Nintendo Reveals, Releases Stretchmo

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

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Stretchmo Artwork

A new game in the Pushmo series of  games has been revealed and released. The new game, Stretchmo — titled Fullblox in the PAL regions — is a 3DS title and has a bit of a unique pricing structure.

First and foremost, you can download the first seven levels for free. Consider it like something of a demo as everything after that costs money. The game is split into four sections: Mallo’s Playtime Plaza ($4.99, 100 levels), Poppy’s Sculpture Square ($2.99, 50 levels), Corin’s Fortress of Fun ($2.99, levels), and Papa Blox’s NES Expo (levels). Bundle discounts are available depending on if you have purchased one and want the other three or if you are buying all four at once. Buying all four will be $9.99, which is right about where Pushmo and Crashmo launched. PAL region pricing was not released by NOE but it should be a similar price.

You can check out the full details in the press release here. You can also check out the images from the game below.

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  • B445

    The title of the Japanese version of this game is Pushmo: Hippa Land.
    Why are the handheld games in the Pushmo series released under different names in different regions?