REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:
Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ – The Binding of
Isaac: Afterbirth+ is a dungeon-crawling shoot-’em-up that’s a
different game each and every time you play it. The randomly
generated maps are built with more than 11,000 unique room
configurations, each populated with a nearly endless variety of
enemies, items, challenges and secrets.
Resource Machine – Human Resource Machine is a
puzzle game for nerds. In each level, your boss gives you a job.
Automate it by programming your little office worker. If you
succeed, you’ll be promoted up to the next level for another year
of work in the vast office building.
Inferno – Multiple nominee in the Independent Games
Festival for the Grand Prize, Nuovo Award, and Technical
Excellence, with honorable mentions in Best Design and Best Audio. Little
Inferno is an adventure game that takes place almost entirely
in front of a fireplace – about looking up up up out of the
chimney, and the cold world just on the other side of the wall.
of Goo – World of Goo is a physics-based
puzzle/construction game. The millions of Goo Balls who live in
the beautiful World of Goo don’t know that they are in a game, or
that they are extremely delicious.
Virtual Console on Wii U
3D – Track the numbers to uncover the hidden shape in
this beloved Nintendo DS classic. Tap a chisel to eliminate blocks
you think don’t belong or use a paintbrush to mark ones you think
should stay. Beginners and Picross series veterans alike
will love this puzzle game that’s easy to pick up, but hard to put
Nintendo eShop sales:
Nintendo eShop on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS
All Monster Hunter games on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
are now up to 66 percent off until 8:59 a.m. PT on March 22. Join
the hunt today! Check out the full list of deals on Nintendo 3DS
and Wii U available this week at http://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals.
- All Monster Hunter games on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Also new this week:
NEOGEO THE KING OF FIGHTERS ’94 (Nintendo eShop on
Breakout (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
Party (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
– Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
Breakout II (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
– Alien Cleanup Elite (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
(Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
Force Anniversary (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
Party (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
In addition to video games available at retail stores, Nintendo also
offers a variety of content that people can download directly to their
systems. Nintendo adds new games weekly to Nintendo eShop on the
Nintendo Switch console, the Wii U console, and the Nintendo 3DS family
Nintendo eShop is a cash-based service that features a wide variety of
content, including new and classic games, applications and demos. Users
can add money to their account balances by using a credit card or
purchasing a Nintendo eShop Card at a retail store and entering the code
from the card. All funds from one card must be loaded in Nintendo eShop
on Nintendo Switch, Wii U or the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, but can
be used in any Nintendo eShop if the systems are linked to a single
Nintendo Network account.
The Wii Shop Channel offers games and applications and uses Wii Points™,
which can be purchased via the Wii Shop Channel. The Nintendo DSi™
Shop offers games and applications and uses Nintendo DSi Points™.
for details about the recent Nintendo DSi Shop service change.
Remember that Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Wii, New Nintendo 3DS, New
Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS and
Nintendo DSi feature parental controls that let adults manage some of
the content their children can access. Nintendo 3DS players who register
a Nintendo Network ID gain access to free-to-start games and free game
demos from Nintendo eShop, and also get the latest news and information
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