News Article

Chillingo Contaminating Our Download Services with Sneezies

Posted by Trevor Chan

Uh oh, we're in trouble...something's come along...

It seems the relatively compact nature of a Nintendo download game is proving to be an enticing prospect for developers who have worked on titles for the iPhone (and the plethora of electronics that begin with a lower-case 'i'), and the publisher of the WiiWare and DSiWare versions of Dracula: Undead Awakening is bringing us another double-helping, this time it's in the form of a rather nose-itching puzzler.

Sneezies is a vibrant-looking puzzle game that's set for a release on WiiWare and DSiWare and requires players to sprinkle sneezing powder in bursts onto a field of little creatures called - you've guessed it, Sneezies - and make them sneeze. As they snap out of their bubbles that they're floating in, players must cause sizeable chain reactions to rescue as many of them as they can in one go. Game features will include:

  • Sneezies features beautiful graphics, varied backgrounds, hilarious sound effects, and relaxed, soothing background music
  • Play through 45 relaxing levels of Sneezies in the Classic Mode, or unleash your skills in the 15 Challenge Mode levels

As of yet, the game has only been rated by PEGI and release dates and pricing have not been announced. For more screenshots from the original version that's available on the Apple App Store, visit the official game page.

Thanks to Janne for the heads-up.


From the web

User Comments (10)



accc said:

Nintendo really should step in and prevent these companies from polluting Wiiware and DSiware with low rent iphone ports. All they end up doing is unfairly give those services a bad reputation.



Bankai said:

Obviously the people going "noooo" haven't played Dracula: Undead Awakening, or Chillingo's other iPhone games.

They're typically really good at this stuff.



ErrorSupply said:

Good to see a few games getting wifi leaderboards. The competition can add a lot of replay value.



Zach said:

Is this subhead something that British people say when they're about to sneeze?



TrevorTheChan said:

@zkaplan It's something you might say if you were quoting a song by Shampoo; all for the sake of a bubble reference. I'm not proud but I'd do it again if I had to.

Leave A Comment

Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...