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‘Squids’ headed to Wii U and 3DS this spring

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The cult-favorite iOS game “Squids” is headed to both the Wii U and 3DS this spring, game developer The Game Bakers said in a press release today obtained by Examiner.

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The Wii U and 3DS game is tentatively titled “Squids Odyssey” and will include two campaigns previously released on PC and mobile devices. It will also come prepackaged with what the Game Bakers said was “tons of improvement and tweaks, along with a brand new campaign in the Japanese kingdom of Wakame.”

A new character, Oktoku, as well as four exclusive themed helmets will also be included, according to the Game Bakers.

"We originally conceived SQUIDS with classic Nintendo games in mind. It's an RPG with a colorful world, a fun story, and simple controls, but lots of gameplay depth like in the Zelda games," Emeric Thoa, The Game Bakers' creative director. Said in today’s press release. "We're thrilled that Nintendo has supported our dream of bringing our Squids to their hardware and can't wait for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS players to dive in with these brave heroes."

Are you excited of the news of a “Squids” game on the 3DS and Wii U? Have you played any of the previous games in the series? Sound off in the comments section below.

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