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Moving Player Reveals its 3DS and Wii U eShop Lineup

Posted by Thomas Whitehead

Education, fishing, strategy and a mash-up called Triboo

Moving Player is a development studio that's recently began its moves into Nintendo download projects, having been founded in 2010 and produced a number of smartphone games. Its first entry onto Nintendo's systems was Tangram Style on the 3DS, and it's now announced four new games due to arrive in 2013 on the 3DS and Wii U eShop platforms.

There's certainly a mix of genres included, with education, strategy, fishing and a title that incorporates various gameplay elements on the way. There are two for 3DS and two for Wii U; their names and basic details are below.

  • Happy Circus — An educational game for learning to count and read in six different languages in a fun environment; it'll be available in the upcoming weeks for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Evofish Wii U — Making the move from iOS and Android, this will include "a new way to play solo" and an asynchronous multiplayer mode where up to 5 players can compete in a predator/prey challenge.
  • Cocoro Line Defender — A strategy game in a fantasy Japanese setting, and a theater of a fight between the four elements. Coming to the 3DS in Fall.
  • Triboo — A Wii U game planned for late 2013, it'll mix-up defense, action and God-game styles "in an offbeat tropical universe, surrounded by funny characters."

We'll undoubtedly learn more in the coming days and weeks, but let us know what you think of the lineup and whether any of the concepts catch your eye.

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User Comments (7)

WiiULoveGBA

#1

WiiULoveGBA said:

Well I suppose this is Nintendo Web Framework put into practice. A little something to play between the Mario/Zelda/Metroid releases, right?

Gioku

#5

Gioku said:

Happy Circus... wut?
Out of these, Triboo sounds at least somewhat interesting...

SethADrekin

#7

SethADrekin said:

Price'em right. That is all you have to do. These kind of Mobile ports sell at 7.99 on Wii U. That's the Magic Number. If they over price these, they won't sell any.

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