Miko Mole Just Released In North America

Miko Mole

Dig The Nintendo® WiiUTM Version Of ‘Miko Mole’ Just Released In North America

Mexico City, Mexico, April 4th 2017: Award-winning Indie game developer EnsenaSoft is proud to announce the North American release of Miko Mole, a challenging arcade adventure featuring wannabe-hero Miko on a mission to become burglar-in-thief by collecting enough gems on each level to open its exit to progress.

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Miko Mole contains 5 challenging environments with 40 levels per world for an impressive 200 total levels. Dig down, dig deep, and uncover precious gems for Miko, but be careful, as each level requires quick reflexes and cunning strategy to avoid the many obstacles, surprises, traps, and tricky puzzles, not to mention the many enemies such as bats, skunks, and rats. And if you get stuck, certain objects of the environment can be manipulated granting access to otherwise inaccessible areas. Miko Mole is suitable to players of all ages and experience levels.

KEY FEATURES

  • Stealth Action Gameplay
  • Fun Surprises And Challenging Tasks
  • 5 Exciting Environments
  • 200 Levels To Complete

Miko Mole is available on the Nintendo® eShop from here:
http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/miko-mole-wii-u

The game is also available on STEAM™ and on PSN® in Europe and North America.

Developer Website
www.ensenasoft.com

Game Website
www.mikomole.com

Facebook
www.facebook.com/ensenasoft

Twitter
www.twitter.com/ensenasoft

YouTube™ Channel
www.youtube.com/ensenasoft

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