The 8-Bit Summer continues in this week's Nintendo Download!
eShop Exclusives Sweet Memories: Black Jack (3D Digital Download - Circle Entertainment, $3.99) Johnny Kung Fu (3D Digital Download - UFO Interactive, $5.99) Kirby's Pinball Land (3DS Virtual Console - Nintendo, $2.99) The Sword of Hope II (3DS Virtual Console - Kemco, $2.99)
DSiWare (also available in the eShop) Ace Mathician (Circle Entertainment, 200 points) Candle Route (Teyon, 200 points)
Wii Shop Channel Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition (WiiWare - Konami, 700 points) The King of Fighters '96 (Wii Virtual Console - D4 Publisher, 900 points)
Game of the Weekend (July 13 at 9:00 a.m. PST until July 15 at 9:00 p.m. PST) Mighty Switch Force (3DS Digital Download - WayForward Technologies, $2.99 sale price)
DLC Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (songs cost $0.99 each)
Somnus (Final Fantasy Series)
Battle (Final Fantasy VI)
Sarutabaruta (Final Fantasy XI)
Desperate Struggle (Final Fantasy XIII)
Source (special thanks to NintendoLife for having the complete list with publishers and prices).
It might not be what you think. It's one of those games in which you only press one button and it does different things from one screen to the next. I've played a flash game once exactly like it, I wish I could remember what it was called.
Anyway, the game looked good on screens, but there is little animation to speak of and the gameplay truly is that of a simple flash game.
Man, at $3, both Mighty Switch Force and Kirby's Pinball Land are tempting. (edit: Though it looks like in the original link, KPL is $4)
And Frogger Hype Action Arcade is only 7 bucks, as opposed to $10 on XBLA...but you also don't get the game in HD so I don't know. It looks so crisp in HD....And then I get the conundrum where I'm left with $3 on the WiiShop channel because I can't just buy the game for $7. Bagh. Either way I guess I'm spending $10.
Guess I'll have to get Might Switch Force. I hadn't paid any attention to it before Gui's Wii U eShop thread last night. It never registered in my brain that it wasn't the same game as "Mighty Flip Champs."