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 delaying the game by over a month to add finishing touches. The new delay has been caused by the submission process taking much \”longer than they originally anticipated.\”

While a new global release date will be announced in co-ordination with Nintendo very soon, Fuzzy Wuzzy were able to confirm that to appease players who are upset at the delay the game will receive a special launch. The discount to $5.99 will apply from launch and will return to the standard price of $7.99 three weeks later.

Good news, our game is finished and we\’re extremely excited to release it as soon as possible!

However, with Armillo being our first Nintendo eShop game, the submission process is taking longer than we originally anticipated. What this means is that we\’ll miss our anticipated release date of May 12th. While we hate to delay, we expect to be able to make a formal announcement of the global launch date in coordination with Nintendo very soon.

Your patience will not go unrewarded, though! We\’re happy to announce that Armillo will launch at the introductory price of $5.99 for the first 3 weeks of release! After the first 3 weeks, the game will return to the standard $7.99 price that we originally planned. This is our way of thanking our early supporters for buying the game early, and our way of apologizing for all of the delays.

Are you looking forward to getting your hands on Armillo, and do you think the special launch discount is enough to keep you waiting another couple of weeks? Tell us in the comments below!

Written by Andy W.

Andy W.

I’m the Developer Liaison at Nintendo Enthusiast, and when I’m not working my butt off at the toy store I manage, I’m talking with developers from around the world, promoting crowd-funding campaigns, conducting interviews and also offering advice and support to developers looking to bring their games to Wii U & 3DS.

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