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Dr. Luigi WiiU

A puzzle game that is a Tetris clone. Players take on the role of Dr. Luigi, Mario's brother, who fights viruses with drugs in the form of tablets. The title has several gameplay modes and the option to play for two people, in local and network mode.

Logic | 2D | multiplayer | for 2 people | combine three elements | Nintendo exclusive titles

Nintendo Wii U
Dr. Luigi cover

developer: Nintendo

publisher: Nintendo

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Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: Internet / split screen, players: 1-2

English language game language: English

game release date for WiiU:

31December2013

Zap viruses in a falling block puzzle game featuring Dr. Luigi™!

There’s a new doctor in the house! Dr. Mar—or, uh, Dr. Luigi is a new twist on this classic virus-popping puzzle game! Use new L-shaped pills in a brand new game mode and compete with players locally or online.

Drop pills the usual way, or get a second opinion with the Wii U GamePad controller. Virus Buster mode lets you position falling pill segments with the touchscreen and stylus to place them wherever you want. Use L-shaped pills carefully in the new Operation L mode or, for you die-hard Dr. Mario fans, there’s always Retro Remedy mode. Feeling better? Then sweat it out online and see where you rank among the world’s elite Operation L and Retro Remedy mode players. Both modes feature online leaderboards.* It’s just what the doctor ordered…even if it’s a little late!

Celebrate the Year of Luigi with Dr. Luigi™

New L-shaped pills make you rethink your strategy in Operation L mode

Use the Wii U GamePad controller’s touchscreen in Virus Buster mode

Relive or try out the classic-pill dropping gameplay of Retro Remedy mode

Compete against other players locally or online*

Both the Operation L and Retro Remedy modes feature online leaderboards

PEGI Rating

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