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Submitted by gamer42 302d ago | news

Indie Point And Click Adventure Armikrog May Hit Wii U

Nintendolife:

Pencil Test Studios has announced on the Kickstarter page for its upcoming adventure Armikrog that Nintendo of America reached out to them at E3 and expressed interest in the title coming to Wii U. While there are no concrete details or plans yet, here's what Pencil Test Studios had to say: (Armikrog., E3, Indie, PC, Pencil Test Studios, Wii U)

mydyingparadiselost  +   301d ago
It's a shame the kickstarter hasn't reached its goal yet, I would love to see this on the WiiU and it could go a long way to showing something that might not work well on other consoles.
Xristo  +   301d ago
You will be surprised what happens the last day of a kickstarter. Camelot Unchained was short 120k of their 2 mill goal in their last 24 hours. It ended at 2.2mill....backers will come out of the woodwork. :)
gamer42  +   301d ago
Well, it did say that nintendo was interested in bringing it to the wii u so we may see a wiiu version , even if it doesn't reach it's goal!

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