Independent UK developer Nyamnyam has announced that its 2D pop-up art style game Tengami will not release this summer as originally planned. The point-and-click adventure has been pulled back to a later release date due to the game needing more development time, but Nyamnyam insist that it will still arrive on its intended platforms later this year. Tengami was due out this August on iOS, with Wii U, PC and Mac releases in the following weeks. Here’s what Nyamnyam had to say on their official blog post:
“In some interviews earlier this year I said that we were hoping to release Tengami this August and we stated on the website for a long time that a release is planned for the summer. While Tengami is definitely coming out this year we still have a fair amount of work to do and therefore we won’t be releasing this summer. We are sorry for making you wait so long, but we have spent almost 3 years on Tengami now and want to keep working on it until we feel it is ready.
“Phil [Tossell] is doing some initial work on Tengami’s Wii U version, while Ryo [Agarie] and I are finishing off the ocean level. After that we want to make one more level, which will make for a total of 3 levels in the final game.”