The And Yet It Moves developer is pumped to finally reveal the lead platform for its latest game.
Austrian indie developer Broken Rules was relieved to finally be able to reveal that their latest game, Chasing Aurora, will be released first on the Wii U. Although the 2D game has been in development and somewhat public for a while, its home on the Wii U was kept secret until now. The game will use the Wii U GamePad and not the just-announced Pro Controller, which leaves open questions about how the GamePad will be put to use. The only feature specific to the Wii U that the developers have revealed so far is that one of the game modes will be asynchronous multiplayer and take advantage of "the unique features of the Wii U GamePad."