A Wii game developed by a single person makes the European launch

By Spencer . December 8, 2006 . 11:13am

One of the European Nintendo Wii launch titles is Super Fruitfall. It’s a puzzle game where pieces of fruit on a stage to clear. Instead of matching pieces like Bejeweled players rotate the world to move three fruit pieces next to each other to clear them. Super Fruitfall is not going to be the number one game that European gamers are going to get with their Wii, but the game’s creator is still excited about it coming out. Unlike other Wii titles, Super Fruitfall was made by the one-man computer game development company Nissimo. Tony Williams who runs the company says, "This is the kind of deal that small companies don’t usually make. The large publishers don’t have time for the small guy, so working with System 3 has been a vital step. Everyone I show the game to enjoys playing it, this will make it available to the mass market.” Granted not all Wii games are gong to have one man teams, but this suggests there still is a place for budget titles on the Wii. Super Fruitfall sells for £24.99 ($48) compared to a full priced Wii title, which sells for £39.99 ($78). See some screenshots of Super Fruitfall past the break.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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