WiiWare World: LIT review

An extract from the WiiWare World review of LIT:

"LIT puts you in the shoes of Jake, your regular pale-faced emo teenager, whose girlfriend is missing in a school that has become overrun with a mysterious darkness that turns out to worryingly hostile if you get too close. The only way to get through is to find available light sources to cut through the shadows to get safely to the exit door. To escape the school, you'll have to help Jake traverse the 30 darkened classrooms and defeat 5 dark and twisted school faculty members with whatever tools you can find on-site.

Each classroom is a self-contained puzzle and has different items and lights that you can use to find your way around. Lights have different properties, such as lamps that shine a circle of light, rotating lights that move a beam of light back and forth and motions sensors that turn on when they sense movement nearby. Even TVs and computer monitors become useful elements and can be turned on to provide a path to freedom. Some classrooms will also have windows that can be shattered to provide much needed illumination. To break them you'll need to find some slingshot ammo or cherry bombs; both of these items can be found in the various classrooms. You'll also find TV remotes to operate the TVs and flares to bridge small gaps."

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