Wattam [official site] is a puzzler from the mind of Keita Takahashi, the chap behind Katamari Damacy, which was that very fun Playstation game where you rolled around making stuff stick to you. Wattam was first announced in 2014 but there’s been radio silence for a while as the game hunted for a publisher after being dropped by Sony. Now, Annapurna Interactive (of the excellent What Remains of Edith Finch) have picked it up and it’s coming to PC next year.
It’s a game full of characters of weird shapes and sizes: some look like bright comedy poo, others giant mouths with lolling tongues, some are just amorphous blobs. It’s your job to corral them all together to solve puzzles. That means making them dance, hold hands, and climb on top of each other.