When AQ Interactive’s Cubic Ninja releases, it’ll be the first Nintendo 3DS game that isn’t in 3D. This is because the puzzle-platformer is controlled by moving and tilting the 3DS, making use of its internal gyrometer.
Instead, AQ Interactive are giving Cubic Ninja other features to make up for the lack of 3D. The game will come with over a 100 stages, report Inside Games. The stages will be divided into five areas, each with their own hazards like water, fire and so on.
The game will also include an editor that you’ll be able to use to edit stages. You’ll also be able to share your stages online. In Japan, Cubic Ninja is a budget title, and will be priced at 3,990 yen when it releases on April 7th.