Smashmouth Games has just announced that their flash-based rhythm/action game Ongaku is headed to Nintendo's WiiWare service later this year.
With the recent popularity of these rhythm/action games, it comes as no surprise to see them make this announcement. You can check out a snippet of information taken from their official website to get a little insight into the game.
Ongaku is a music based computer game. This genre of game is known as a 'Rhythm Action' game. The player controls a musical character called Ongaku. The player must hit notes in time to the music which are represented on screen as coloured gems, colour then disperses onto the background canvas and paints a picture. Any notes missed result in the creation of a Feedback Monster, which then damages Ongaku's health. The goal of the game is to paint a complete picture on the background canvas for each of the game's levels
We'll have more information on Ongaku as it becomes available, as well as a full review when the game hits the WiiWare service.