news\ Jul 23, 2012 at 10:46 pm

Planet Crashers hits 3DS eShop this week, new screens released

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This week, developer Renegade Kid will be releasing yet another title on the 3DS eShop. Adding to its previous efforts, which include the awesome Mutant Mudds and the enjoyable Bomb Monkey, the studio will now be adding Planet Crashers to the Big N's digital download shop.

The Ignition Entertainment-published Planet Crashers is a dungeon crawler with RPG elements and turn-based combat that will allow you to gain experience points, power up your weapons, and explore a myriad dungeons across several planets. You can take on the challenge on your own or join up with other players online to tackle the game together.

I'm a big supporter of Renegade Kid's work, so I'm really curious to see what the developer has cooked up here. Watch out for Planet Crashers this Thursday when it lands on the eShop for $9.99.

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