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Frenchy Bird Launches Next Week On Nintendo eShop For Wii U

Carbon Fire Studio has announced that its very first project, Frenchy Bird, is coming to Wii U. The game will launch on January 29th through the Nintendo eShop for $1.99. Players take control of a Parisian pigeon as it flies through Paris streets while avoiding lamp posts. Features include Miiverse integration, online ranking, unlockable stamps and support for off-TV play via the Wii U GamePad.

18 thoughts on “Frenchy Bird Launches Next Week On Nintendo eShop For Wii U”

  1. This comes as a surprise to some people? Nintendo eShop has some serious waste of space going on. Whole lotta games I wouldn’t play for free.

  2. In other more important news. That indie connection sale #2 I think I own every game except for that chasing aurora. Go out and get u some fun games folks. Dont get this shit!

    1. Eh, they didn’t turn down Minecraft, the developer choose to skip Nintendo’s consoles because they wouldn’t be able to release updates as fast as other platforms because Nintendo is too bureaucratic with the eShop .
      Super Meat Boy was planned for the Wii but it was canceled because Nintendo only allowed 40MB games for the Wiiware .
      Binding Of Isaac Rebirth could be released on Wii U/3DS if Nintend allowed it one of the publisher’s guys is trying to get support for it on twitter

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