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Smileboom’s Petit Computer, that neat DSiWare app that lets you code games right in your own handheld, is coming to North America this summer thanks to Go Series publisher Gamebridge, bless their hearts.
Some of you might remember us writing about this before, noting how users have re-created classics like Tiny Trek and After Burner with the BASIC programming app. This is the mkII edition that came out in Japan in February with new features like voice synthesis, SD Card saving, and QR code sharing for your games.
It probably won’t be as approachable as WarioWare DIY when it comes to making your own video game snapshots, but it’s perfect for making an epic RPG starring Tiny.
Go Series DSiWare games coming to North America and Europe. Rising Star Games and Gamebridge are localizing a batch of budget DSiWare titles from several small Japanese developers. The first two titles releasing as part of this deal are G-Mode’s time-attack platformer 10 Second Run and Tom Create’s Defence Wars, which hit Europe next month (no U.S. dates announced yet).
This trailer also shows off several G.G. Series titles like Dark Spirit and Fatal Blow. Genterprise is already releasing the latter in the states as Super Hero Ogre, so I presume its Go Series inclusion is only for Europe? Oh, and that reminds me: Ninja Karakuri Den released in the U.S. yesterday for 200 Nintendo Points, so pick that up!
You’ll notice that ArtePiazza’s Pinball Attack is in this video, too — nice to see that making it out of Japan, as I’ve heard it’s pretty fun. I hope Rising Star and Gamebridge have more DSiWare titles in mind to bring over. I’d love to see them publish G-Mode’s Chicken Spirit and its game about manners here!