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Nintendo Download: 28th June 2012 (Europe)

Posted by James Newton

Marvel Pinball and more

A motley group of superheroes headlines this week's Nintendo Download, but there's also the second week of the store's anniversary if you're after a bargain. Here's what's up this week.


Marvel Pinball 3D (Zen Studios, £6.30/€7) — The follow-up to the successful (and rather good) Zen Pinball 3D, this brings with it new tables and new gameplay modes. Look out for our full review very soon.


Let's Create! Pottery (Infinite Dreams, 500pts) — The only pottery game you're ever likely to need (or see) on a Nintendo platform, this lacklustre effort leaves a lot to be desired, as our Let's Create! Pottery review explains.

Lola's Fruit Shop Sudoku (BeiZ, 200pts) — The self-proclaimed "easiest sudoku game ever", that's a double-edged sword for cute panda Lola as it rather removes the satisfaction of solving a puzzle. Find out more in our Lola's Fruit Shop Sudoku review.

eShop Sale

Starting from this Thursday you'll be able to get 20% off selected 3DS downloads. Here's what's on sale from 2pm UK/3pm CET this Thursday:

Dillon's Rolling Western — €8 / £7.20 (from €10 / £9). Read our Dillon's Rolling Western review.

Freakyforms Your Creations, Alive! --€4.80 / £4.30 (from €6 / £5.40). Read our Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive! review.

Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH! — €4 / £3.60 (from €5 / £4.50). Read our Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH! review.

Mighty Switch Force! — €4.80 / £4.30 (from €6 / £5.40). Read our Mighty Switch Force! review.

Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins — €3.20 / £2.90 (from €4 / £3.60). Read our Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins review.

If you're quick (and are reading this before Thursday afternoon) you still have a little time to take advantage of five other eShop sale titles.

Is anything coming home with you this week? Let us know on our Facebook poll.

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User Comments (34)



Fabian said:

Now it´s the best time to finally get Dillons Rolling Western or should I buy Mutant Mudds?



BenAV said:

Oh good.
Can't wait to give Marvel Pinball a go, Zen Pinball was awesome.



Chris720 said:

Marvel Pinball... is... mine! As for the eShop sale... I already own all those games. :/



welsh_gamer said:

Will be downloading Marvel Pinball straight away on Thursday. Should be as addictive as Zen!



sebman30 said:

wwill be downloading marvel pinball, but i wish it could just be a $7.50 add on to zen so i wouldnt have 2 icons and once again dissapointed because just like last week, i have already have them all......



C-Olimar said:

Wow, Marvel is £1.80 more than Zen, both with 4 tables! I presumes it's because of the Marvel license, but I'll be getting it anyway!

Also, anyone who doesn't have Rolling Western needs to get it now. No excuses!!!



luminalace said:

I loved Zen Pinball so I plan on picking up Marvel though I may consider saving 20% on the rather expensive Dillon's Rolling Western instead this week. Decisions, decisions.



GamerZack87 said:

Dillon for $12?! Argh! I just paid full price for it a few days before Nintendo Direct!

Oh well, I only lost $3. That's what, a budget DSiWare title? I'll be okay.



Tsuchinoko said:

I'm surprised that Japan is the only region that doesn't have Super Mario Land on sale



Spoony_Tech said:

Noooooooooo!! You lucky Europeons. I'm betting we don't get marvel till next week or two weeks from now. Once again I have to play catch up on the high scores!



sillygostly said:

I would have gifted Freakyforms for my kid brother if only I had the option (he is overseas at the moment and won't have access to the internet until he returns). Nintendo's loss there.



PixelatedPixie said:

Nintendo have alot to learn when it comes to sales promotions. 0.50P off for Freakforms? How's that supposed to be an incentive? I was actually interested in picking this up at a reduced price point, but a 0.50p discount is laughable.

EDIT - My bad, it's actually a larger discount that I thought. Perhaps I will buy it after all.



LittleIrves said:

I've been holding out for Pinball Arcade, but I think I might break down and finally get either Marvel or Zen pinball. Have been on a real steel ball kick recently, and enjoying the rather great Pinball Pulse DSiWare title, but it's only one table. And I'm not a huge Marvel guy.... so perhaps it's time for some calming Zen action.
Also: Wish NA had these sales. But then I realize our prices are already lower than the sale prices, and don't feel quite so bad.



Freelance said:

Not in the UK, but that pottery app (it's not really a game) is actually pretty good. It'd take forever to unlock more art though but it's sure relaxing.



Pyotr said:

I can't believe Marvel Pinball is ready already! I thought it was going to be towards the end of the year. I love Zen Pinball so Marvel is a definite for me. I won't even wait for the review.



Capt_N said:

I'm a DC guy, but I like some Marvel stuff, too. & the fact that it's pinball. I can wait for an NA release, but I might like it. Edit: Enjoy, my gamer friends!



Raptor78 said:

Special mention for the short film to promote Spirit Camera... I thought it was good little 12 min movie.
Its in the new video section.



6ch6ris6 said:

bought mighty switch force for 4,80€ today.
finished the first 10 stages. the game is great. graphics look so cool, the soundtrack is ultra funky and the gameplay is a lot of fun

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