Colour Park, by Crystalline Green Ltd
Remember when indie games offered new and unexpected ideas? They are still projects, but in a lower quantity. Colour Park is one of them, where it will reach the Nintendo Wii U eShop. The game has two different modes and a multiplayer gameplay of up to four players, where the players need to rotate their Wii remote in order to highlight any color of the spectrum.
In the Rhythm mode, you will collide blocks of different colors, where your score will be based on your accuracy. The other mode is called Race, where the main difference is the use of power-ups and speed boosts.
The Hole Story, by LearnDistrict Inc.
Already funded on Kickstarter, this game reached its Wii U stretch goal along other consoles, confirming its release for the Nintendo Wii U eShop. Being made for a group of girl developers, this project already revealed to be interesting offering something that isn’t usually offered: a RPG game with randomized elements on items and clues’ localization.
You can check the official description below:
The Hole Story is a top-down RPG fantasy adventure created by a talented group of young female designers. Players solve puzzles by exploring the world and digging up clues in order to move on. As you progress through 15 increasingly difficult challenges, you’ll meet a host of humorous characters, unlock secret levels, and earn experience that can be put towards player customization and gear upgrades. Furthermore, clue and item locations are entirely randomized, so no two experiences will ever feel the same!