Antipole launched for Nintendo DS back in 2011 to positive reviews, so gamers familiar with the indie title were doubtlessly excited to hear it was getting an expanded and updated remake for 3DS in the form of Antipole DX. Unfortunately, those gamers have been waiting for quite a while; it was originally announced with a summer 2015 release window before being pushed back to October 2016.
Here we are in October of 2016 and Edward Di Geronimo Jr. from the game’s developer, Saturine Games, has announced gamers won’t be able to get their hands on it until sometime next year. While that might be an exceptionally wide window, he did state the game was 95 percent complete, so hopefully that wait won’t be too much longer.
For those unfamiliar with the original, Antipole is a 2D platformer featuring gravity-based mechanics. This remake features improved visuals and sound and expanded levels. The new game also takes advantage of several 3DS-specific features, including Miiverse, stamps, and 3D visuals.