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Submitted by jjdoyle 581d ago | interview

Martin Pichlmair from Broken Rules discusses “Chasing Aurora” for Wii U eShop

"Broken Rules made their debut with “And Yet It Moves” on the WiiWare service, which received critical acclaim and it showed what indie developers are capable of on Nintendo consoles. Broken Rules is back with a new game called Chasing Aurora, and it will debut on the Wii U’s eShop.
Chasing Aurora is a beautiful 2D aerial action game with a nature inspired theme that has you play up in the mountains and down in the forests. The graphics are inspired by origami, and the graphics are very triangle based. In one multiplayer mode, you are like an iceberg that is trying to freeze other players on the Wii U GamePad while everyone else uses Wii remotes/nunchucks while sharing the camera on the TV screen. There’s another multiplayer mode where you have to fly away from other players (kind of like a “hide and seek” or “keep away” mode).", writes NotEnoughShaders. (And Yet It Moves, Broken Rules, Chasing Aurora, Industry, Martin Pichlmair, Wii, Wii U)

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