You’ll Be Able To Play These 3DS eShop Games In The Near Future

By Ishaan . October 21, 2011 . 12:34pm

Nintendo just provided release dates for a bunch of Nintendo eShop games for the 3DS in the U.S. and Europe. And yes, Intelligent Systems’ new eShop game is part of the list. Let’s start with that one.


Pushmo: This game is called Hiku Osu in Japan, and has you arranging blocks in order to create a path to the goal at the end of every stage, indicated by a flag. We covered Pushmo in detail back when it was originally announced, and you can read about it here. In the U.K, the game is called Pullblox. It will be released in December.


Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive!: This sounds like the game that was formerly titled Picture Lives! when it was announced at E3. This game lets you create creatures and bring them to life to explore a planet. Along the way, you unlock new body parts for your creations and gain the ability to redesign the game’s world as well.


Freakyforms also lets you share your creations via StreetPass or QR Codes. It will be available in November for $6.99 in the U.S. and €6 in the U.K. More on the game here.


Dillon’s Rolling Western: This is another old game that was announced at E3 and was never heard of again. Dillon’s Rolling Western has you play as a cowboy armadillo, and is sort of like a mix of Sonic the Hedgehog and tower defense. It’ll be available sometime in the first three months 2012. Read about it here.

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