WiiU

Lone Survivor in Development for Wii U

by Andy Goergen - July 29, 2014, 8:34 pm PDT
Total comments: 4 Source: Twitter

Curve Studios is bringing the survival horror game to Wii U, along with a friend.

Lone Survivor, the survival horror game with PC and PlayStation roots from Curve Studios, is heading to Wii U later this year. The studio, which announced it was bringing Stealth Inc. 2 to Nintendo's console in the coming days, also teased an unannounced game which it has in the works.

Lone Survivor is a 2D survival horror game with a pixelated aesthetic. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic future in which the main character has to fight off mutants, deal with hallucinations, and solve puzzles which may lead to finding other survivors.

When asked if any of these games would be coming to 3DS, the studio tweeted that they're investigating the possibility, but didn't announce anything specific.

Curve Studios is no stranger to Nintendo's platforms, having previously released Explodemon on WiiWare and Fluidity Spin Cycle on 3DS.

Talkback

JonJuly 30, 2014

i'm really starting to like these guys. they're putting quite a few games onto the wii u. and they have a pretty good track record too. i recently got Fluidity Spin Cycle as my CN platinum reward. i dig what they're doing, so they'll get some money from me.

azekeJuly 30, 2014

Check out first Fluidity game on WiiWare if you have an opportunity, it's so much better than 3DS it's not even funny.

Their freeware version of Stealth Bastard was also okay.

ejamerJuly 31, 2014

Quote from: azeke

Check out first Fluidity game on WiiWare if you have an opportunity, it's so much better than 3DS it's not even funny.
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Totally agree that the WiiWare game is even better.  I'd love to see that re-released on Wii U since I'd bet most people missed the game originally. 


(Yes, I know you can still buy WiiWare via Wii mode. I just doubt any meaningful number of people do that.)

MagicCow64August 01, 2014

The first half of Lone Survivor is one of the best survival horror games ever made. It loses some tension in the latter half, but it's still damn good and intensely atmospheric for a 2D game.

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