Each level sees two characters working together in order to reach the goal, so it's recommended that gamers play in pairs for the best experience. Solo players are accommodated too though, with computer AI controlling the second character.
Spyborgs is in development by a relatively new group called Bionic Games. Mike Stout is heading the project and commented:
"We want to be on the Wii - we don't want to port over a game like everyone else. Most of the games on the Wii are ports or micro-games and we think gamers are getting sick of that".
Too true. No release date for Spyborgs is known yet, but expect it sometime in 2009. Early screens are available.
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