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More great Cubemen 2 for Wii U reviews!

Sunday, September 21st, 2014


The reviews are still coming in! And they continue in their awesomeness! Check these out:

4 Color Rebellion

“a pioneer on Wii U” 
“a must-have for Wii U owners”

Gert Lush Gaming

“Wow, so much content!” 
“Worth every penny and suits the Wii U perfectly.”

8/10 -MMGN

“a massive coup for the Wii U.”

Go Nintendo

“an addictive strategy game” 
“once you are set, you won’t know when to stop!”

Click here to see more awesome reviews!

More awesome Cubemen 2 for Wii U reviews!

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

They’re still coming in, and they’re still awesome! Here are some of the latest Cubemen 2 for Wii U reviews.

9/10 – Nintendo Edge

“the best tower defence game I have ever played”

9/10 – Nintendo Enthusiast

“With tons of customization, tons of game modes, & excellent game play mechanics, Cubemen 2 should be on your Wii U”

Pietriots (no score given)

“a stimulating strategy game with solid game mechanics and almost never-ending content, which takes advantage of Wii U’s strengths to provide a very smooth experience.”

CGR Undertow (video review – no score given)

“It’s got a nice style, some awesome customisation options…and it’s just fun, you know? And it’s a game that thrives on the GamePad too.”

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Cubemen 2 for Wii U reviews – awesome!

Sunday, September 7th, 2014


The first Cubemen 2 for Wii U reviews are out and they’re looking good! Here’s a selection of reviews released so far:

9/10 – Another Castle

“This is a game for all ages, all skill levels, and is definitely one of the best pieces of software available on the Wii U to date. So get on the eShop and buy this…and enjoy what truly is a defining piece of software for this generation.” 

9/10 – 8-Worlds News

“It is one of the best surprises the Wii U eShop has had to offer in quite some time.”

8.5/10 – The Nintendo Objective

“It is a great indie title to own, especially for only $7.99. Cubemen 2 is an endearing multiplayer game that manages to reach its incredibly high goals.”

8/10 – Bago Games

“A fun game focused on strategy and creativity.”

PRESS RELEASE: escapeVektor release date and price announced for US PlayStation®Vita

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013


Nnooo is pleased to announce that escapeVektor™ will be released on the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) in the US, Canada and Mexico next week.

The PS Vita release will become available on PlayStation®Store for PS Vita from January 22 for US$9.99. (more…)

The hunt is on! Check out these Spirit Hunters Inc reviews.

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Well, it’s been just over a week since you’ve been able to hunt and battle spirits. We hope you’re enjoying the game.

If you’re still wondering whether you should download it check out the following reviews. Hopefully they should help you make up your mind.

Aussie-Gamer: “By far the best AR game released to date on any platform” – 5/5

Aussie Gamer: “Like Pokemon but cooler!”

Vooks: “Some of the most fun you can have downloaded on your DSi or 3DS” – 4/5

Digitally Downloaded: “An addictive game perfect for short bursts of play” – 4.5/5

MMGM: “an absolute blast that is addictive from start to finish” – 9/10

Potaku: “Nnooo should be commended for making a fantastic game with augmented reality the focus”

The Indie Game Magazine: “the most compelling reason to get off your couch in a long while” – 91%

Spong:  “it deserves to be placed on a pedestal alongside some of the best indie titles out there” – 9/10


Once you’ve downloaded Spirit Hunters Inc, head over to our Community Pages to exchange Challenge codes and discuss anything to do with the game.

Good luck spirit hunters!


escapeVektor: Chapter 1 now has a Metacritic Score!

Monday, October 10th, 2011

Now that escapeVektor: Chapter 1 has been reviewed 4 times, it has an official Metacritic score. And what a score that is! Check out the Metacritic page and have a look at our ranking.

