The start-up developer is bringing its rhythm-puzzle title to WiiWare next week.
Empty Clip Studios announced today that their puzzle-action title Groovin' Blocks is coming to WiiWare next Monday, September 8. (According to Nintendo, WiiWare or Virtual Console release dates are not official until confirmed by the Wii-kly Update on Monday mornings.) The studio is a brand new company started by Francois Bertrand and Matt Shores, two industry veterans who were involved with titles such as Gladius, Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
Groovin' Blocks for WiiWare, the studio's debut title, blends both the rhythm and puzzle genres into a twenty-seven level title that should appeal to hardcore and casual alike. Players will be able to unlock up to fifteen extra bonus items as well as compete head-to-head or tackle the title cooperatively.
Groovin' Blocks will be available through the Wii Shop Channel this coming Monday for 800 Wii Points ($8.00 USD).