HullBreach Studios has confirmed more details for SDK Paint. Unsurprisingly the GamePad will be the main interface, with support file formats including PNG, JPEG, GIF and MPO. It'll have its own dedicated servers and galleries, and there'll be free and paid DLC — some free DLC will also be offered as part of the app's ability to link with HullBreach: Uncloaked. Ship templates will be included, and the cross-game support will allow players to customise the latter game; another unnamed title will also have connectivity features with SDK paint next year.
HullBreach Studios is currently working on its ambitious space exploration title HullBreach: Uncloaked, though is continuing to develop other projects for Wii U. SDK Paint is a "layer-based paint studio with multiple brushes and filters" already available on smart devices, with illustrations given a pseudo-3D effect; it's now been rated for the Wii U eShop in North America and is due soon — during Q3 — for $1.99. HullBreach: Uncloaked does have a provisional rating, though is still a little further away.
The company has also given us the first details on two more titles it's developing, both of which will also be available on the Wii U. First up is Tomeling in Trouble, an action game that sounds like a non-stop runner that's coming to Android and iOS in Q3 / Q4 this year. It's relevant to Wii U gamers as it'll be bundled with a larger RPG project for that IP, simply called Tomeling, which will be an exclusive on Nintendo's system at a later date. This RPG will reportedly have both 2D and 3D elements.
Details are scarce beyond that as the company waits to reveal more, though it's certainly active in bringing its titles to the eShop.