Robotoki launched their Kickstarter campaign for their new game just last week and while the Wii U wasn’t a focus, that could change if the campaign gets enough funding.
We are already licensed Nintendo developers and have Wii U dev kits that we’ll be using to get it up and running on Wii U. If we get funded we will try to bring it to as many platforms as possible with the funds we get and will use the profits from the game to bring it to consoles we couldn’t afford prior. Long story short, yes, we hope to bring it to the Wii U as quickly as possible.
Robotoki is a studio created by former Infinity Ward developer Robert Bowling. The campaign is seeking $400,000 in funding in order to make the game and currently has around $20,000 raised with 26 days to go. Check out the video above to see what the game is about and let us know if it’s something you’d like to see available in the Wii U eShop eventually.
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