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Get your Hunter’s Guild crest enamel pin ⊟ Just $10 from our...
Get your Hunter’s Guild crest enamel pin ⊟ Just $10 from our friend and Club Tiny supporter Tony, who is always killing it with his video game pins and apparel. This pin (measures to about one inch across) is based on the Hunter’s Guild crest from Monster Hunter:“The Hunter’s Guild’s crest has four symbols on it. Each symbol on the crest has a meaning that the Hunter’s Guild follows. The north represents Respect for nature, the west represents Life as a community, the south represents Crafting from nature, and the east represents Prosperity from nature.”Oh yeah, Monster Hunter World releases for Xbox/PS4 next week!- BUY Monster Hunter World
19.01.2018 - 22:33:05
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Good sports: Clusterpuck 99 and SpiritSphere DX ⊟ For some...
Good sports: Clusterpuck 99 and SpiritSphere DX ⊟ For some reason, I keep categorizing the stuff I saw at PAX South. I already told you about the two times I saw Vita games, though those two games couldn’t have been more different. But two other games I played at the show were more similar; they shared a genre and a basic goal, though they varied quite a bit within that genre. Both fun though!Clusterpuck 99 is already out on Xbox One and Steam, so you may have heard of it. If not, it’s a stripped-down pinball/hockey type deal for up to 8 players. Teams try to bounce the puck to each other’s goals, checking other players and avoiding hazards and dropoffs on the way. It’s simple enough to pick up immediately… and has a level editor for infinite playing fields. SpiritSphere DX, published by Slime-San developer Fabraz, trades Clusterpuck’s super clean look for NES-esque pixels, and the abstract player avatars for a crew of fantasy warriors and creatures. The object here is still to move a projectile through the opponent’s goal, but players have the use of dash moves and character-specific attacks to achieve that – one player can swing a sword around in big looping arcs, another can shoot fireballs, etc. In addition to a variety of characters, the ball can also be a number of different objects, each with its own properties, like multiball, or fire, or… being a potato. The air hockey-ish game was originally a Game Boy-style game jam entry!These games were both perfect for PAX. It took me no time at all to learn them and start having fun. With SpiritSphere, I ended up playing a few rounds with a pair of children, ages approximately 5 and 8, who took a bit longer to pick up the rules but had a great time after a bit of practice. That’s a good sign for a party game.- THE NEW CLUB TINY IS HERE  Support Tiny Cartridge!
19.01.2018 - 15:29:17
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Nintendo Labo Kits up for preorder ⊟ me in 2017: “i know...
Nintendo Labo Kits up for preorder ⊟ me in 2017: “i know they’re only $13, but i am so over buying amiibo”me in 2018: “i gotta preorder $130 worth of cardboard before they sell out” It’s hilarious but also too real. It can be real for you, too:Preorder Nintendo Labo - Variety KitPreorder Nintendo Labo - Robot KitThe Nintendo Labo Customization Set with the stencils, stickers, and tape isn’t on Amazon yet, but you will know as soon as I do when it is.- THE NEW CLUB TINY IS HERE  Support Tiny Cartridge!
18.01.2018 - 16:33:39
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Nintendo Labo is… something else ⊟ This is not what...
Nintendo Labo is… something else ⊟ This is not what anyone expected when Nintendo cryptically teased this morning that it has “a new interactive experience for Nintendo Switch that’s specially crafted for kids and those who are kits-at-heart." The Labo concept will launch on April 20th with a $70 Variety Kit and an $80 Robot Kit (Nintendo Switch required and sold separately):“With each Nintendo Labo kit, kids can transform modular sheets of cardboard – specially designed to interact with the Nintendo Switch console and Joy-Con controllers – into creations called Toy-Con. From a piano to a motorbike, a robot and more, each Toy-Con comes to life when combined with Nintendo Switch in different ways. As you build, you will have fun discovering how the technology works, and might even invent new ways to play with each Toy-Con!For example, you can build a functioning 13-key piano that brings your musical creations to life once the Nintendo Switch console and Right Joy-Con controller are inserted. As you play, the IR Motion Camera in the Right Joy-Con detects which keys are pressed and translates them into unique notes that are heard through the console. You can even take control of your very own motorbike by constructing a functioning set of handlebars, with a Joy-Con inserted in each side and the Nintendo Switch console cradled in the middle. Simply hit the ignition button, turn the right handle to engage the accelerator and watch your adventure unfold on the Nintendo Switch screen, as you race to new destinations.”The Variety Kit allows you to create two Toy-Con RC Cars, a Toy-Con Fishing Rod, a Toy-Con House, a Toy-Con Motorbike and a Toy-Con Piano. The Robot Kit lets you "build an interactive robot suit with a visor, backpack and straps for your hands and feet, which you can then wear to assume control of a giant in-game robot.” Both kits include Switch software, too. There will also be a $10 Customization Set that includes stencils, stickers, and colored tape.This is all wild and unexpected. You can learn more about Nintendo Labo here!- THE NEW CLUB TINY IS HERE  Support Tiny Cartridge!
