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<p>Upppercut Games (Epoch series) has delayed the mobile version of its upcoming 3D adventure-platformer Submerged in order to ensure it meets a high quality.</p><p>The studio said that it strives for its games to have optimal performance and controls on every single platform that they're released on.</p><p>And as the PC and console versions were developed in parity due to their similar system specs and control schemes, the mobile version needs more work.</p><p>Hence the game will arrive on PC and consoles first while the mobile version will take a little longer - an effort to ensure the mobile version isn't considered lesser.</p>
<p>Sure, the fact that Mario Kart's coming to mobile was pretty exciting news but Nintendo decided to continue their hype train by announcing that an animated Mario movie is in the works. <p>Nintendo and Illumination are partnering on a movie starring Mario, co-produced by Shigeru Miyamoto and Chris Meledandri! pic.twitter.com/wVRPLIzcGJ— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 1, 2018 Revealed not long after their MK mobile news, Nintendo America will be working with Illumination Entertainment (Despicable Me, Sing, The Secret Life of Pets), and it'll be co-produced by the legend himself, Shigeru Miyamoto, and CEO of IE, Chris Meledandri.</p><p>There are so many things to feel at this point that it's hard to figure out where to start. In the simplest terms, Illumination Entertainment has provided some quality films in the past with a lot of big-name actors. My biggest concern at the moment is imagining Mario, Luigi, Peach, and co. actually speaking more than one word to each other.</p><p>I know, that sounds weird, but then I felt the same about the Angry Birds movie which wasn't as horribly received as I thought it was. I'm curious to see where the studios want to go with it. Whether it'd be an origin story, a 'day in the life of' story, a general 'save the princess' story, or something else.</p><p>There's also a possibility that a few Easter Eggs could be slipped into the films since Mario x Rabbids worked so damn well, but I reckon that'd be a background detail or 'stuffed Minion plushie in a corner'-type deal.</p><p>What do you guys think? Does the thought of Nintendo taking another whack at a Mario movie make you shudder? Let us know in those comments.</p>
<p>Automaton is a puzzle game that's designed to teach people the basics of programming. It was designed by Jeremy Friesen who is currently studying Computer Science and worked on the game in his spare time. It's available now on Google Play.</p><p>Players will be in charge of getting a little robot called Auto to complete various tasks. This will be done by entering various lines of code - that is given to you - that can make him move forward, turn, or pick up and put down objects. The levels will naturally become more and more complex as you progress.</p><p>They start very simple with just moving and turning the robot to get it to a set destination. But before long you'll be required to use loops to complete tasks with a strict limit on how many lines of code you can use. The later levels will also see players having to control two Autos to add an extra layer of complexity to proceedings.</p><p>However, if you're deep into coding this game will likely be far too simple for you. It's not on a Zachtronics level of difficulty that's for sure, so don't be expecting the next Shenzen I/O. This is a game that's designed for people who have next to no experience in coding rather than experts.</p><p>Though the game is currently available Jeremy insists that he's still working on updating the game with more levels and ironing out any bugs. So it's not quite the finished article yet but there's still plenty of coding brainteasers to be getting on with in the meantime.</p><p>I'm always pleased to see games that attempt to educate people through gaming. It makes a nice alternative to the 'learn through doing' concept. If you've ever wanted to understand basic coding or just like puzzle games then Automaton is available now on Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with one in-app purchase that removes ads.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Nature hath charged me that I hoard them not,
<p>It feels like only yesterday we were here covering the most recent Nindies Showcase, but I'm certainly not complaining.</p><p>In some areas of the world it'll be an appropriate time and in others it's pretty darn late, however we're all here for one thing: the games.</p><p>With more from Super Mario Odyssey promised, plus a look at what's coming on 3DS and Switch over the next few months, it's shaping up to be 45 minutes of class content.</p>
<p>Back in July we first came to learn that the puzzler Lumo was on its way to Switch. Now it looks like the game's release could be pretty soon, and wouldn't that be nice?</p><p>As a sort-of forgotten area of casual gaming, Lumo brings back a classic isometric platformer with a bit of a modern twist and can be played by gamers of all ages. With over 400 rooms to beat don't be fooled into thinking what you see is what you get. No, this is a game as much about exploration as it is about reaching your goal.</p><p>At current the game's listed as November 16th on the Switch's UK eShop, but as I'm sure you're aware by now that's not necessarily set in stone. Depending on reviewing, sudden bug-fixing, or scheduling conflicts, this can always change so take this with a pinch of salt.</p><p>Either way at least we know it's on the way. There's no mention of it on the US eShop as of yet, but we'll keep an eye out for it.</p>
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