Project Sweat Could Come To Wii U if Stretch Goal is Reached

Action RPG needs £45,000 to come to Nintendo's system

Humid Games recently opened up a Kickstarter campaign for an action RPG that goes by the name Project Sweat.

It's trying to gather £25,000 so it can release on Windows, Mac and Linux but now the project has new stretch goals to include console versions as well. Should Project Sweat manage to obtain £45,000 there will be a version made for Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Vita.

Drawing influence from Suikoden and Chrono Cross, Project Sweat has been created using highly detailed sprites and will take place in what the developer describes as a "multi-layered environment".

The combat system is akin to Ninja Gaiden: Black but on a 2D scale with elements of Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike thrown in for good measure. It's based on a risk-reward formula and you'll have two buttons to play with - one for fast attacks and the other for strong ones.

There's no news on a 3DS adaptation, however, Humid Games has stated it would "like to port the game onto handhelds" should it have the funds available to do so. At the moment it's just the Vita that has the chance of being supported but that could change in the future.

You can check out the Kickstarter video below. Let us know what you think to it in the comment section.

[via kickstarter.com, cubed3.com]

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