Armillo is a unique, fun rolling platforming game with a sci-fi parallel universe theme. It features a massive amount of gameplay elements. For one, there is the regular 3D world, followed by a bonus stage on the moon. Then there is the evil parallel universe, and special 2D speed-run inspired worlds. Lots of unexpected deadly twists, and surprises await! The star of the game features a space armadillo named Armillo. He's not your usual armadillo as he's capable of blasting off to space in order to travel from planet to planet. He's joined by his little blue critter friends and his brother. What's supposed to be a peaceful galaxy becomes ruined by the invasion of the robotic Darkbots. Where are they from? Why are they here? But one thing for sure, they certainly are not the friendly type.
One of the best things for a grumpy old cynic, such as myself, about working for a site like Nintendo Enthusiast is the abundance of opportunities to be surprised, to experience a game firsthand before any pesky journalist, reviewer, or let's player has had the chance to break it down and fill me with preconceptions. It happened to Dakota Lasky at E3 when he got his hands on Splatoon with no prior knowledge of that game's existence, and... (Read the Review)
Armillo Interview with Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
We've had a lot of content dropping on the site lately covering Armillo including the Indie Corner feature last week and Shawn's article on the games that inspired
Armillo is the first title from Fuzzy Wuzzy Games and is a fantastic experience. Retro gamers and newcomers alike will love the 90s-inspired platformer with modern gameplay mechanics, such as scaling 3D worlds.
Why Armillo is Better Value than Shovel Knight
We've had a ton of new great quality Indie Games to play on the eshop in the last few weeks but which one to start with? There's been
Out this week:
Releasing this week on the Nintendo eShop on Wii U is Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition from Drinkbox Studios & Armillo from Fuzzy Fuzzy Games.
For the Nintendo eShop
Join Shawn Long as he takes a quick look at 3 Wii U eShop indie titles: ZaciSa's Last Stand, Armillo, and The Letter. ZaciSa's Last Stand is a tower-defense space game that was
In today's Indie Corner: Daily Dose we get a trailer for the imminent release of Internal Invasion on the Wii U eShop, a status update about Chromophore: Two Brothers Director's Cut and we also hear
Out this week:
Releasing this week on the Nintendo eShop on Wii U are Guacamelee! STCE from Drinkbox Studios, Armillo from Fuzzy Wuzzy Games and Flowerworks HD: Follie's Adventure from Nocturnal.
Fuzzy Wuzzy Games has announced both the release date as well as the price for Armillo. The indie title will be available on the Wii U eShop beginning July 3rd as a timed
Nintendo demonstrated an impressive amount of software at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) over the past couple of days. Going into the event, it felt as if the world was watching
This year's E3 saw a big showing from Nintendo who are set to continue the momentum from the recently released Mario Kart 8. A lot of people are now playing close attention to the games coming out
Nintendo has revealed eleven brand new trailers for just a few of the exciting, unique indie games heading to the Wii U & 3DS eShops in the coming weeks.
Nintendo have been
Fuzzy Wuzzy Games have announced that their debut and timed-exclusive Wii U eShop game Armillo has suffered a second delay. They had previously announced a release date as Monday 12th May after originally
Nintendo's looking to knock it out of the park.
Fuzzy Wuzzy Games have announced that they have submitted their debut Wii U eShop game to both Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe for lotcheck. Pending the games approval, everything is on
Circle Entertainment are probably best known for being involved with Tappingo on the 3DS and Armillo, Knytt Underground and Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams on the Wii U. They've revealed how unhappy they are