Jonathan Slaczka, creative director of the company behind Scribblenauts, has come up with an interesting idea for a Wii U game.
"What's really excited excited me as a developer with the new controller is the plethora of new options you have," said the 5th Cell chief. "You have the touchscreen and the controller all in one."
According to Slaczka, the new Wii U controller could lead to cool new ways to play games.
"One thing that's really cool about this new tablet controller is that you have the ability to have asymmetrical gameplay. So one player can be doing one thing while another player can be doing something else on the TV.
"One player can be a doctor and he's sitting there operating on the controller while there's a EMT (emergency medical technician) in an ambulance having to pick up patients to the doctor."
Yet Slacza didn't reveal if he's developing a game for Wii U just yet. "I want to see what other developers make so I can enjoy it," he concluded.
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