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Machinarium and Super Motherload are coming to WiiWare


10:30 PM on 09.09.2010
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XGen Studios is collaborating with Machinarium creator Amanita Design to bring its robot-starring adventure hit to WiiWare. Point-and-click adventure titles on the Wii? Sounds like a plan. In fact, I can see Machinarium doing quite well for itself.

Super Motherload, a follow-up to a flash game I hadn't heard of until a few moments ago, is also in XGen's pipeline as a WiiWare release. From what I've seen of the current version -- as well as the provided screenshot for Super Motherload -- I'm listening.

XGen Studios Readying Machinarium and Super Motherload for WiiWare [Nintendo Life]






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