‘Kirby’ and ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Developer HAL Laboratory …
November 18, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
HAL Laboratory, a Japanese developer that has worked closely with Nintendo for decades and brought onward such large franchises as Kirby, Super Smash Bros., and a Earthbound/Mother series, have only expelled their really initial smartphone game. It’s called Hataraku UFO and it’s a initial product of their inner smartphone diversion growth studio that they’ve dubbed HAL Egg. In a diversion we control a UFO with a retractable scratch as we transport around assisting people with tasks that are best matched to a floating intent with a retractable claw. Stack ice cream sundaes, pierce load into a behind of a truck, smoke-stack cheerleaders into a pyramid… there’s clearly no finish to a utility of a floating retractible claw. It also doesn’t harm that Hataraku UFO is roughly painfully adorable, as we can see in a central trailer for.
Ugh, we NEED this diversion in my life. Unfortunately, during this time there has been no announcements or indications that HAL will be bringing this one to anywhere outward of Japan, and a fact that they don’t have an general bend anywhere means localizing and releasing Hataraku UFO outward of Japan competence be a high order. Another engaging thing about Hataraku UFO (and a reason I’m not simply downloading it from my Japanese iTunes account) is that it’s a paid diversion with no IAP. It’s really engaging to see such a tighten partner of Nintendo also entering a smartphone gaming fray, and right now we have all my fingers and toes crossed that Hataraku UFO creates a approach out West someday. For now though, if you’re in Japan or have a Japanese iTunes comment that we can indeed buy things on, we can squeeze a diversion right now with a couple next and if we do we’ve created a forum thread where we can speak about it.
Japanese App Store Linke: Hataraku UFO, ¥480 (by HAL Laboratory, Inc.)