Nintendo UK and Nintendo Europe have announced via a press release that there will be a playable demo of puzzle based platformer Pyramids up on the Nintendo 3DS eShop this week. Nintendo 3DS owners will also be able to purchase the classic Dr Mario for £2.70 and Aahh! Spot the Difference for £1.80 or 200 Nintendo DSi points.
- Pyramids: Get ready for the journey of your life in this demo of the popular title Pyramids which is already available to download from the Nintendo eShop. Armed with the destructive power of TNT and a gun you must venture through the challenging 3D levels in order to escape the dangerous pyramids with your well earned loot. Use your trusty shovel to create and destroy blocks which can be used as stairs, bridges as well as for defence.
- Dr Mario: See the return of the Game Boy Classic, Dr. Mario. When you are Dr Mario, it pays to stack up lines of viruses. The more you manage to clear, the more points you rack up and there are some huge combos up for grabs.
- Aahh! Spot the Difference: Become the extreme spotting master in this fast paced game. You’ll need to be quick though as the objects and camera is constantly on the move – giving you new items to look for. If you are up for it, there are three challenging additional modes of Survival, Speed Attack and Time Attack.
I hope spot the difference takes place on the 3ds and vita sales charts… wait, that would b too easy. Jk folks
IF YOU AINT FIRST! YER LAST!
If your last your stirring porridge :L
this guy didnt even say first lol
Shake N Bake!
every time i come to this site i get pissed off because you never specify which region its for in the title
Ur pissing urself off because it states nintendo UK and Europe in the first sentence. POW!
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Wait. i’m in america, and the pyramids game has been out on the US eShop since, I don’t know, august? but either way, i feel happy for all you guys in the UK. :D
middle east -.- this sucks