Teyon is really ramping up their output on the DSiWare and WiiWare fronts, announcing that their third DSiWare game, 101 Minigolf World, will be coming to the North American DSiWare Shop on the 15th of March.
In addition they unveiled the names of five other DSiWare games due this year and an upcoming WiiWare title:
- 101 Shark Pets (Simulation)
- 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection (Logic/Puzzle)
- Super Swap! (Arcade/Puzzle)
- Robot Rescue 2 (Logic/Puzzle)
- Battle Rage: Reflex (Arcade Shooter)
- Heavy Fire: Special Operations (Shooter)
As always we'll give you our views once we've had a chance to play them. You can read the full press release for 101 Minigolf World below, which contains links to the company's YouTube and social networking sites:
Teyon unveiled today the release date of 101 MiniGolf World, the company’s latest DSiWare™ title. The game will make its debut on March 15th in the North American Nintendo DSi™ Shop. It will be available for purchase for only 500 Nintendo Points. The official trailer presenting the game including 3D virtual play, mind-blowing obstacles and variety of over 100 maps, is also now available.
101 MiniGolf World is the first ever “true 3D” miniature golf for Nintendo DSiWare™! Your stylus becomes the putter for an incredibly fun minigolf experience as never seen before! Play over 100 fun and challenging holes solo or with up to 8 friends on one console. What will be your record to finish all courses with the lowest number of strokes? The intuitive 3D Virtual Play eases the use of controls with just a stylus to sink putts as you send your ball flying through loops, pipes, arches, extreme ramps and mind-blowing obstacles! With a combination of real golf rules and wacky MiniGolf fun, it's the ultimate challenge for Nintendo DSiWare™!
For more details check out the official game site: http://www.teyon.com/101-minigolf-world/
Teyon is a developer, producer and publisher of video games for all leading platforms including PC, MacOS X, Nintendo DS™, Wii™, X360, PSP and PS3. The company was founded in 2006 in Krakow, Poland, by a group of professionals working in the games industry since 2002. Over past years Teyon has developed a lot of unique games of many genres (Casual, Action, Racing, Sim, Sports and others).
I'd like to see a trailer for Special Ops. I just hope it'll be better than WarMen. o_O
special ops on wiiware,things can only get better,and i can fill my 32GB HCSD card up.
Will they release any of their games in Europe?
@mariofanatic128: Yes, we're working on that. Please, be patient with us! Releasing the games in Europe is slightly more complicated than in North America.
what do we know about Heavy Fire? that one pic looks solid, but that doesn't really mean anything. i mean, i had high hopes for Warmen Tactics.....
Wow, good lineup (even a sequel to Robot Rescue!). Can't wait to see these in the Shop.
@bro2dragons: You need to wait for more details (we're still working on arts, screens, trailer and all that marketing stuff), but I can promise this won't be a next Warmen Tactics. We will give you more info before the release date so you can decide if the game is your thing or not.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a quality modern warfare styled FPS in Heavy Fire. The only other FPS's that wiiware has are Onslaught and water Warfare, so this would be a welcome addition.
Looking forward to Robot Rescue 2. I just hope the robots look more like robots and less like lobster.
How much will each of these cost?
@Teyon: alright, i'm looking forward to it. i'm being cautious, but my expectations are hefty. don't let me down!
btw, i'd like to say, as i do to most devs on here, good job on doing what a company is supposed to you and making not only the product you want, but getting involved with your audience to find out what they want. the more you continue to do so, the better your games will be. keep it up!
@Teyon: I was just wondering if you guys are pleased with the responce to Hubert the Teddy Bear. I picked it up and thought it was well worth my 500 points.
@Qwikman: It's not only up to us, but in the next few months you can expect most of our games will be priced 500 Nintendo Points (with the exceptions like Robot Rescue).
@Awesome5: It’s a shooter, but not an FPS like Onslaught. We want to make Heavy Fire a quality game worth your money, that’s all I can say at the moment. You need to wait for the next press release concerning the game to learn more, it should happen in March! The development is quite advanced.
@brooks83: Thank you! Well, I think Hubert was received as a decent game, which is OK, but it’s also a valuable lesson. We learn a lot from each release and hope it will let us make better games for you:) If you meant sales than I’m afraid we don't comment on that.
We will be revealing more details concerning the line-up in the next press releases with some twits at @TeyonGames beforehand so stay tuned!
Heavy Fire: Special Operations sounds interesting. If it is not an FPS, perhaps it is a third person shooter. Could be really cool! If it is, I hope there is some local multiplayer included. There really isn't any such game for the Wii except Rogue Trooper. Looking forward to that press release!
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