Click here to be taken to the Metacritic page for escapeVektor: Chapter 1

myNotebook gets 8/10 from

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009
Depending on your needs, myNotebook could be an essential purchase. Personally, having a digital notebook on the DSi just makes a lot of sense. I tend to take my DSi with me when I set out for my daily trips to Mars and back, but pen and paper? Yeah, not so much. It’s really something that should have been included with the system in the first place, and while Nintendo’s Flipnote Studio offers the basic functionality, this has a much better feel to it.
From Australian developer Nnooo, myNotebook is basically just that – a notebook. You get 32 pages to fill up (I felt the urge to draw Captain Falcon in mine) with a variety of pens and pencils. Holding the DSi on its side, pages are flipped with the D-Pad, or the X and B buttons for us lefties. The page turning animation and sound effect is pretty authentic! This is virtual reality, baby.
The application offers a range of options, including what colour pen you want to use, its thickness, an eraser and a clear screen trigger that’ll instantly wipe the page. This option bar can be tucked away with the tap of a button. The paper type can also be switched between lined and grid. Over time you’ll find yourself unlocking new paper designs, there are 18 in all. Those with Nnooo’s Pop+ Solo on their DSi will receive a special bubble-themed design.
Your notes are saved automatically, and the application will boot up on the last page you were writing on. It’s very quick, easy and convenient. There’s also some excellent chill out music by Beat Therapy; it’s almost scary how well suited it is. Of course, it can be turned off if you feel the need. Oh, and this review is based on myNotebook: Blue. There’ll also be a Red and Green edition, but the only difference between them is the colour of their front cover and paper.
Score: 8/10 – “Good buy”
Shopping lists, a game of hangman, general notes while out and about, Captain Falcon, whatever! It’s obviously not going to be for everyone, but myNotebook is a handy and well designed application.

Aussie-Nintendo recently reviewed myNotebook: Blue and gave us an amazing 8/10 :) You can read the review below or on (here).

Depending on your needs, myNotebook could be an essential purchase. Personally, having a digital notebook on the DSi just makes a lot of sense. I tend to take my DSi with me when I set out for my daily trips to Mars and back, but pen and paper? Yeah, not so much. It’s really something that should have been included with the system in the first place, and while Nintendo’s Flipnote Studio offers the basic functionality, this has a much better feel to it. (more…)

myNotebook gets 7/10 from

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Nintendolife recently reviewed myNotebook: Blue and gave us a great 7/10. Below is the full review or you can read it on NintendoLife here (and add your comments to the already massive amount). Thanks again to NintendoLife for all the great work they have put in to support us and myNotebook.

Delivering what the DSi should’ve already had. Until now, Nnooo only released one arcade-like highscore game on WiiWare and DSiWare. And though one game is hardly enough to go by, we were still quite surprised to find out that their next project was not another game, but rather a simple application.
myNotebook pretty much does what the title implies – It gives you a virtual notebook consisting of 32 pages, on which you can leave all sorts of messages, notes, doodles and drawings. When you think about it now, it’s actually really weird that such a feature was not included on the DSi from the get-go. (more…)

Pop+ Solo gets 8.5/10 from

Monday, August 24th, 2009

The following is the review gave Pop+ Solo. You can read the original post here.

It may not look like much, but Pop+ Solo – developed right here in Australia – is an incredibly addictive little game. The unique experience it offers manages to strike an interesting balance, as it can turn the player into a complete wreck whilst feeling relaxed at the same time.

A follow-up to Nnooo’s WiiWare title, Pop+ Solo expands upon the concept with a host of new game modes and options. Essentially, you’re poppin’ bubbles. However, frantically stabbing the touch screen at everything that floats on by won’t get you far; Pop is all about quick thinking and causing huge chain reactions. Grabbing hold of a bubble, you can pump it up, increasing its size by gently shaking up and down. Release, and it’ll explode, wiping out any bubbles of the same colour nearby. From there, you’re given a brief window of time to continue the combo in order to wrack up the big points and keep the all-important timer going.


Pop+ Solo gets 7/10 from

Monday, August 24th, 2009

This weekend we were also reviewed by German Nintendo site who gave Pop a 7/10 and recommend it very highly. Read on for the full review (note to English speakers this review is in German). You can also read the original article here.

Zum Start von Nintendos Downloadservice auf der Wii im Mai des letzten Jahres erschienen nicht mehr als eine Hand voll Titel. Darunter war beispielsweise der „Final Fantasy“-Ableger „My Life as a King“, aber auch das außergewöhnliche „LostWinds“. Diesen beiden Titeln wurde folglich am meisten Aufmerksamkeit in den Medien gewidmet, denn das eine zeugte durch den großen Namen und das andere durch die außergewöhnliche Steuerung und dem Spielprinzip von Qualität. Etwas untergangen ist in den Folgewochen das süchtig-machende „Pop“, das mit „Pop+ Solo“ nun auch eine DSiWare-Umsetzung spendiert bekommen hat. Ob das Spiel auch auf dem Handheld Spaß macht, werdet ihr nun erfahren. (more…)