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Antipole Contains a Surprise for Cosmos X2 Owners

Posted by James Newton

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Topsy-turvy DSiWare outing Antipole is on its way to the download service in the coming months, as developer Saturnine Games has announced the game's submission to Nintendo's lotcheck.

Any players who've picked up Saturnine's DSiWare shooter Cosmos X2 can expect a special surprise too, with a bonus mode included that's only available to owners of both games.

Antipole is expected to launch on DSiWare in the coming months.

Saturnine Games is proud to announce the upcoming release of Antipole for Nintendo DSiWareTM.

Antipole is a platformer empowering players with the ability to reverse gravity to alter the world around them. Players can use their gravity ability to make impossible leaps, change falls into jumps, and solve puzzles. Players can fight enemies on the ground or ceiling, or defeat them by using gravity to fling their foes into spikes or pools of acid. Gravity must be manipulated wisely, as your ability can only be used for a short time without recharging.

Antipole is the second Nintendo DSiWare release by Saturnine Games, following last year's release of Cosmos X2. To thank players for their support, Antipole features a special Cosmos X2 themed bonus mode for owners of both games.

Antipole is expected to be released in the first half of 2011.

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User Comments (8)



WolfRamHeart said:

I have this game on Xbox Live Indies and it actually is a pretty cool game. I'm curious as to what the bonus mode is going to be like. This is a smart promotion to get people to purchase Cosmos X2 as well.



irken004 said:

Considering that this may get a PC release too, I'll wait for that version.



WiiLovePeace said:

Wow this is seemingly a complete rip-off of VVVVVV, though that's not really a bad thing since more VVVVVV is always a good thing Especially, since this will be portable!



brandonbwii said:

The XBL indie version felt like a sloppy flash game. I hope this version is more polished.

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