Abstract or awesome?

Christian Sanders has an 8-year-old son, and like so many children of this delicate age, he loves to doodle. However, the crude creations committed to paper by Sanders' offspring are destined for a greater purpose than simply being stuck on the wall — they form the basis of Child's Mind, a title for the Wii U eShop which is expected next year.

Sanders has likened the gameplay to Marble Madness meets Jetpack Joyride, and has revealed that players will be racing against the clock to guide a ball through each level, making sure to collect special items which are essential to progress.

Transformable levels are promised, as well as other surprises, and Sanders explains that additional levels will be made available at a later date based on the scribblings of other children.

It's a fascinating concept and one which we personally can't wait to see — but what about you? Are you keen to play this physics-based title or do you think the use of kid's art will have a negative impact? Let us know with a comment below.

[via nintendoeverything.com]