Chasing Aurora to Launch on Wii U

Chasing Aurora, a unique physics-based flight game from developer Broken Rules, is announced to be a launch title for the awaited Nintendo Wii U console.  This 2D open-world action game takes place in the Alps, where it is your mission to recover shards of shattered sun and return them to the sun alter.  Not all locations are created equal in this game; while you may have no trouble at all retrieving some shards of sun, you may have to fight to the death for others.

Chasing Aurora consists of three different climate zones, at least 4 different multiplayer game modes- some of which, are asymmetrical and built to accommodate the unique Wii U GamePad, and a single player campaign that is told without words.  The release is set for late this year.  Below are two different trailers, one showcasing the musical and visual experience during gameplay and the other showcases the air combat you encounter while soaring through the Alps.

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Source: Chasing Aurora Official Website

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