Help Catboy and Catgirl land on their feet on Virtual Console for Nintendo 3DS, in CATRAP, the game that first introduced the rewind time feature so popular in numerous modern video games.
When an ordinary boy and girl go out for a picnic one day they mistakenly stumble into a forbidden haunted house and are turned into something quite extraordinary – cats! In order to return to normal, Catboy and Catgirl must make their way through 100 daunting rooms of an underground labyrinth. But just moving the two around the screen is not enough to beat the challenge – in CATRAP you actually control time enabling you to rewind gameplay or fast- forward through the action.
More than just a mind-bending game of intrigue and action, CATRAP allows you to be the architect of the underground labyrinth and make your own levels of intricate mazes. So whether you choose to be a maze builder or a maze solver you’ll have hours of fun as you help restore Catboy and Catgirl to their human form.
Check out the latest offerings below which are also available for download this week via Nintendo eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop and the Wii Shop Channel
Game Description: Help restore Catboy and Catgirl to their human form as you work your way through an underground labyrinth full of intriguing puzzles.
Extreme Hangman 2
Game Description: Extreme Hangman 2 boasts over 3,000 words in 14 new categories, with ten funny animations and four eye-catching backgrounds to choose from. Test your skill and try to save the hangman by guessing words in three difficulty levels.
Formatted: English (U.K.)
Trenches: Generals (Fishing Cactus)
Game Description: Command Royal British Expeditionary Forces as the defender of the free world. Your troops must take to the field and defend your bunker from being overrun and use the Trenches located on the battlefield to hold their ground in between no man’s land. Lead rifleman, mortar men, snipers, machine-gunners, and more against the enemies in the east. Your war, your way!
Some eShop info:
Nintendo eShop Cards are now being roll out at various stores across Europe. You have the choice of several denominations for Nintendo eShop Cards.
With an increasing number of shops stocking the Nintendo eShop Cards, it will become ever more convenient for Nintendo users to make use of this easy payment method over the coming weeks, especially as Nintendo eShop Cards become available in supermarkets, book shops and many other convenient locations.
As with any pre-paid option, the Nintendo eShop Cards are activated at the point of purchase. When a user purchases a card at any sales point, the code will be activated and the credit will become available. The 16-digit code on the reverse side can be entered into any one of the following:
- Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS • Wii Shop Channel
- Nintendo DSi Shop
Afterwards, you can begin shopping immediately.
As the Nintendo eShop, Wii Shop Channel and Nintendo DSi Shop are continually updated with games and applications each Thursday; make sure you keep checking the Nintendo eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop, Wii Shop Channel and Nintendo Channel for all the latest news and releases on already available and upcoming games and applications.
Apparently, Sainsbury’s and ASDA are known to have had eShop cards in stock, but the ‘rollout’ of cards seems to be slower than expected.