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Nintendo Releases 29/5/09

Written by Fallen124 on Friday, 29 May 2009No Comment

This week’s Nintendo Releases:




Art Style: NEMREM - 500 points

Art Style: NEMREM is a relaxing logic puzzle where the objective is to match coloured panels with spheres of the same colour. Use your stylus to slide the panels horizontally and vertically as you chill out to the soothing sounds of the games’s peaceful music.

Although NEMREM is simple to play, later levels offer deeper challenges to test your logic powers, with multiple colour combinations and even locked panels appearing. For the ultimate test, can you complete each puzzle in as few moves as possible?




Fish ‘em All - 800 points

Hold on tight to your controls and fish’em all! Alone, or with your friends, you will have a great time catching these little fish… they’re crazy!

Beat your own high scores, take on challenges and solve fun puzzles in a range of amazing stages full of colour and fantasy. Watch out for the dragon, the ninja-rat or the sumo-toad! Do you think it looks easy? This game will bring all the excitement of the great arcade classics to your console.




Space Harrier - 800 points

Space Harrier is a rail shooter game, released by Sega in 1985. It was produced by Yu Suzuki, the man responsible for many popular Sega games.

It is set in “the Fantasy Zone”, a surreal world composed of bright colors and a checkerboard-styled ground. The enemies are also unique, featuring prehistoric animals, Chinese dragons, and alien pods. The player is forced along the levels, running or flying around enemy fire, while shooting back with fireballs via the character’s under-arm cannon (which doubles as a rocket-esque device allowing the character to fly). The character graphics are sprite-based, though the level backgrounds are faux 3D.

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