price, this download isn’t hard to recommend – you’ll get your money’s worth.” The game was titles “a solid budget offering” and rated with a 7.
Darkain Arts Gamers were also pleased with the game citing Sea Battle as ”solid in the gameplay, game mechanics and look”. The game got an overall recommendation: “If you enjoy playing the boardgame Battleship you should check this one out” and a score of 7.
What’s Your Tag summed up Sea Battle as “a cheap game that is easy to pick up and play to pass the time” adding that “it takes the classic Battleship formula and adds a little twist with modern mode and a few challenge levels”.
But the most positive opinion was from eShop Gurus which wrote about Sea Battle that “it stands on its own very well as a good electronic Battleship game. (…) For someone looking for a good Battleship game, I give this my full recommendation!”
Don’t hesitate and get your own copy today. Command your fleet to victory in this epic battle on open seas!