Ninja Pizza Girl Kickstarter update - Wii U version delayed a few weeks

Now that Ninja Pizza Girl is safely out on Steam, XBox One and PS4 you might think that we're all taking a long, well-earned vacation. And as much as we'd like to be doing just that, there can be no rest for the Disparity team while Wii U fans are still sadly Ninja Pizza Girl - less.

We've been working with Nintendo through the submission process and they've found an obscure but very nasty crash-on-exit bug. The good news is that after many hours of debugging and profanity, the bug has been fixed. The bad news is that the Wii U build is going to be a few weeks later than we'd hoped. We'll post more information as we get it.

Hang in there Wii U fans - your pizza's coming!

Circle gives update on two Wii U titles

More details on Capcom's new 3DS title for Japan coming via Famitsu tomorrow

- game is going to be called Megami Meguri
- new details coming in tomorrow's Famitsu

Let’s Get Ready to Tumble! New Minecraft Mini Game Available Now

We hope you’ve having fun playing Battle, our first mini game for Minecraft on consoles. Getting to challenge your friends and experience Minecraft in new ways is always fun, and we’re about to introduce you to even more ways to do it. Today, we’re really excited to bring you the Tumble mini game available as part of the free game update, rolling out to consoles now.

Tumble is a frantic competitive mini game where your objective is to avoid taking a dip in red hot lava by making sure that other players fall into it first. You get to do this by destroying the floor beneath your enemies’ feet as you stand in platforms that can have one or more layers. Sound easy? Well, remember that other players will use their shovels or snowballs to get you to fall first. And when you get up to eight friends to do this at the same time, it does get a little wild.

We’re also releasing some more goodies for Battle mini game aficionados today with a group of three more fun maps to play in Battle mini game. Battle Map Pack #3 is now available in the Xbox store for $2.99 USD or local equivalent and it includes three thrilling new maps: the colossal Castle, the incredible Shipyard and the terrifying Invasion!

The latest free update for Minecraft on consoles is available today for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and other consoles. All you have to do is turn on your console and update your game – nothing extra to buy – and you’ll be dropping opponents into sizzling pools of lava in minutes.

French education minister wants Niantic to remove rare Pokémon GO catches from schools

France's education minister, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, plans to have a sit-down discussion with Niantic about Pokémon GO. She claims that some of the rarer-type Pokémon are bringing non school-goers into school areas, causing a bit of commotion. Her plans are to have Niantic remove these Pokémon and make schools a bit safer from strangers. I guess it's going to be Pidgeys for all soon!

Windscape - latest trailer, more screens

More screens here

Discover the beautiful floating islands of Windscape: Sent out by your parents to run an errand to deliver goods the local blacksmith in Sky Harbor, our adolescent heroine is not aware that the journey of a true adventuress has just started. While she is taking her first steps into a world behind her parent's farm gates, she comes to realise that the floating islands have started to break apart and something apocalyptic is threatening the once so peaceful world. On her journey ahead she (and thus you) will need to gather, craft and fight while exploring a universe in the making.

"In the making", because Dennis Witte, the creative mind behind Windscape, has chosen the path of Early Access to create this game in the most transparent and community-driven way possible. Over the next months, the players will be closely tied to the development of the game. Will they see dry deserts or blooming jungle islands? Will they encounter burning fire demons or armor-piercing snow monsters?