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Submitted by sknygy 563d ago | interview

Electronook Talk About Talismatch & Their Big Twisted Project Victoria – Plus A 3DS Port

Electronook announced that it had become an approved Wii U developer a couple weeks ago and that their first two projects, Talismatch and Victoria: Blood Of The Garou, would be heading to the Wii U eShop as console exclusives. As with many debut indie games just announced, there wasn’t a huge amount of information out there about either game, so Nintendo Enthusiast got in touch with founder and lead programmer Adam W. Over the course of the interview, we find out more about both games, the impending launch of a crowd-funding campaign, plans to make use of the Wii U’s GamePad in interesting ways, as well as a possible 3DS port of Victoria: Blood Of The Garou. (3DS, Talismatch, Victoria: Blood Of The Garou, Wii U)

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