GoNintendo Video Review - Chicken Wiggle


- Classic platforming with a solid feel
- Fantastic level editor
- Offers a sense of heart & charm
- Good variety in level mechanics


- Might be too simplistic for some
- Short single player campaign

Final Word

Chicken Wiggle is proud to be a straightforward platformer. A simple, yet fun romp through a good collection of stages.
Power-ups sprinkled in alongside the engaging "grappling hook" mechanic help to keep things feeling engaging. While single player is on the short side, the level editor is fully-fledged and expertly created. This feature alone could keep you busy for a long time to come, especially when you consider levels can be uploaded online for others to play. Depending on the community support, Chicken Wiggle could find itself becoming one of your most-played 3DS games this year.

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It's amazing how this simple change makes the Metroid series feel completely different. I really liked this feature a lot. Throw it in with the melee counter, and Samus is feeling more badass than ever!

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99Vidas confirmed for Switch release

São Paulo – August 16, 2017 – QUByte Interactive in partnership with podcast 99Vidas are very pleased to announce that we will be releasing soon 99Vidas in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch.

99Vidas released in Dec/2016 for PC and July/2017 for Sony Platforms: PS4, PS3 and PSVita. QUByte’s planning to release the Nintendo Switch version between Q3 and Q4 of this year (2017).

99Vidas captures the excitement of beat ’em ups like Final Fight, Double Dragon, Battletoads, Golden Axe and Streets of Rage featuring 16-bit retro graphics to bring back the nostalgia of those great classics from the 80's and 90's.

Unlike more traditional Beat’Em Ups, 99Vidas features two attack buttons - Punch (fast but weak) and Kick (slow but strong), which players can alternate to perform different combos.

Character moves, including combos, can be upgraded by spending Experience Points acquired during gameplay, expanding damage inflicted, adding elemental damage, modifying the each character, both visually and gameplay-wise.

Key Features

Up to 4 players co-op
11 Playable characters
Story Mode with 6 levels
2 Bonus Levels
Versus Mode
Survival Mode
6 Challenging Boss Fights
Multiple Upgradable skills
Multiple Weapons and Special Attacks

For more information, please visit: http://99vidasthegame.qubyteinteractive.com/

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The devs behind West of Loathing have some console ideas for their future, and Switch fans should be excited. The team is looking into porting the game to consoles, but they specifically said the Switch would be first among the support. If/when this becomes official, we'll be sure to let you know!