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Exclusive: SpeedX 3D Racing to 3DS eShop

Posted by James Newton

Start your engines

Gamelion Studios is bringing its popular mobile game SpeedX 3D to the 3DS eShop.

The tunnel racer has racked up over 10 million downloads on iOS, Android and other operating systems, and a new version is on the way to 3DS later this year.

The concept is simple: race as far as possible down a brightly coloured — psychedelic, even — tunnel, which is sure to make the most of the console's 3D display.

Gamelion is submitting the game for Nintendo of Europe approval soon, so we expect to find out more in the coming weeks.

SpeedX 3D – a 3D version of the highly popular endless tunnel racer – announced and detailed.
3D version of endless tunnel racer SpeedX by Gamelion coming to the Nintendo eShop.

Sunnyvale, CA – February 10th, 2011 - Gamelion (http://www.game-lion.com) announces today that SpeedX 3D is coming soon to Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™.

Since its debut SpeedX has been downloaded over 10 millions time on multiple mobile platforms and is now heading to the Nintendo 3DS.

About SpeedX 3D

SpeedX 3D for Nintendo 3DS is stunning tunnel racer that tests player’s skill and transport him or her into a trans filled with great electronic music and hypnotic graphics. SpeedX 3D offers four game modes introducing player to more and more challenging places at speed that increases with every second. The question is: how far can the player go without losing the concentration?

Thanks to Nintendo 3DS power SpeedX 3D will immerse anyone into a dynamic world full of traps, leaps, tight corners, broad areas on random generated tracks. With graphics adjusted to the platform and smooth performance SpeedX 3D is one of the most addictive endless racing game to hit Nintendo 3DS.

KEY FEATURES

Four game modes – survival, stages and extreme survival will test even the most experience players
Speed beyond the limits – first person view and 3D effects immerse the player into the game’s world and deliver brand new emotions
Start small – perfect learning curve will introduce new players and hold the most advanced ones.

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User Comments (30)

6ch6ris6

#2

6ch6ris6 said:

so this is like a 3D version of airrace tunnel from dsiware?

cool! airrace tunnel was great and cheap but the controls need an upgrade for the circlepad.

i will keep an eye on this!

Shane904

#5

Shane904 said:

The Android version is fun. This will need to be around $3 or $4 for a purchase by me though.

SkywardLink98

#6

SkywardLink98 said:

But isn't this a free game on android?I'd say a 99 cents to $1.99 would be fair, because that's what most developers charge on smartphone games without ads.

6ch6ris6

#7

6ch6ris6 said:

havent seen 3dsware games for under 5€ yet so i guess this will be 5€

dsiware had 2€ games but 3ds never had such cheap games.
this will cost more than the smartphone versions. several developers have already explained why the same games are more expensive on the 3ds than on smartphones. smartphones have a much bigger installbase

HanuKwanzMasBif

#8

HanuKwanzMasBif said:

If it's cheap then I'll get it.

6ch6ris6 wrote:

havent seen 3dsware games for under 5€ yet so i guess this will be 5€

dsiware had 2€ games but 3ds never had such cheap games.
this will cost more than the smartphone versions. several developers have already explained why the same games are more expensive on the 3ds than on smartphones. smartphones have a much bigger installbase

I still think it won't be more than 3 bucks/whatever. Just because it hasn't happened earlier doesn't mean it can't happen now, I doubt Nintendo would give 3DS Download games a minimum 5 dollar/whatever price tag.

Oregano

#11

Oregano said:

@6ch6ris6: Qubic Games are making a new AiRace Tunnel for 3DS! I'm also pretty sure Pyramids is only £3.60/$4.

Depending on the price I'll check this out.

Undead_terror

#13

Undead_terror said:

will get if cheap im not spending over 5 dollars even 5 dollars seems to much,when it comes to ios games on the 3ds it should be the original price or a little bit more because of the 3d.

armoredghor

#19

armoredghor said:

Four game modes – survival, stages and extreme survival will test even the most experience players
anybody else see a problem with that?

Bliquid

#20

Bliquid said:

For the pricing debate: Cut The Rope DSugly version - 5 freaking Euros..
Why would Nintendo change their unaccetable pricing politc for this game?

Robo-goose

#22

Robo-goose said:

Duke Onkled has been attacked by the evil forces of Ganon! I'm going to Gamelion to save him!

Bazly

#24

Bazly said:

Honestly, this game looks like it is ideal for 3D. That alone makes me think it will be amazing.

Also, not having any sort of iDevice, I won't mind paying the 4.99 or 5.99 this likely will be. It looks like a solid game and if the visuals are good it will definitely be worth it in my opinion.

Mok

#25

Mok said:

It has to be something extra special for me to fork out £5.40 or whatever the random price will be. I like racers but somewhere you need to draw the proverbial line in the sand.

brandonbwii

#26

brandonbwii said:

Wow, I can't believe all these non-supporters who will ignore the game just because the price would be more than $5. This coming from people who either:

a. Never played the mobile game.
b. Wouldn't have bought the game to begin with.

SomeBitTripFan

#30

SomeBitTripFan said:

Looks cool! This is one more trippy game for my collection. The Bit. Trip Series, Rez and now this. My eyes are doomed to colors forever.

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