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Next Level Games Has Been Working on “Secret Project” Since October

Next Level Games Has Been Working on “Secret Project” Since October

It seems that it isn’t only Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon that Next Level Games (who also developed Mario Strikers Charged on the Nintendo Wii) has been working on in recent times as it has came to light that they have been working on a secret project since last October.

The source of this news was from Devon Blanchet, a lead designer at Next Level Games who listed “a new top-secret game” on his LinkedIn profile. If the post is correct then we can assume “6 meses” means that the game in question is already six months old.

No further details have been given as well as what platform the game will be coming to.

One thing is for sure though, it’ll be just as much fun to play as the whole host of work which Next Level Games has under its belt.

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