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Review: Astro (DSiWare)

Astro (DSiWare)

Lost in space

Just when you thought that the DSiWare service had nothing left to offer except some word puzzles and interactive children’s books, along comes Astro. It's quite clear that this is intended to pay homage to the Atari classic Asteroids in its design and gameplay, but it falls short of recapturing what continues to make the original a...

Review: Letter Challenge (DSiWare)

Letter Challenge (DSiWare)

Missing the mark

There isn’t really an interesting or unique way to introduce Letter Challenge, but that might be the point. There are plenty of word-based puzzle games available in the world, and so many of them already exist in one form or another on the Nintendo eShop, but that wasn’t enough to stop Enjoy Gaming from throwing another one...

News: Enjoy Gaming Cuts the Ribbon on Block Factory for eShop

Enjoy Gaming Cuts the Ribbon on Block Factory for eShop

Open for business soon

After the success of Pyramids, Enjoy Gaming has just revealed its next eShop title, Block Factory. As you'd expect it's a puzzle game, but with a vital twist: essentially you can create your own games by choosing pieces and defining the rules. You can then export these as a QR code and share them online to show off your...

News: Europe, Your Next Original 3DS eShop Game Launches on 20th October

Europe, Your Next Original 3DS eShop Game Launches on 20th October

Visit Pyramids before the end of the month

It's been slim pickings as far as 3DS eShop games go, and that counts double for non-3D Classics. That's set to change on 20th October with Pyramids, a puzzler-platformer from Enjoy Gaming and Visual Impact. The publisher has also informed us that it's set to retail for €4, or about £3.60. The game is...

Interview: Enjoy Gaming - Pyramids (3DS eShop)

Enjoy Gaming - Pyramids (3DS eShop)

We talk about the eShop's first 3D puzzler-platformer

We at Nintendo Life love a good puzzle, and Pyramids looks to provide just that. It originally caught our eye as one of the first announced third-party eShop titles, and it's still only one of less than ten in the running so far. We sat down with Enjoy Gaming's Production Manager, Janice...