We’re happy to inform that this week two new more games are coming for prepurchase on Nintendo Switch.
The first is “Math Classroom Challenge“, one of the most used games by the teachers of Edshelf, and a game for the whole family to enjoy playing while learning mathematics.
The second game available for prepurchase on Nintendo Switch is “Meteoroids 3D“, a tribute to Asteroids, and a crazy game where you must destroy as many meteors as you can. The game also includes enemies, the UFO, and 24 levels plus an infinite level.
Both will be available next September 29, and now are ready for reserve. Here you can see a video for each one of them. Thank you!
No doubt, the best way to see a game in action is watching the game running on the hardware.
We have recorded the first tutorial of Elva the Eco Dragon directly from the Nintendo Switch, so you can see how it works and feels. The tutorial is just five minutes long, and shows some of the main features of the game. Thanks!
First of all, we want to thank all Nintendo Switch users who have trusted their purchase to enjoy Elva the Eco Dragon, the game where we learn to take care of the Earth. And also the space and the Moon!
Now we are pleased to report that the first free scenario for the game is being prepared and fine-tuned, and will be named “Greenhouse gases”.
In this scenario we will have to go through a gigantic tunnel over the Earth, being careful not to go out of its edges, and collect different spheres of greenhouse gases. These gases will then be processed so that their effects do not harm the Earth. We will have to fill the bars of gases, and avoid the mines that will make us lose points, and cause part of these collected gases to be lost.
We will talk about all this very soon with a first video, thank you very much for your support!
Elva the Eco Dragon has been released for the Nintendo Switch. After many changes and improvements, the game has been adapted to the console by using all the resources and knowledge we have with this hardware. Now it’s time to save the Earth, and learn one thing: we can still save the planet.