Nintendo of America Tweeted an infographic that gives step-by-step instructions on how to blow a bubble; all you have to do is act like Kirby. This, of course, is related to Nintendo’s celebration of the round, pink hero’s 20th anniversary, in which the company plans to break a Guinness World Record by trying to make hundreds of PAX Prime attendees simultaneously blow chewing gum bubbles on September 1st.
Archaeologist and puzzle-solver Professor Layton is set to return in an all-new adventure that will take players deeper into the professor’s past than ever before: Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask. The latest title in the popular series of puzzle-solving adventures will be available across Europe from 26th October 2012, exclusively for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL as a packaged game available from retail outlets and simultaneously as a download via the Nintendo eShop.
The TheAtRhythm Final Fantasy demo is now available for download in the Nintendo eShop in North America. Tap and slide to the rhythm of timeless tracks from the Final Fantasy series while joining forces with iconic characters and facing off against memorable monsters.
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon was originally scheduled to launch this year, but has been pushed to 2013. Nintendo of America confirmed that Luigi’s Nintendo 3DS game will be released in North America during the first quarter of 2013.
Nintendo of America has announced via its Twitter account that Brain Age Concentration Training will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS December 3rd in North America. Nintendo Europe has yet to confirm when the game will launch. Nintendo America also revealed release date information for Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon and Animal Crossing 3D.
Nintendo showed a bunch of new footage for the eagerly awaited Animal Crossing 3D on the Nintendo 3DS. The Kyoto based company announced that the game will be released in Japan on November 8th. Animal Crossing 3D will allow you to decide which shops to build, and it also allows you to exchange characters via QR codes.