Developer Kunabi Brother announced that Blek is headed to the Wii U eshop.
Blek redefines boundaries of gesture creation on a touch screen and uses elegant and unique puzzles to unify the two hemispheres of the player’s brain in a tricky quest. Every drawn gesture keeps repeating itself and in doing so it moves around looking for solutions.
Blek is an open-ended experience with deep, bauhaus-informed design; it offers a space where logics and creativity as well as personal style and temper get to play with each other.
A simple goal, to shape a line that collects all colored circles avoiding black holes on its route, can be a challenging one, but through minimalistic, beautiful design Blek reminds you that all you need to do is to play [with] it. There are no specific moves that you need to master. To every level countless solutions exist, from delightfully simple to exceptionally deep and complex, yet always elegant.
Blek contains voice sounds by the composer and vocalist Erin Gee.
Here are the new screenshots:
Take a look at the official trailer:
You’ll be able to download BLEK on Nintendo eShop for Wii U on February 12.