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Tengami coming to Wii U eShop in June

The pop-up point 'n' click arrives on iOS today

Tengami's been one of our most anticipated releases for the Wii U eShop since its announcement last year, and we finally know when we'll be sliding our mucky fingers over its touchscreen interface - developer Nyamyam has informed us that the Wii U version will be arriving in June.

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A new take on point 'n' click games controlled entirely by the touchscreen, Tengami's set across a pop-up papercraft world, charting the journey of a lone Samurai. You'll be flipping parts of pages to form a path, sailing across (literally) inky blue lakes and discovering just what it is that has made your Japanese avatar so sad.

The game's out today on iOS but, and we're almost not being jealously biased here, it's absolutely worth seeing on a TV - there's nothing else like it. Also, as an aside, the game's lovely soundtrack is by David Wise - which means, alongside Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, we have two new soundtracks from the guy in a week. Greedy.


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  1. lminett Thursday 20th Feb 2014 at 10:33

    Had no idea David Wise was doing the soundtrack for this! Means it will become a must buy for me no doubt.

  2. toffeeman30 Thursday 20th Feb 2014 at 13:21

    looks interesting. looks a little too relaxed mind

  3. jtthegame Sunday 23rd Feb 2014 at 03:01

    seeing ios mentioned is an off put because ios games suck but it does sound cool

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