The game promises to be the first “goof around” simulator.
The world isn’t the best place to be right, if you haven’t noticed. We live in dark times, and that is reflected in our art and entertainment, with video games being no exception there. But there’s always games out to brighten your day, and one such game is Wattam, a game that’s a simulator all for goofing around.
The game was announced all the way back in 2014 from the Creator of Katamari Damacy. It got a new trailer at Sony’s State of Play finally revealing a release window. The game follows The Mayor, who is on a quest to find joy again in life through friendship. It’s all about goofing around as the game has over 100 unique citizens that can be linked together to solve puzzles or just to create some silly explosions. Those citizens range from a variety of items from rocks to trees to literal poop. It looks like quite the joy.
Wattam will release for PlayStation 4 and PC sometime in December. You can check out the latest trailer below.