Charming Teslagrad also targeting Wii U this fall - destructoid

Charming Teslagrad also targeting Wii U this fall

1:00 AM on 06.19.2013

Jordan Devore

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Teslagrad is shaping up to be another score for Wii U. The puzzle-platformer's newly-announced eShop release will join the Windows, Mac, Linux, and PlayStation 3 versions this fall.

Using electricity and magnetism, players will solve puzzles in Tesla Tower. Two other points caught my eye: there are no cutscenes or speech bubbles -- Rain Games is relying on "visual storytelling" -- and the game also features "old-school" boss fights. That knowledge, combined with these latest screenshots, has me feeling positive about Teslagrad.


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