RealNetworks Pledges To Support WiiWare

Posted: Oct 6 2008, 11:58am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:52am CDT, in News | Gaming

 

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Last week I reported about the new WiiWare marketplace for downloadable games for the Wii console. Today RealNetworks has announced support for WiiWare with its first game for the marketplace called Boingz.

The game will be a WiiWare exclusive and puts the player in the shoes of stretchy and bendy creatures scattered around an alien world. The object of the game is to help players free their friends by solving puzzles over 30 different levels. The Boingz creatures are controlled by the Wii remote.

"We are thrilled at Nintendo's ability to continue bringing countless new fans to casual games with the Wii," said Matt Turetzky, vice president of content and non-PC platforms in the Games Division of RealNetworks. "With the launch of Boingz, we are taking our casual games to living room consoles for the first time and taking advantage of the unique game play capabilities of the system to craft a casual experience targeted specifically for Wii gamers."

Via RealNetworks

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