Crashmo Invades The Nintendo eShop Today

By Ishaan . November 22, 2012 . 9:00am



This week’s Nintendo eShop update brings Crashmo for the Nintendo 3DS. A sequel to Pushmo, the game introduces new elements which you can read about in our playtest and includes new levels. Just like in Pushmo, you can also create and share your own puzzles with other players using QR codes.


Crashmo costs $8.99 on the Nintendo eShop.


Also available this week on the 3DS Virtual Console is Zelda II: The Adventure of Link for $4.99.


Finally, 3D Mahjongg, which is available on eShop as well, costs $4.99 and Spirit Hunters Inc. (which comes in Light/Dark versions) on DSiWare costs $7.99.


Wii U:


On the Wii U front, the following retail games are available as download titles: Assassin’s Creed III, Darksiders II, Epic Mickey: The Power of 2, EA Sports FIFA Soccer 2013, ESPN Sports Connection, Game Party Champions, Just Dance 4, Madden NFL 2013, NBA 2K13, New Super Mario Bros. U, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Nintendo Land, Rabbids Land, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Sing Party, Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013 and ZombiU.


European update:

In Europe, DSiWare gets Spirit Hunters Inc for €7.99/£7.19, along with PilotWings Resort as a 3DS download title for €44.99/£39.99. Also available are Dress to Play: Cute Witches! and PIX3D, which is a puzzle game, for €3.99/£3.59 each. Meanwhile, there’s new DLC for New Art Academy, and The King of Fighters ‘96 for the Wii Virtual Console.

Read more stories about & & & & on Siliconera.

  • I wasn’t sure whether the Wii U would have simultaneous retail/digital titles in the same way as the 3DS; good to have clarification. This should be an interesting console generation.

  • Is it advisable to skip Pushmo and just get Crashmo?

    • Elvick

      Guess it depends on which looks more interesting to you. I doubt it would matter.

      I’ve yet to beat Pushmo, but I like it a lot. So I’ll wait for Crashmo.

    • I personally wouldn’t advise it. Crashmo is way harder. Playing Pushmo first will help you ease into this style of puzzles better. Not that Pushmo is a walk in the park either, mind you. That one gets real tough, too.

  • DrPik
Video game stories from other sites on the web. These links leave Siliconera.

Siliconera Tests
Siliconera Videos