By Andrew Mathieu / February 13th, 2014
Nintendo’s eShop seems to have no shortage of promising indie games on the horizon, and this spring, it adds another game to its ever-expanding Wii U lineup. Stick It To The Man, a puzzle-platformer released last year for the PS3, PS Vita, Windows, and Mac OS, will come to Nintendo’s home console with GamePad-exclusive features.
Stick It To The Man tells the story of Ray, an ordinary citizen in a world made entirely of paper and stickers. That all changes, however, when he wakes up a wanted man with a giant pink arm growing out of his head. Not only does he have the ability to manipulate the world around him, but he can also read people’s minds.
While the press release did not go into specifics about the GamePad-exclusive features, it does say reading the minds of NPCs would be handled on the GamePad. With the success of the title on other platforms, Stick It To The Man seems set to impress Nintendo fans on the Wii U. Stick It To The Man was developed by Zoink! and published by Ripstone.
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