EnjoyUp Games has announced the DSiWare release of Abyss. The game tasks players with navigating the Nep2no robot under the sea where it will collect Gaia stones. Players must keep the robot in the as much of the ever-decreasing light as possible. It is also available through the eShop service. Thanks, NintendoLife.
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Abyss, the underwater exploring title from EnjoyUp Games, will be released for Wii U next month. It will release through the eShop on May 1 in North America and May 8 in Europe. It will run you €1.99/£1.79. The game was released through the eShop on DSiWare in 2012. Thanks, Nintendo Life.
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