Two Tribes is currently hard at working on finishing Toki Tori 2 for the Wii U eShop, but the indie developer’s Twitter account hints that they’re not planning on stopping there. In addition to PC/Mac/Smartphone releases, the company also mentions a new idea for a game containing “co-op centric puzzles in a 2D Toki Tori-like world”. Two Tribes goes into further detail to discuss how the control scheme for such a game would work on the Wii U, so it’s safe to say we’ll see more fresh content from these guys soon.
Aside from Toki Tori 2, Two Tribes has also been tweeting the idea of bringing two of their block-based puzzle games to the eShop. Both RUSH and EDGE have been available for some time on other platforms including PC and smartphones, but having them on the eShop could be a good way to bolster the game content available. RUSH has already made an appearance on WiiWare, so it’s likely that new puzzles and content could see its way into the game for an eShop re-release.
Now that Toki Tori 2 is in the final stages it’s time to look ahead. We’re thinking of bringing our cube games EDGE and RUSH to Wii U too.
— Two Tribes (@TwoTribesGames) January 3, 2013
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