Zoonami, a development studio headed up by former GoldenEye lead developer Martin Hollis, is getting set to release their first WiiWare title Bonsai Barber onto the North American WiiWare service on Monday.
The game makes use of the Wii console's internal system clock and enables the player to clip five different plants each day. Using the Wii Remote's motion sensing capabilities, the player guides their trimmers along the tiny branches of the various plants in the game.
Once you've finished, you can even snap photos of your creations to send to your friends via the Wi-Fi function of the Wii. If the plants are happy with the hairdo you've given them, they'll even offer you gifts as a reward. You can check out the screenshot below for a little taste of what to expect from this odd little WiiWare offering.
We'll have more information on the game as it becomes available, as well as a full review of the game when it hits the WiiWare service.