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PAL WiiWare Update: Actionloop Twist

by Greg Leahy - June 6, 2008, 10:02 am PDT
Total comments: 3 Source: Press Release

Wii version of the DS puzzler becomes the first post-launch WiiWare game in Europe while the Virtual Console is left without any additions.

In the first update to the WiiWare service in PAL territories since its launch last month, Actionloop Twist has become available from the Wii Shop Channel for 1000 Wii Points.

Making its Western debut in Europe, Actionloop Twist is based on the Nintendo DS puzzle game Actionloop (known as Magnetica in the US). This Wii version includes motion controls and Mii integration, along with local multiplayer options for up to four people.

There were no additions to the Virtual Console library of downloadable games to complement the lone update to WiiWare, marking the first time in several weeks (including the WiiWare launch week) that this has happened in Europe.


This week the popular Nintendo DS puzzle game Actionloop Twist™ launches on WiiWare! Pick your favourite Mii character and take control of the Gemstone launcher simply by twisting the Wii Remote back and forth, firing magnetic Gemstones of matching colours to make them disappear before they reach the end of the loop. Jump straight into the action in QuickPlay modes for one or two players, put your skills to the ultimate test in Challenge mode, or see if you can survive the Quest mode where every level brings a new way to play. Or, if you’re in a party mood, try Multiplayer mode for up to four players; either with friends, against the computer, or a combination. Cooperate and clear the Gemstones together, or compete to see who is the Actionloop Twist master! Actionloop Twist™ is available now on WiiWare for 1000 Wii Points

With the WiiWare pipeline filled with exciting and refreshing games keep checking www.Wii.com and the Nintendo Channel for all the latest WiiWare news and releases.


MarioJune 06, 2008

Such a joke. Only one game every two weeks.

KDR_11kJune 06, 2008

And it's one with clones you can buy for less than 10 Euros.

And it's a bad version of the game that forces you to twist the remote to aim instead of the obvious pointing to aim.

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