Although details became public relatively early in 2013, it's taken time for the Nintendo Web Framework to begin delivering results. With titles such as Drop Blok U and others creeping closer, we'll soon see more developers familiar with code such as HTML5 and Javascript arriving on the Wii U eShop.

Another to throw their hat into the ring is Mike Rowlands, who has been in touch to confirm that his project Gem Break is aiming for a Q4 release this year, which covers 1st October to 31st December. The title's description acknowledges the influence of titles such as Peggle, and it'll aim to provide "over 100 great and fun levels" at launch.

The game is made with casual gamers in mind, that like the strategy and relaxing experience of casual puzzle games.

Rowlands will be utilising HTML5 WebKit technology within the Nintendo Web Framework, which shows the benefit of the tools that Nintendo is making available to those primarily used to web development.

You can check out the screen above and more in the screenshot gallery below; are you pleased to see more games like this come to the Wii U eShop?