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One more time: VVVVVV headed to the 3DS eShop


9:00 PM on 10.06.2011
One more time: VVVVVV headed to the 3DS eShop photo



It's no secret that we love VVVVVV. Really, we can't get enough. Terry Cavanagh's acclaimed platformer is making the transition to 3DS, of all places, thanks in part to publisher/indie superfriend Nicalis.

Rather than being a full retail release, this will smartly be available for download on the eShop. In addition to offering a real-time map on the lower screen, VVVVVV will also include 3D support, new featured levels, and future content updates.

Those attending Indiecade in Culver City, California can get their hands on the new game. Do want?

One more time: VVVVVV headed to the 3DS eShop photo
One more time: VVVVVV headed to the 3DS eShop photo
One more time: VVVVVV headed to the 3DS eShop photo
One more time: VVVVVV headed to the 3DS eShop photo







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