The Wii U is already odd, given that it's a two-screened home console with a pack-in game in which you dress your virtual self like Nintendo characters. But even on an unusual console, Knapnok Games' Spin the Bottle is one of the most unusual games to be announced. The party game uses the Wii U GamePad to issue weird physical challenges to players – and doesn't use the television.
We spoke to Knapnok designer Lau Korsgaard to determine how this weird hardware and this weird game found each other.
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