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On This Day in Nintendo History: Turtle Bridge; VS. Ice Climber; Kirby’s Avalanche; Game & Watch Gallery; Super Smash Bros. amiibo and more

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On this day (February 1) in Nintendo history…

  • Turtle Bridge was released in 1982 for the Game & Watch Wide Screen in Japan. In this action game, developed by Nintendo R&D1, help the tourist carry his luggage from the left side of the lake to the person stood on the bank by jumping on the backs of turtles. However, fish rise from the bottom of the lake and the turtles will dive to catch them. You score 3 points for each piece of luggage you deliver, and between 2 and 12 points are rewarded when you reach the left bank depending on how long it took you.

  • VS. Ice Climber was released in 1985 for the Nintendo VS. System in Japan. In this platform game, developed by Nintendo, the characters Popo and Nana, collectively known as the Ice Climbers, venture up 48 ice-covered mountains to recover stolen vegetables from a giant condor. It includes gameplay features not found in the home console release, such as an animated title screen, a stage select menu, occasional blizzard and wind effects, more enemy characters, and bonus multiplier items.

  • Kirby's Avalanche (known in Europe as Kirby's Ghost Trap) was released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in North America. In this puzzle game, developed by Compile with HAL Laboratory, the call has gone out throughout Dream Land – the First Annual Ghost Trap Competition has begun! In this fast-paced puzzler it's up to you to battle Kirby's adversaries by strategically stacking colour-coded Blobs and blending them together to form massive chain reactions.

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  • Game & Watch Gallery was released in 1997 for the Game Boy in Japan. In this video game compilation/mini-game compilation, developed by Nintendo R&D1, four masterpieces from the Game & Watch series! In Manhole keep up with the moving pedestrians and do not allow them to fall into uncovered manholes. In Fire the building is on fire! Can you safely bounce the escapees to the ambulance? In Octopus avoid the tentacles and dive down to the treasure stowed in the chest. In Oil Panic the pipes are leaking!

  • **Kirby no Kirakira Kizzu was released in 1998 for the Super Famicom in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by HAL Laboratory, aside from the graphical and sound enhancements to the original Kirby's Star Stacker, the game features a story mode where you have to compete against characters, mostly from Kirby Super Star.

  • Picross NP Vol. 6 was released in 2000 for the Super Famicom in Japan. In this puzzle game, developed by Jupiter, a Character Mode features 12 puzzles based on Super Mario 64. Each of the picture crossword puzzles is a grid with numbers along each row and column, representing a solid line that must be filled in. More than one number means there is at least one space between the lines.

  • A fourth wave of Super Smash Bros. amiibo Figures was released in 2015 in North America and included Shulk; Sonic and Mega Man.

What are you favourite memories of these games? How do you think they hold up today? Hash it out in the comments.

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