LIT (video game)


LIT (video game)

Infobox VG
title=LIT


developer=WayForward Technologies
publisher=WayForward Technologies
designer=
engine=
released=2008
genre=Survival horror, puzzle game
modes= Single player
ratings= ESRB RP (Rating pending)
platforms=Wii (WiiWare)
media=
requirements=
input=Wii Remote and Nunchuk

"LIT" is an upcoming video game by WayForward Technologies in development for the Wii. Released via WiiWare, the game is directed by Adam Tierney and co-designed by Tierney and IGN's Mark Bozon.

Overview

In "LIT", a teenager named Jake must navigate through several rooms of his high school to save his girlfriend Rachael, defeating dark creatures along the way.

The game has been described as a "horror puzzler" [http://kotaku.com/364906/lit-to-light-up-wiiware LIT To Light Up WiiWare] ] and has been compared to the "Adventures of Lolo" series. [http://www.livewii.fr/article/90726/-Interview-Wayforward-Technologies.html Interview WayForward Technologies] ] Along with featuring combat against the monsters that roam the hallways, the manipulation of light will play a big part in solving certain puzzles along the way. [Cite web | url=http://www.vc-reviews.com/news/2008/03/wayforward_developing_exclusive_horror_puzzle_title_for_wiiware | title=WayForward Developing Exclusive Horror Puzzle Title for WiiWare| publisher="VC-Reviews"]

ee also

*List of WiiWare games

References

External links

* [http://www.wayforward.com WayForward Technologies Home Page]


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