Welcome to the Nano Gaming News Weekly Rewind for January 11, 2020. This past week the gaming world saw a taste of things to come at the 2020 International CES event in Las Vegas. From the Razer Kishi to the Samsung Odyssey G9 monitor a wide range of fun new toys and gadgets were announced and showcased for gamers around the globe. On the actual games from, it was a busy week for release dates being set with Super Kickers League, Dwarrows, and Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo all announcing their launch dates.
Super Kickers League PC Release Date
Xaloc Studios along with publisher Just For Games have set a release date that is less than two weeks away for Super Kickers League on the PC. The game is currently available on Nintendo Switch and PS4.
Featuring fast action 3 on 3 football matches, Super Kickers League focuses on one thing and that is scoring goals on your opponent. Inspired by Super Mario Strikers and Soccer Brawl, this game is a new concept where competing with friends, original retro music, engaging gameplay, great graphics are all a part of the fun.
Additional features include 3 different game modes, unlockable content, achievements, local multiplayer, and up to 10 teams with special abilities. Each team has their own unique ability and in Teams mode a single special ability per team is available. Kickers mode lets teams form captains and combine different abilities. Retro mode allows for gameplay through an orthographic camera and pixel art graphics for a classic game format.
Super Kickers League will be available on Steam starting January 21, 2020. Players can add the game to their wishlist now. Note that the game requires a controller in order to play as keyboard and mouse are not supported. The Nintendo Switch and PS4 versions were released on March 20, 2019 at a price of $14.99 USD. For the latest information on Super Kickers League visit the game’s website at superkickersleague.com.
Dwarrows Coming in February
Lithic Entertainment’s cozy town builder and peaceful adventure title Dwarrows has an official release date set for late February 2020.
A beautifully hand-crafted atmospheric fantasy world awaits players looking for a unique and fresh mix of town-building and adventure. Players will need to build and grow their settlement through resources, hidden treasures, and other wonders from the surrounding lush forests near the town.
Three uniquely skilled characters enables the player to venture in the 3D world for questing and puzzle solving purposes. Mysterious places allows for the recovery of lost artifacts and the occasional meeting of strange and quirky characters. Sometimes a wanderer might even be invited to join the town. And don’t forget that befriending the cute animals that will aid the player during their travels.
Dwarrows release date is set for February 28, 2020 on PC, Mac, and Linux through Steam. Interested players can add the game to their wishlist now. An Xbox One release date will be announced in the future. The latest information about Dwarrows can be found on the game’s website at dwarrows.com or join the Dwarrows Discord at discord.gg/dwarrows.
Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo This Tuesday
Bare Knuckle Development is ready to unleash their retro arcade shoot’em up, Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo this Tuesday. The game is a modern take on retro arcade space shooters and is a huge expansion of the original PC release Super Mega Space Blaster Special.
The turbo version really is turbo with five unique game modes, including two turbo modes. In addition there are mode ships, more enemies, more 80’s synth-pop, and much more for this bullet hell space shooter. There are over 40 fun challenges for players to collect extra coins for the upgrade shop. All of these features give players a wide range to find their playstyle.
Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo is ready for a January 14, 2020 release date on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and on Steam for Windows, Linux and Mac with a price of $4.99 USD. For the latest information about Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo visit the game’s website or follow @SMSpaceBlaster on Twitter.
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