Puzzle-platformer Toki Tori 2 has suffered a few delays in the run up to its highly anticipated release on the Wii U eShop.

Two Tribes, the game's developer, told us in an interview last month that Nintendo was very understanding about the delay and told it to take its time in implementing the final few features.

In a recent interview with Nintendo Feed, Two Tribes spoke more about the level editor feature which allows players to create their own stages. It delved into how these user-developed levels could be shared with others over the internet, but said a decision on the method was yet to be made:

We want to make it super easy to share content with your friends or random people. We're looking into using MiiVerse for this, but haven't decided how this will be handled. We've been super busy getting the game to a finished state, so we'll worry about that later on.

Toki Tori 2 is only releasing on Wii U and Steam, and Two Tribes believe it's a perfect fit on Nintendo's system:

The combination of a Nintendo Audience, that we can reach through Miiverse and that can buy our games easily is perfect for us. I think this is what sets the console apart for me, more than any hardware feature could ever achieve.

There's no release date set in stone for Toki Tori 2, but Two Tribes is using the extra time well, bringing additional puzzles and features to the game.

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[source nintendofeed.com]