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Nintendo Releases 5/6/09

Written by Fallen124 on Saturday, 6 June 2009No Comment

This week’s Nintendo releases:

 

 

 

Art Style: KUBOS - 500 points

KUBOS is an action puzzle game in which you control a character who climbs cubes to ascend to the floor above. Reach the tenth floor while scoring as many points as possible in Ten Floors Mode, or climb as high as you can in Tower Mode.

 

 

 

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years - 800 points

Released as a mobile phone game in Japan, this wildly popular sequel has topped 3 million paid downloads as of February 25, 2009. The game focuses primarily on Ceodore, son of FINAL FANTASY IV heroes Cecil and Rosa. He is ably supported by a host of familiar faces from the original cast who star in a series of additional tales.

 

 

 

Animal Crossing Clock - 200 points

Enjoy the atmosphere of Animal Crossing in a whole new way with Animal Crossing Clock. Select from either an analog or digital clock and set up to three alarms (with snooze functionality for those who need it). Make your own Town Tune or use sounds created in Nintendo DSi Sound, then assign them to the alarms you’ve set.

Use the system’s internal clock or offset the time however you like. Then sit back and watch as different characters from Animal Crossing appear and the color of the sky changes as time passes. You’ll never miss an important appointment with one of your Animal Crossing friends again.

 

 

 

Animal Crossing Calculator - 200 points

Need to figure out what you owe Tom Nook or the amount in your savings account? Animal Crossing Calculator features the full functionality of a traditional calculator, including a Memory key and the ability to display up to 13 digits, adding a layer of atmosphere unique to Animal Crossing. Use the Unit Converter to turn one unit of measure into another (such as length, weight, volume and age), or track the history of calculations you’ve performed.

Listen to the Animalese pronunciation of numbers when you press them, and watch for a favorite Animal Crossing character to appear when your result meets certain criteria. Get ready for an inventive and practical way to experience the charm of Animal Crossing.

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