Quarth… not only the glorious city of the far East in the world of Game of Thrones, but also a GameBoy title from ’90 where you shoot shapes from a spaceship.
Connection? I’m thinking no, other than the name of course. I don’t really remember Konami’s Quarth for the GameBoy, but it is kind of interesting. Your job it to fill in geometric shapes by shooting them while on board a tiny spaceship. Yep.
SNK/Playmore continues its support of the Wii VC this week as Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 hears the opening bell and the terrifying Denpa Men arrive on the 3DS. They actually don’t look all that scary, but there’s something about that name…
- The Denpa Men: They came by waves – $9.99 — Mysterious little creatures called “Denpa” Men float around near radio waves. You can’t see them normally, but you can find them and catch them in this dungeon RPG for Nintendo 3DS.
- Hitori by Nikoi – $4.99 — With the Nikoli puzzle series, you can enjoy high-quality “Sudoku” puzzles, created by Nikoli, who gave the world-famous puzzle its name. The Nintendo 3DS allows for the realization of simple and easy to play operability.
- Quarth – $2.99 — Originally released in 1990,Quarth is a blockbuster puzzle challenge that’s guaranteed to knock your socks off. Race back and forth in your powerful Block-buster ship and destroy the blocks before they blow you up.
- Kid Icarus Uprising – An exclusive 3D montage of four released Kid Icarus: Uprising game-play trailers is now available for download in the Nintendo eShop. Throughout his epic odyssey, Pit will encounter numerous foes as he ventures through the Underworld and beyond, and in this montage you will discover some of these impressive characters.
- Kart Krashers – $4.99/500 points — Kart Krashers is a single player game where the player drives their kart through an exciting 10 stage circuit that spans the globe, and beyond!
- Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers – 900 points — First released in 1998, this game is the seventh installment in the Fatal Furyfranchise. Based on the same game mechanics as previous installments, it boasts new features and an evolved version of the two-line battle.