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Nintendo student games released on Japanese eShop for free

Nintendo holds a video game seminar for college students each year, where students are taught to make games. The company this week released four games from students on the last course on the Japanese Wii U eShop for free.
Newsbrief: Nintendo holds a video game seminar for college students each year, where students are taught to make games. The company has released four games from students on the last course on the Japanese Wii U eShop for free. These games include Poppo Hunter, a pigeon matchmaking game in which you place the Wii U GamePad at your feet to lure pigeons with food, and Sentou Danchi, a 2D tower defence game. You can check out the games in action at Kotaku. Nintendo is taking applications for the next Game Seminar series until the end of this week.

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