So it’s THAT time of the year again. Families reunited, presents, christmas carols everywhere. Some people love it, others wish they could dig a hole in the ground and hide for a couple of weeks. Continue reading Happy holidays!
Our four days at Gamescom have been a total madness. But, oh, what a sweet madness!
World to the West was part of the Nintendo booth at the event, as you know, along with other great Nindies (don’t you love the name?) for Wii U: Severed, Jotun, Super Meat Boy, SteamWorld Heist and Axiom Verge. We were confident that our game would be greeted warmly, given the reception and success that Teslagrad achieved when it was released on Wii U. And yes, that proved to be quite right.
Teslagrad is already out for PS3 and PS4 in Japan courtesy of our friends at Square Enix, but we’re happy to say that thanks to Unity Japan and Kakehashi games, We’ve also been able to release it on Wii U overseas! It feels great to see it sitting on the eShop landing page next to huge titles like Xenoblade X!
We’re happy to announce that our game Teslagrad is available digitally in Japan from today, February 18, 2015!
Thank you to our partners Square Enix (PlayStation platforms) and Unity Japan/Kakehashi Games (Nintendo Wii U/PC), who have worked diligently to bring Teslagrad to their shores.
Without them, far fewer people would be able to discover the world of teslagrad, and we’re very happy to recieve such great support.
We’ve updated the japanese translation of the PC version to ensure the best possible experience for customers in Japan. To all of our potential new players, hope you’ll have fun!
We took the liberty of combining all of the previous Indie Connection fanart into a group photo, Here’s everyone hanging with Teslagrad Kid!
Remember, If you have any one of these games on Wii U, all of the others are 60% off until Jan 22!
(For Teslagrad, that means a very reasonable price point of $5.99 down from the regular $14.99, so now is the time if you haven’t picked it up yet!)
Here’s the final trailer showing off all the games taking part in the Super Indie Connection event.
Remember, if you’ve got the Wii U version of teslagrad, the rest of these games are all 60% off (and vice versa) on the Wii U eshop!
Also, HERE‘s Nintendo’s own page for the promotion!
Again, here’s the facts:
if you buy, or already own, one of these games, you can get the other games for 60% off. Ends January 29th, 2015!
Teslagrad – €5.99/ £5.59/$5.99 (Regular Price €14.99/ £13.99/$14.99)
BIT.TRIP Presents… Runner 2 – €4.79/£3.99/$4.79 (Regular price: €11.99/£9.99/$11.99)
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition – €5.59/£4.79/$5.59. (Regular price: €13.99/£11.99/$13.99)
Chasing Aurora – €2.79/£2.39/$2.79 (Regular price: €6.99/£5.99/$6.99)
SteamWorld Dig – €3.59/£2.79/$3.59 (Regular price: €8.99/£6.99/$8.99)
Swords & Soldiers – €1.19/£1.07/$1.19 (Regular price: €2.99/£2.69/$2.99)
Last, but not least, the final piece of Indie Connection fanart is Rusty from Image & Form’s excellent SteamWorld Dig. Looks like he’s stumbled over the skull of a certain bird boss from Teslagrad here! (Also, on the note of Teslagrad/Steamworld Dig crossovers: I’m fairly certain Rusty must be a distant relative of Fernus. That strong jawline! Those handsome, glassy eyes! That fiery furnace in his belly!)
Next game up to recieve the fan art treatment is Commander Video from Choice Provisions’ stylish and fun Runner 2!
This game has a really colorful and cool art style that is very different from Teslagrad’s, so it was a nice challenge to draw something that felt recognizeable!
For our third piece of fanart we have Broken Rules’ Chasing Aurora.
It has a really cool and distinctive art style, so it was fyn trying to find a middle ground between that and our art style!
In our second piece of Indie Connection fanart, we reinterpret Juan Aguacate from Drinkbox Studios’ Guacamelee!
Great game,Teslagrad fans who are also into a bit of fighting/action gameplay should like it!