Visually stunning platforming. Run and jump to pulse-pounding music. Brutally Challenging.

Visually stunning, hilarious, and infinitely challenging.

Critically acclaimed, adored for its style and praised for its spot-on platforming, the original Electronic Super Joy is legendary. Now you can play it on Wii U!

Electronic Super Joy is a brutally hard platformer set in a world of pulse-pounding electronic music. Run, jump, smash and fly your way through weird and different levels, with low-gravity, world rotation, giant monsters and swarming missiles.

-Levels designed around the music, not the other way around.
-60 levels, 6 worlds, 4 bosses.
-Wii U version Includes all bonus levels and the Micro Hell DLC
-8+ hours of gameplay.
-Double jump, ground-pound, flying, spaceship piloting, low gravity, you name it!
-Over an hour and a half of unique electronic music!

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