Developer talks goldfish and games
With Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish out now in Europe, we got in touch with the game's developer Hugo Smits to find out a little bit more about the game and his plans for the future. Nintendo Life: Flipper 2 is quite a departure from the visual and gameplay style of the original Flipper. Why the decision to do something completely different for the sequel? Hugo..
And a brand new gameplay trailer to boot
Goodbye Galaxy Games has announced that its upcoming DSiWare game Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish is set to be released in Europe on December 29th at a cost of 500 Nintendo Points. You can check out our Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish preview if you're still on the fence and the game's brand new trailer is below as well for those who are looking for a taste of..
Don't forget to flush!
Flipper was an engaging and imaginative DSiWare release: not only did it feature one of the more unique visual styles seen on the service, it had simple and addictive gameplay too. Rather than merely take that idea and run with it for the follow-up, developer Hugo Smits decided to mix things up and create a completely...
Flipper sequel is almost here
We just got word from developer GoodbyeGalaxyGames that development of Flush the Goldfish, the sequel to hit DSiWare game Flipper, has officially been completed. Hugo Smits, Director of Flush the Goldfish, was even kind enough to give us a development update on the game: Development is totally done, the game is at...
Don't forget to flush!
For those of you out there who've been anxiously awaiting news on Goodbye Galaxy Games' Flipper sequel, have we got some great news for you. Developer Hugo Smits has just released the brand new trailer for Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish and it's chock full of gameplay and wacky humor. Smits also promises more information in the coming weeks, along with a few other goodies..
More detailed, but still quite retro
The folks over at Goodbye Galaxy Games were kind enough to send over the first batch of screenshots from their upcoming DSiWare sequel Flipper 2. As you can see in the shots, the game has a very retro look to it, but shows quite a bit more detail than its predecessor. Developer Hugo Smits has promised a steady flow of screenshots of the game in the coming weeks,..
Goodbye Galaxy Games teams up with Engine Software
Back in October, we brought you the exclusive news that a Flipper sequel was in the works, and now Goodbye Galaxy Games has announced that it has signed a contract with publisher Engine Software, making the arrival of Flipper 2 that much closer. Aside from publishing duties, Engine Software will also be helping out in the sound design of the game,..
Who grabbed the goodies?
You may remember a few weeks ago we launched a competition, in collaboration with Hugo Smits of Flipper fame, to win some very cool prizes relating to his goldfish-seeking voxel-blasting title. Well, the final decisions have been made and we can now reveal the winners! Winner 1: Gerardo Moraila Cruz (known as abgar here at...
February 22nd for goldfish hunting fun
Some of you may remember Flipper, an indie title being developed by Goodbye Galaxy Games. The game features a boy traveling though various worlds trying to rescue his pet Goldfish named (surprisingly) Flipper. We've been following the title since its early inception (in part thanks to Hugo Smits and his blog...
Check out the newest video of the game in action.
The folks over at Goodbye Galaxy Games have sent word that they've just released a brand new gameplay trailer for their upcoming DSiWare title Flipper. You can check out the updated look of the game as well as some great in-game footage that shows off exactly how the game will play. We'll keep you...
More media of the upcoming DSiWare release.
Hugo Smits has just sent us a brand new batch of screenshots and artwork for his upcoming DSiWare title, Flipper. These show off the game's menus and an only recently revealed pirate world and can be viewed on the game page. The game seems like it's almost ready for release - Hugo is currently working on...
GoodbyeGalaxyGames' DSiWare game Flipper now looks much more detailed.
GoodbyeGalaxyGames has released five new screenshots and three pieces of artwork for the upcoming DSiWare game Flipper. These showcase a much improved art style which looks slightly anime-esque. The game still seems to use voxel rendering, meaning that every single little block that makes up each object is rendered individually,..