Yet another december weekend, yet another Wii release. Sqrxz 3 for Wii is now out for Nintendo’s Wii. Kindly note that this is homebrew software and not authorized or approved by Nintendo. You’ll need “The Homebrew Channel” to enjoy the game. Thanks to Oibaf for porting! Head over to the download section and download now :)
Three more release for Wii to come from Retroguru, but today we serve you Sqrxz 2 for Wii, ported by Fabio Olimpieri.
For those who were not able to visit us in Vienna at “6. Retro-Börse Wien” and enjoy all six Retroguru releases at once, here is Sqrxz v1.0b for Wii – enjoy this crazy classic puzzle jump’n’run from 1994 in this Retroguru remake. Also make sure to check out our release of Giana’s Return for Wii three days ago. Visitors of the event were able to get all downloads beforehand, so now it’s time to get the news out to the public.
Along with all Sqrxz parts, we will be at the 6th Retro-Börse Vienna tomorrow, also presenting Giana’s Return and Xump for the Wii as first release. Thanks to our Wii-Porter Fabio! The homepage might not be updated immediate, so the first-release will remain exclusive for this event in Vienna.
Indiket has made it possible! After two years of Sqrxz 2 we finally do have a Mac OS X port! Required is a Mac with Mac OS X v10.4+ and an Intel processor. Thanks Indiket!
Thanks to Zear we do now have Sqrxz, the very first Sqrxz game, remade by Retroguru and initially created by Marcus Vesterlund (Maze) and John Holmvall (Hojo), for the GCW Zero! Head to the download section and increase your software collection for this little nifty handheld!
Sergei Kolesnikov who usually does our Motomagx ports did a port for Sqrxz 4 to OpenDingux. So if you happen to have a Dingoo A320 running Dingux, get ready
to smash your device. to enjoy the fourth part of Sqrxz. Thanks Sergei!
Our team-member Frank ‘phx’ Wille has done it! A NetBSD6 port (both x86 and PPC) are ready to download! Now you can help Sqrxz in Sqrxz 4 – Cold Cash to earn cash even on NetBSD, yay!
Really a lot of effort has gone into the following video review of the Sqrxz-Quadrology made by Chris/Memories in 8Bit. Check it out and feel free to leave comments. We at Retroguru truly enjoyed it.