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Archaeological Action Game - La-Mulana Finally Headed to the Wii

For Metroidvania fans, the freeware PC game La-Mulana is actually headed to Wiiware.

Honestgamers reported in early 2012 that the North-American Wii release of La-Mulana was cancelled. However, a recent press release from Nigoro states that the game will actually be released on September 20th, 2012.

La-Mulana is a metroidvania style action game influenced by an MSX game called Maze of Galious. Nigoro is a 3-man group of Japanese indie-game developers that has released a variety of retro looking games for PC. You can find more info on their games at

Reported by Nick LaLone



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