Year Walk coming to Wii U on September 17

Set out on a vision quest to foresee the future.

Year Walk

Year Walk, the critically acclaimed mobile and PC adventure game developed by Simogo, will launch for Wii U via the Nintendo eShop simultaneously in North America, Europe, and Australia on September 17, the developer announced.

The Wii U version is a “new and re-imagined” edition of the game, as well as the “definitive version.”

Here’s the Wii U version’s full description:

A new and reimagined version of Year Walk for Wii U

Grim tales, horrifying creatures and cryptic enigmas await in the dark woods of 19th century Sweden. Lose yourself in an ancient rite which bleeds from the TV screen into our world, through the Wii U GamePad. Set out on a vision quest to foresee the future and use the screen in your hands to study a mysterious folklore encyclopedia, decipher hints and take notes. Solve tactile puzzles using motion controls, and listen for clues through the GamePad.

Unravel the mysteries which lie between fact, fiction, past and present in Year Walk for Wii U, when it launches via the Nintendo eShop September 17 2015.

This definite version of Year Walk was created in collaboration with our friends Dakko Dakko.

Watch the Wii U trailer below.

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