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Shin'en Announces Art of Balance TOUCH!

by James Dawson - April 16, 2012, 5:56 pm PDT
Total comments: 2 Source: Shin'en

Shin'en's upcoming eShop title is scheduled for a Q2 release.

Shin’en has publicly announced their upcoming 3DS eShop title, Art of Balance TOUCH! It was originally teased during February’s Nintendo Direct conference; however, this marks Shin’en’s first official recognition of the game.

Art of Balance TOUCH! is the 3DS follow-up of Shin’en’s 2010 WiiWare puzzle game, Art of Balance. In the game, you use the stylus to complete 200 physic-based stacking puzzles. Additionally, Shin’en has added a new endurance mode in which you strive for a high score.

The game is currently scheduled for release in Q2 of 2012.

Art of Balance TOUCH! Announcement

Our next 3DS eShop game is coming up:

"Art of Balance TOUCH!"

Overview:

Grab your stylus and build a balanced stack in this physics-based puzzler!

Puzzle games must be addictive. This was our top priority during the development of the game. That's why we designed 200 levels that not only challenge your skills but also your imagination. With its perfect touch controls 'Art of Balance TOUCH!' is easy to pick up and hard to put away.

Seeking a real challenge? Then try out the new endurance mode and drive your score ever higher.

Art of Balance TOUCH! brings the ultimate 'just one more puzzle' experience to your Nintendo 3DS.

The game will launch in Q2/2012 on the eShop. Price is not yet set.

Talkback

KonApril 16, 2012

Having only purchased the original on Wiiware last month and loved it to bits, I can only hope they don't go the lazy route and just release the same puzzles on the 3DS.


The only thing bad I can say about the original was that it needed more puzzles. Otherwise, really great stuff!

leahsdadApril 17, 2012

Quote from: Kon

Having only purchased the original on Wiiware last month and loved it to bits, I can only hope they don't go the lazy route and just release the same puzzles on the 3DS.

Yeah, these Germans are really good at their stuff.  Polished off Nano Assault, loved it to death, and I'm really enjoying their Mini-golf game.  And I usually hate golf games. 

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