Just 8 months ago pretty much everything and everyone complained about that Nintendo had very poor support for (and from) third party developers (and the indie scene for that matter). Well, a lot of things has changed since then.

Like the fact the Wii U are no longer doomed, Nintendo´s red numbers are starting to turn green. And more and more third party developers are developing games for the Wii U. Like Wombat Source´s “Get Close” for example.

get close wii u

Get Close is a competitive action game for two players.

So what kind of game are Get Close then? Well, it´s a competitive action game for two players. And the goal would be to get your hands on the crown before anyone else takes it. Which of course are easier said than done.

But if you like Get Close (and own a Wii U) then you might wanna give “Get Close” a try! Because it´s out on the Nintendo e-Shop right (the game costs $4.99) now =)

Get close:
GetClose is a local multiplayer game for 2 or 4 players that forces you to share a Wii U GamePad and Pro Controller for competitive arcade action. Players take control of a single Star Kid who must capture the Cosmic Crown to become victorious.

Collect pickups to obtain special weapons that can cripple your opponents or provide you with the advantage to get that last score. Play against each other in 12 uniquely designed maps that include deadly lasers, spiky turnstiles and obtrusive speed traps.

Collect pizza slices, Chinese take-out and cherries to unlock stamps for Miiverse. GetClose is a fun, fast paced game for those who love local multiplayer games. So gather your friends, family members and maybe that really smart dog you know down the street, it’s time to GetClose.

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