Archive for July, 2012

Candle Route – Review Round-up

Monday, July 16th, 2012

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Meet Sparky, a friendly little flame entrusted to bring light to the Crayon Castle before nightfall. The castle is packed with so many candles that without your help he will never make it in time! Lead him through over 100 colorful levels to collect matches and light candles along the way.

Candle Route is a unique and beautiful game that will light a fire in the heart of every puzzle fan! Moreover, it’s as cheap as a cup of coffee, making it a perfect little deal!

See what popular review portals have to say about the game:

  • Wiiloveit.com (27/30): “The fact is Candle Route is a true hit for the DSiWare platform, offering a bright and fiery trail of puzzle merriment in a way that’s pleasurable, even nostalgic. (…) Candle Route has qualities of a production made by an in-house team at Nintendo, with touches that bear resemblances to Paper Mario, Pikmin, and Yoshi’s Island.”
  • Family Friendly Gaming (84/100): “All in all Candle Route is a very pleasant experience. (…) [it] will stick with you long after many other games on your Nintendo DSi.”
  • NintendoLife (8/10): “Candle Route combines an original premise with a fantastic visual style, two distinct types of gameplay, and a staggering amount of content for a 200 Point DSiWare release. Lighting up Crayon Castle is a labour of love, and puzzle fans will find a lot to love here.”

Candle Route is already available in North America and soon it will be released in Europe (on July 26th). You can download it for just 200 Nintendo Points on Nintendo DSiWare and $1.99 on Nintendo eShop.

If you’re still not convinced, then let us enchant you with the official trailer!

Escape the Virus: Swarm Survival – Review Round-up

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

EscapeTheVirusSwarmSurvival thumbnail Escape the Virus: Swarm Survival   Review Round upEscape the Virus: Swarm Survival allows you to discover a whole new world hidden beyond the limits of the human eye. It features two game-play modes: Normal mode, where your goal is to make the longest DNA chain, and Baby mode, where you are a DNA guardian sneaking between enemies to transport DNA pieces to safety.

Escape the Virus has been available on Nintendo DSiWare for almost 2 weeks, so it’s time for a short review round-up icon smile Escape the Virus: Swarm Survival   Review Round up

  • NintendoLife (7/10): “It’s quick, hectic and has that “one more try” quality that makes for a good on-the-go game. (…) If the concept appeals to you and you enjoy beating your own records, you’ll have a good time surviving this swarm.”
  • Nintendo Charged (8/10): “One major reason that I enjoyed this game so much was its simplicity. No huge gimmicks, no crazy controls, just good pure fun. (…)  If you’re looking for some simple, affordable fun, you should consider downloading Escape the Virus: Swarm Survival.”
  • Nintendojo (B): “At only $1.99 (200 points in the DSiWare store), Escape the Virus: Swarm Survival seems one of the better deals in the Nintendo eShop.”

Don’t hesitate and get your own copy today! Rack up a high score and put your survival skills to the test in this reflex-awakening action!

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