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Pushmo sequel announced and dated all at once

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It's called Crashmo and it's coming pretty soon.

Last year's Pushmo was a breakout hit for the 3DS eShop, and now a sequel is in the works.

Crashmo (or "Fallblox" in Europe) adds the ability to move blocks in any direction, not just in or out from the background. Some blocks will fall if moved to certain spots.

The game has already been dated. Expect it November 22nd in North America. That's next month! Take a look at the relevant Nintendo Direct for some footage.

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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (October 04, 2012)

Rhody likes to press the keys on his keyboard. Sometimes the resulting letters form strings of words that kind of make sense when you think about them for a moment. Most times they're just random gibberish that should be ignored. Ball-peen wobble glurk.

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