Now available: Surgery 'warm-up' training on Nintendo Wii - A Serious game

Tuesday 20 January 2015

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Underground is a challenging and seriously fun puzzle game by Grendel Games. Created especially for the Nintendo Wii U, the award winning game features a heartwarming storyline about a little girl named Sari and Sw4nk, her butler robot friend. When Sw4nk does an unsatisfying job, Sari’s father sends him away to work in the mines. Sari goes against her father's will and tries to break him out. While traveling through the underground caverns, Sari and the robots get themselves into a world of trouble and it's up to you to help them out of their predicament. During their quest for safety you will be presented with challenging situations in four unique worlds; each with their own threats and opportunities. Discover all the different building blocks and build your way up to the surface in this charming game about friendship, robots and a little girl who loves to dance.

Features

  • Unique and challenging gameplay mechanism using 2 robotic arms
  • Freedom to explore and build your own way out of the mine
  • Four unique worlds to travel through, including boss fights
  • Additional difficulty level (for players who love a challenge)
  • Incredible soundtrack performed by a full orchestraA specially designed controller for medical trainings

About Cutting Edge

Cutting Edge is a joint-venture (est. 2009) between the two hospitals University Medical Center Groningen and Medical Center Leeuwarden and game development studio Grendel Games. This unique cooperation allows for the knowledge of two widely different fields to be effectively combined into one product.

Hardware

Alongside the software component of the game, a hardware add-on for the gaming console is being developed by Pezy in Groningen. This unique peripheral allows for the Wii's remote controller and nunchuk to be inserted into it, so players can control the game using motion that is identical to that used when performing laparoscopic surgery.

Hardware