- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 1st Sep 2008 (USA), 500 points
- 6th Mar 2009 (UK/EU), 500 points
- 10th Mar 2009 (JPN), 500 points
- 12th Jun 2013 (JPN), ¥500
- 27th Mar 2014 (USA), $4.99
- 8th May 2014 (UK/EU), £3.49
Wii U eShop
- 17th Oct 2013 (UK/EU), £3.49
- 17th Oct 2013 (USA), $4.99
- 20th Nov 2013 (JPN), ¥500
3DS eShop / NES
Spinning from poles as a fish with human limbs...
Clu Clu Land is one of those unassuming early Nintendo Entertainment System releases that seems to show up all the time these days, from cameos in Super Smash Bros. to minigames in NES Remix, right alongside classics like Mario and Zelda. Even if you didn't grow up playing Clu Clu Land, most Nintendo...
Wii U eShop / NES
Clu Clu Bland
Back in the NES days, Nintendo had a lot of experimental, arcade-like games, many of which never quite made it into the big leagues in order to get sequels and the like. Perhaps one of the most often forgotten of these games is Clu Clu Land. Similarly to Kuru Kuru Kururin, you need to know a bit of Japanese in order to understand the...
Wii Virtual Console / NES
Clu Clu a choo
First, a lesson in linguistics – ‘Kurukuru’ in Japanese means ‘turning around’. Why are we telling you this? Well, it neatly explains Clu Clu Land’s rather unusual title, and also gives some insight into the mechanics of the game. You assume the role of a funny-looking fish called Bubbles, who due to some cruel...
About The Game
Take a deep breath and prepare for a puzzle game set in the underwater kingdom of Clu Clu Land.
The greedy Sea Urchins have stolen all of Clu Clu Land’s gold bars and buried them in a series of mazes. As Bubbles, a brave bubble fish, you’ll set out to uncover all of the gold bars in each maze. But you’ll have to be careful: Sea Urchins will relentlessly pursue Bubbles, and there are also dangerous black holes that must be avoided.
Bubbles isn’t defenseless, though, as she has the ability to stun Sea Urchins with sound waves and quickly change direction using posts scattered throughout the stages. Not only that, but the locations of the gold bars in each maze form the outline of another object—once you know the object, you’re well on your way to finding the gold.
With 20 stages to complete and increasingly complex conditions (like having to pass over the gold bars twice to uncover them), you might just want to bring along a friend for help.