17.01.2018 - 23:33:54
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Night in the Woods on Switch Feb. 1 ⊟ It’s that time –...
Night in the Woods on Switch Feb. 1 ⊟ It’s that time – call it “literally any day” – when a game I’ve wanted to play is revealed to be on the way to Switch soon. Now, it’s this gorgeous thing! The “Weird Autumn” and “Solstice” updates will be included, so people playing on Switch won’t miss any part of the original experience except for being tied to a dang computer.College dropout Mae Borowski returns home to the crumbling former mining town of Possum Springs seeking to resume her aimless former life and reconnect with the friends she left behind. But things aren’t the same. Home seems different now and her friends have grown and changed. Leaves are falling and the wind is growing colder. Strange things are happening as the light fades.And there’s something in the woods.It’s me, playing this!- THE NEW CLUB TINY IS HERE  Support Tiny Cartridge!
17.01.2018 - 15:06:22
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Mercenaries Saga Chronicles brings the whole series to Switch...
Mercenaries Saga Chronicles brings the whole series to Switch next month ⊟Including the first game, which never came out on consoles. Publisher CIRCLE Entertainment says that all three games in the Chronicles release will have the improvements implemented in Mercenaries Saga 3, like “Hate display and minion summoning skills.” I look forward to learning what that means.To give you an idea of what these are, here’s a trailer for the 3DS release of Mercenaries Saga 3:- THE NEW CLUB TINY IS HERE  Support Tiny Cartridge!
16.01.2018 - 15:36:30
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Breaking news from PAX South: Pixel Pals are really neat ⊟Okay,...
Breaking news from PAX South: Pixel Pals are really neat ⊟Okay, so these little illuminated desktop sprites have been available for a couple of years. But my first up-close encounter with them took place yesterday on the PAX South show floor, and they’re cool, so I’m telling you.PDP had the whole collection on display, including some that were exclusive to the event (and sold out) and others exclusive to other conventions (and also sold out). Even the USB adapters that replace the otherwise required AAA batteries were sold out.The collection includes custom sprites created by PDP’s designers – characters that didn’t necessarily have sprites like Master Chief, and newly redesigned sprites for some characters who have (like the Street Fighter crew – even with variants like Evil Ryu and Hot Ryu).But my favorites, personally, are the authentic vintage sprites, like your Marios and your Links. The bigger pixels of the early NES sprites (the Mario/Link Pals use bigger squares to maintain scale with the other, more complex ones) look really nice. But whatever your preference, the basic function of “like a little pixel art person but lit up” is cool.Okay! Well, today I’ll try to find more things that I’m not the last person to know about!- BUY Pixel Pals
14.01.2018 - 16:02:42
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I found two Vita games at PAX South ⊟Last year, I felt a sense...
I found two Vita games at PAX South ⊟Last year, I felt a sense of triumph when I encountered a single PS Vita game on the PAX South show floor, in a space generally loaded with PC and home console indies. But this year was different. Handheld games are all over the convention, thanks in large part to the runaway success and indie friendliness of the Switch.It’s not just different because of the Switch. Last year, I scoured for one Vita game. This year, I found two. Good ones!First, Pato Box. In the demo I played, it appeared to be a take on Punch-Out!!, but in inky monochrome, starring a musclebound person with a duck head, facing off against super-stylish bosses. After consulting the website, I see there’s also exploration in 3D spaces, something that Punch-Out didn’t have. Also, I see that it’s on PC and, yes, Switch in addition to Vita.Second, YIIK. Developer Ackk Studios’ RPG is set in the late ‘90s, in a seemingly normal suburban environment, but it pretty quickly spins off into some sort of weird abstract dreamscape with doors in the middle of nowhere, rat monsters and malevolent, spherical smileys. And a battle system that is both modeled after and using a vinyl record, for some reason. Protagonist Alex swings a record at enemies; stopping a spinning record icon on red or yellow segments allows for combo attacks or additional spins (to stack combos even further). It adds a Mario RPG-style measure of timing to the turn-based combat. YIIK is also coming to PS4, PC, Switch, and still Wii U!If PAX South is any indication – and my observations from the show floor are official, scientific, statistically significant proof of trends – not only is the Vita not dying out in 2018, it’s on the rise!- THE NEW CLUB TINY IS HERE  Support Tiny Cartridge!
14.01.2018 - 05:09:24
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