Hudson's latest marble rolling game contains over 150 new levels and adds Wii Balance Board support, and custom stage creation.
Kororinpa, the marble rolling Wii game, has garnered a sequel from Hudson Soft. Marble Saga: Kororinpa seeks to correct any issues present in the original release, while adding a bevy of new modes and features.
Marble Saga will have players guide Anthony the Ant's marble around the ant world in an effort to reach the Golden Sunflower. Along the way, players will face a variety of mazes and gadgets, as well as items that need to be gathered to progress through the game. Upon reaching the Golden Sunflower, players will need to rescue him and save his colony.
The controls will remain the same as players hold the Wii Remote on its side and tilt it to tilt the in-game world. Additionally, ten unique levels have been included to be played specifically with the Wii Balance Board. The standard control scheme will take players through more then 150 new levels, all of which can be played across three difficulty levels.
In addition to the main storyline, players will be able to create their own stages and share them across Wii Connect 24. Following release of the game, Hudson will also distribute new stages for players to enjoy through the same means. Furthermore, players can customize their marble and even insert their Mii and watch them roll around the stages.
Rounding out the game's robust offering is a four player multiplayer mode where players can race one another to the finish line in a number of levels. For those without local friends to enjoy the title, Wi-Fi leaderboards will be available to race for the fastest worldwide times.
Marble Saga: Kororinpa is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB and will be available for Wii in spring 2009.