Asteroid Challenge coming Exclusively to Wii U eshop
Hello Everyone today i bring you screenshots and a new video plus a number of details on the upcoming wii u eshop exclusive.
Magigue Productions has alot to offer with their game Asteroid Challenge
We had the opportunity to speak with the developer behind and you can check it out by clicking Here
Asteroid Challenge draws inspiration from classic arcade games such as asteroids, space duel, centipede, and others. The basic concept is to shoot your way through waves of asteroids, enemy ships, and other obstacles while collecting power-ups, special weapons, and achievements. The main features of the game are summarized below.
- 1080p 60fps HD game play
- 3 retro graphics modes
- single player, single ship mode
- single player, linked ship mode
- two player, individual ship mode
- two player, linked ship mode
- 70 levels consisting of 7 sectors of 10 levels each
- Boss battles on the final level of each sector
- Power-ups and Special Weapons
Some example power-ups and special weapons include*:
- Shield Energy
- Sonic Wave
- Laser Beam
- Two-Way Laser
- Missile Volley
* – Note that the final features may change before the game is released.
While there is no official release date the goal is to have the game finalized and submitted by January 31st with a release within Q1 2016.
Something the developer want fans to look mainly to look forward to about Asteroid Challenge?
An edge of your seat challenge and a pure adrenaline rush of fun. And a game that they will be talking about for years to come. Since Asteroid Challenge is primarily a successor to games such as Asteroids and Space Duel, I want it to be viewed as a worthy successor.
A message from the developer to the NIntendo fans is.. “Thank you to all the Nintendo fans who took the time to read this interview and to check out Asteroid Challenge. I look forward to interacting with the community again in the near future. And God bless”.
Please note that the following images shows here are up to date today and so is the video as well. The images shown in the interview were images from a while ago.