Wattam is the latest game from Katamari Damacy creator, Keita Takahashi. Join the Mayor to make new friends and celebrate what makes each one unique. Explore the world of Wattam as you run jump, climb, hold hands, explode, and MORE with colorful characters that will surprise you at every joyful turn.
Peek at the fun with this PAX teaser trailer:
Befriend, play with, and switch between dozens of unique characters that Wattam has to offer
Join hands with your friends, stack them together, or swing them around as you play
Discover puzzles and special events in creative ways with the help of your new friends
Build colorful and joyful explosions with as many characters as you can find
- Music! - Mix and match different character interactions to create unique songs as you play
What kind of game is Wattam? Here are a few things people have said about it:
Polygon: There's a lot of that in Wattam: holding hands, hugs, being friends with an eclectic group of things. It's special and lovable, the kind of thing you can play with kids or grandparents, anyone who might want to see what a game is capable of when designed with pure joy as your starting point.
Onion AV Club: Like the best family-friendly works, it’s capable of both unbridled joy and valuable introspection and moves swiftly between the two.
Killscreen: Through a combination of wacky rules and rewarding experimentation, Funomena appears to be a digital play space that encourages a mentality summed by up a question: "why the hell not?".
Guardian UK: It’s just gorgeously silly and fun and involving.
Even more interesting, we have heard from the Noby Girl about this game - which she is apparently quite tired of waiting for, now that she has returned to earth!
Game Title: Wattam Platform: PC, PS4
Genre: Puzzle-Adventure-Platformer Release Date: TBD
Developer: Funomena Price: TBD
Publisher: Annapurna Interactive Rating: Pending
Composer: Brad Fotsch Assets:
Funomena is an independent game studio located in downtown San Francisco, California. The company was founded in January of 2013 by Robin Hunicke and Martin Middleton - two passionate game developers who believe that games can have a positive impact on the world.