When it first launched earlier this year, Game Builder Garage became the darling of many aspiring developers-at-heart and Nintendo fans alike. Well, the game-building title has now been used to pay some neat homage to one of Nintendo’s cult-classic franchises recently!
On 6 August 1986, Nintendo would debut the lonesome adventures of a powerful space bounty hunter – which would go on to define a popular gaming genre of its own!
As we’ve reported previously, Pokemon Sword/Shield’s art director James Turner continues to be a fairly active illustrator even when he isn’t directly working on the Pokemon series itself. From drawing Kirby as an office manager to creating a short film about living traffic cones, Turner often dabbles in other franchises – and this weekend was no exception!
LEGO has announced the 57 product ideas that have qualified for their first 2021 LEGO Ideas set review, which now stand a chance of being turned into real LEGO sets if they continue to see support.
As we’ve reported previously, many Nintendo enthusiasts have been striving for their Animal Crossing or Legend of Zelda LEGO concepts to become actual play sets through the LEGO Ideas website – where fans can vote for their favorite ideas to be considered by the LEGO Group. Well, here’s a little something that might appeal to Metroid fans instead!
Jump alongside some fan favorite Nintendo characters in this free game for the Switch.