LostWinds 2: Winter of the Melodias News

LostWinds iPhone, iPad announced

LostWinds iPhone, iPad announced

Braben brings Wii game to mobiles.

Kinectimals developer Frontier Developments will launch mobile versions of enchanting platform adventure Wii game LostWinds this year.

Frontier boss David Braben told Eurogamer at the Develop conference today that LostWinds will launch on iPad, iPhone and Android mobiles.

It is the original games "to start with" ported across to iOS and Android, Braben said.

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David Braben slams PS3 hackers

"Right now it is Sony that is hurting."

PS3 hackers who cling to misguided 'I own the console so I can do what I like' arguments are hurting game developers and buyers and publishers - the lot.

More LostWinds blowing in

Frontier offers Elite IV, Outsider updates too.

Fans of delightful WiiWare platformer LostWinds rejoice there's more on the way, developer Frontier has revealed.

LostWinds sequel tomorrow on WiiWare

LostWinds sequel tomorrow on WiiWare

Plus: Dragon Quest Wars! Final Fight 2!

Nintendo will add Frontier's LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias to WiiWare tomorrow. The sequel will cost 1000 Wii Points (approx. 7/10).

LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias returns with the same cartoon platform charm, but adds changeable seasons, swimming and cyclone powers to the mix. "This is nothing if not a safe bet," concluded Eurogamer's Oli Welsh, rounding-up the imminent WiiWare hopefuls.

Also out tomorrow on WiiWare will be Happy Holidays Halloween, a themed card-making, er, game that costs 500 Wii Points (approx. 3.50/5).

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Frontier confirms LostWinds sequel

Frontier confirms LostWinds sequel

Switch seasons! Swim! Use cyclones!

Frontier has finally let the cat of the bag and revealed a sequel to LostWinds, subtitled Winter of the Melodias.

New features in the WiiWare follow-up include Toku's ability to instantly switch seasons from summer to winter - a bit like England. He can also control mighty tornadoes that smash through rocks or suck water through their spouts, and has learned to swim.

In addition, Frontier has thrown in a new in-game map and hint system, according to N-Europe's summary of Edge's reveal.

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