The new project from Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi and former thatgamecompany producer Robin Hunicke has released two minutes of gameplay footage. The game, titled Wattam, has everyday objects, such as cups of tea and pillows, and they objective is to have the objects hold hands. When a certain number of objects are linked, an explosion will go off sending the objects into the sky.
The footage revealed shows that each object can be controlled in order to bring other objects to life, resulting in some interesting puzzles. As expected the soundtrack is crazy and wild with a colorful visual style to match.
Along with the video, screenshots were also released showcasing the wild world within the game. Although a release date hasn’t been set, Wattam is expected some time in 2016 and rumors of more information being presented at E3 this year.
Will Wattam reach the critical acclaim of its predecessor Katamari Damacy? Are you looking forward to it? Let us know in the comments!
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