All Aboard! Chariot Steers onto Nintendo’s Wii U


With More Than One Million Players, The Hit Couch Co-op Platformer Is Now Available On Wii U

QUEBEC CITY – January 8, 2015 – Frima today announced that couch co-op platformer Chariot is now available on Nintendo’s Wii U System, after first launching on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in Fall 2014. In Chariot, a princess and her fiancé traverse the royal catacombs in search of a final resting place worthy of His Majesty. Players must use their wits and teamwork as they venture through stunning environments and discover new challenges at every turn.

Begin your adventure with Chariot’s trailer, and view the developer diary for an inside look into the game’s creation.

In Chariot, players guide the King’s funeral casket by using physics-based mechanics, such as swinging, riding, pulling and pushing. Featuring gorgeous, varied landscapes, Chariot offers a wealth of challenges as players continue along their perilous journey. Alone or with a friend, Chariot offers the thrill of an afterlife!

“Wii U is the perfect console for local co-op games, and bringing Chariot to Wii U was a natural fit,” said Frima Executive Producer Martin Brouard. “We look forward to seeing how new players enjoy the ride!”

Chariot is available for $14.99 on Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam. On Steam, Chariot is optimized for controller use, but keyboard controls have also been implemented.

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Download the press kit
Go behind-the-scenes with the developer diary
View the trailer on YouTube
Download the trailer

Chariot_Box Art  WiiU Screenshot Verdant Burrows

About Frima
Frima is Canada’s largest independently-owned game developer. Since 2003, the company has been developing first-rate digital products for world-renowned clients like Electronic Arts, Activision, Warner Brothers, Konami and Ubisoft. Frima’s services include video game development, animation and visual effects, as well as the concept art development of Volta. With over 350 artists and programmers in-house, Frima produces high-caliber products with both artistic and technical appeal. Frima Originals is a separate division within Frima that is dedicated to developing and self-publishing original indie titles, such as Nun Attack, Zombie Tycoon, A Space Shooter and couch co-op platformer Chariot.

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