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Just Me and My Shadow Here in This Tower [Wii]

by Alisha K.
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Platform games can get complex, sure, but we’ve been running and jumping for a long, long time, and it gets more difficult to make creative platformers all the time. One way to change it up? Make your protagonist invisible and give him a tower to climb.

shadow tower nintendo wii hudson

Hudson Soft’s Shadow Tower was just revealed in Famitsu, and it features quite a concept: traveling the world as the shadow of an invisible boy, interacting with other shadows, with only a butterfly to help him along. The idea of a world within a world is fascinating, and there’s a lot of potential for tweaking platform traditions within the concept.

From the limited visuals available, it looks nice, too.

[1UP via Joystiq]




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Comments (1):

  1. Dae says:

    As far as I can tell, this is Lost In Shadow, and not Shadow Tower. Other than that, the facts seem straight, and it looks like a great game to try out.

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