Hills and Rivers Remain Heads To DSiWare

By Spencer . October 26, 2009 . 1:52pm

image Earlier this year Hills and Rivers Remain brought a blend of tower defense and Dragon Force to mobile phones. Described by Square Enix as a “river strategy” game, Hills and Rivers Remain has players direct units on a board game-like map.


Square Enix brought an iPhone port to Tokyo Game Show, but it looks like a DSiWare version is coming out first. Hills and Rivers Remain is scheduled to arrive on the DSi Shop in Japan on October 28. The game is priced as a premium title for 800 DSiWare points.


Plans for a North American version have not been announced. However, Square Enix is keen on releasing digitally distributed cell phone games overseas. Crystal Defenders and Final Fantasy IV: The After Years appeared overseas after we discovered trademarks for those titles. Oh, look what we have here


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  • Hraesvelgr

    Too bad, I don’t really have plans to buy a DSi or any Apple products. Ever. Doesn’t look too bad for the pricepoint, either…

  • MadMirko

    Cool, if this trend continues I’ll welcome future cell phone games from the traditional VG makers.

  • eliel

    looks like a fun tower defense game i’d get it…….

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