Even though it hasn't been confirmed (sorry if I tricked you, lol
), would you guys love to see Fluidity 2 on the Wii U, or perhaps maybe on the Wii? I'd actually love a sequel to come out on the Wii U! For some time, I've been thinking about a sequel for the Wii U as well as new ideas that could be implemented thanks to the GamePad that weren't possible on the Wii. I played the demo a few times and I just started playing the full game recently (thanks to that free download ticket from Club Nintendo which I already used months ago but just started playing the game now for some reason), and the game's definitely engaging and unique with a neat idea, and I'm enjoying it so far!
A sequel on the Wii U would be fantastic! I think Fluidity looks great, but a sequel with HD graphics and resolution on the Wii U would look amazing! And with new levels, challenges, puzzles, perhaps multiplayer of some sort (although not needed), and with perhaps new forms of water to control, this could be one of Wii U's top eShop games ever! Fluidity has already done well on Wii. Using the GamePad's motion control, we could tilt and move the water just like how the Wii Remote worked in the first game, but let's not forget about the new and exclusive features that could be added thanks to the GamePad! For example, we could play the game either on the TV or on the GamePad. Also, along with buttons, we could use the touch screen and the analogue sticks in certain ways to solve puzzles, sorta similar to the Donkey Kong's Crash Course mini-game in Nintendo Land. These new features alone have me very excited for a sequel and the game will feel fresh. I hope Nintendo makes that sequel!
For those of you who got to play the game, did you enjoy it? And what changes or improvements would you like the sequel to address? Having barely played the game, I can't say much for myself on that, but I'd really like it if the game stopped reminding you like every 10 seconds that your batteries are low (my batteries were low when I first played Fluidity)! Lol. The pop-up screen constantly ruins the flow of game play and it gets annoying, especially since you have to press a button to get rid of the message! I know that other Wii games let you know if your batteries are low, but this game has by far the most intrusive way of constantly letting you know that more than any other Wii game I've ever played! I get it! My batteries are low! Stop remind me and stop interrupting my game play every few seconds!
Lol. Even if they don't address this issue, thank goodness that the GamePad comes with a rechargeable battery that can be recharged while playing at the same time!