Free Update Coming to Super Kiwi 64!

Super Kiwi 64 is an adorable, bite-sized adventure that we played and loved last year. It’s possibly the most faithful N64 style collect-a-thon to release this side of the millennium, as the worlds and characters could quite literally have been created and lifted from 90’s Rareware.

Not only that, but the title is a measly £2.69 on the eShop! That’s not a sale price, that’s just the normal price for this gem of a game.

With all that said, developer Siactro has a free update on the way for the title! The update arrives on January 26th, and you can find a trailer for it below:

Here’s a quick synopsis of Super Kiwi 64 from the publisher:

Super Kiwi 64 is a 3D-Platformer and Collect-a-Thon, in a low poly late 90s console look.

- Low poly late 90s retro looks.
- Kiwi can jump, glide, corkscrew-attack and stick to walls in order to jump up almost every wall.
- The levels can be played in any order, and to reach the ending, it is not necessary to collect everything.
- Eight compact open levels filled with tons of secrets.
- Features a bird with a long beak!

The developer had this to say in regards to the trailer:

“Sorry for the needlessly cinematic AAA trailer nonsense. I just really wanted to do it at least once! :D

This is a kinda bonkers and rather experimental update for Super kiwi 64! I don't know what I was thinking, it just happened and it might feel a bit raw since I got out of my comfort zone and tried a lot of new things... hope you still enjoy it either way!

It's coming January 26th to the steam and switch version of Super Kiwi 64 and like I said: It's free!

Also yes: This is way more enjoyable to people who have played Macbat 64 and Toree 3D, but it should be fine either way :)”

Speaking of Macbat 64, that’s another N64 inspired adventure from the same developer that's also available on the Nintendo eShop, and the predecessor to Super Kiwi 64!

If the PS1 was perhaps your console of choice in the 90’s, Toree 3D and Toree 2, also on Nintendo Switch, are much more linear 3D platformers that play more like the PS1 games of the day, and also come from Siactro!


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