Lobodestroyo Wii U Part of Kickstarter, Removes Stretch Goal Requirement

By Jorge Ba-oh 29.11.2013 2

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Lefthanded Games Studio has confirmed that the team have been approved by Nintendo as a licensed developer.

The upcoming 3D action/platformer, Lobodestroyo, from the Lefthanded Games is now confirmed for Nintendo Wii U if the campaign is a success. Because of the costing restructuring, the group decided to scrap the Wii U stretch goal for the project and instead include the platform within the main requirement.

With just over under 20 days to go, at time of writing, Lefthanded Games Studio needs to raise $35,000 in funding.

Inspired by classic 90s platforms from Rareware and Nintendo, like Banjo-Kazooie, Lobodestroyo follows the adventure of an unlikely hero called Mutt who runs, flips and dropkicks across nine unique worlds.


 

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Soooo many great kickstarter games that have WiiU versions planned. Can't wait till they finally start to come out. All the great-looking Metroidvania ones in particular.

( Edited 29.11.2013 18:17 by Ifrit XXII )

Really seems like Wii U is the platform of choice for indie game developers.

As Ifrit XXII said, all these Kickstarter games are including Wii U versions.

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