Last week we told you that Nintendo would be appearing at GDC showcasing several new indie titles, as well as their Nintendo Web Framework, which is an engine designed to make porting games to the Wii U that much easier. Above you can see the hands-on demo that Nintendo brought to the show, which features Mario vs. Donkey Kong in a tech demo that’s not quite a polished game, but could become one.
This is a great tool for getting more developers interested in bringing already made games to the Nintendo platform, so expect to see more PC released indies announcing Wii U ports of their games in the future.
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TAGS: GDC 2014, nintendo web framework