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Exclusive: First Bobby Carrot Forever WiiWare Screenshots

Posted by James Newton

WiiWare title returns

It's been a long time since we heard anything about Bobby Carrot Forever. In fact, you'd have to go back to our WiiWare World days to read the game's announcement from December 2008, but the game is still very much under way at FDG Entertainment. In fact, we have some exclusive new screenshots of the rabbit's new outing to share with you.

The game itself has been rated by PEGI, with a rating from the ESRB coming soon, and the game is expected to be submitted to Nintendo shortly. We'll have a trailer and news of Bobby Carrot's Forever long-awaited WiiWare release shortly, but in the meantime enjoy these first screenshots, which are exclusive to Nintendo Life.

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User Comments (15)

KnucklesSonic8

#2

KnucklesSonic8 said:

Just thought about this last week. Nice to see some updates with this. Thanks for sharing these new screens guys. :)

smileisles

#3

smileisles said:

Wow! I have never even heard of this game. It looks really neat! Puzzle game like Lolo perhaps??? I like the visual style, kinda like 4 Swords on Gamecube...

DannyBoyTheDude

#4

DannyBoyTheDude said:

Interesting choice in name, though the game looks like fun. Unfortunately, I'm terrible at Adventures of Lolo. :-P

Yasume

#5

Yasume said:

Ah yes, I remember the first article about this game on WiiWareWorld. It's good to hear that the game isn't cancelled. I'm wondering if it's meant for the younger gamers though, like the PooYoo games.

Terra

#6

Terra said:

This is why it's always a bad idea to put "Forever" in your game's title :P

aaronsullivan

#8

aaronsullivan said:

This is definitely like Lolo and different versions have been available on other platforms for awhile. You guys like Lolo and those types of games? It always stuck with me even though I only rented it back in the day and found it insanely difficult. So much so that my current iDevice game in development is derived from those types of games.

I haven't played this game extensively, only a lite version, but it has had enough previous success to have 3 or 4 sequels.

Fuzzy

#10

Fuzzy said:

Reading some of the comments from the WiiWare World article were pretty funny. Like this one from Terra about Duke Nukem Forever:
"At least it seems to finally be nearly done after all this time"
Only 3 more years. ;) Ah hindsight (mind you, it could still be delayed again, and I will be laughing at this comment in a few years :) ).

KeeperBvK

#13

KeeperBvK said:

Played the demo on my iPhone and while the concept is great, I hated how easy it was got end up in deadly dead ends. Lolo this sure ain't, sorry.

aaronsullivan

#14

aaronsullivan said:

@keeperBvK
Could you elaborate? Since I'm making a game like Lolo. What do you mean by it was too easy to get into dead ends? How was it more frustrating in this game than in Lolo?

Pod

#15

Pod said:

Dead ends eh?

Sounds more like some GOD OF THUNDER to me, this game!!

If it's anything near that, I don't care how silly the premise, I'm getting it.

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