Konami’s First Downloadable Kinect Game Is Leedmees

By Ishaan . June 9, 2011 . 11:00am

Puddle isn’t the only puzzle game Konami are publishing; they’re also doing one called Leedmees for Kinect on Xbox Live Arcade. Leedmees has a quirky premise — you have to move your body to create bridges and walkways for the Leedmee creatures to walk on, so they don’t plummet to their doom or get steamrolled.


You can position your arms to make bridges across stages, or push switches with your legs and gather the creatures and transfer them to another part of the screen. As you go through the game, more and more Leedmees will be onscreen at the same time and it’ll start to get tougher to save them all. Konami say Leedmees has 50 stages.


Leedmees also allows 2 players to work together in a co-op mode to tackle 12 specially-created levels, using their combined bodies to create safe routes. Konami have Leedmees on track for a summer release.


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  • malek86

    Well, this actually looks a lot more interesting than the usual “pop the bubbles!” stuff. I should give it a try.

  • Guest

    We need a motorcycle game that uses Kinect or Move (two Move controllers)

  • Any word on the development team behind this?

    • I believe Koji Igarashi is heading it.  He put a wallpost out about it on his Facebook.

      • Thanks!

        One of the last persons I expected to work on this kind of project though.

  • Locklear93

    Oh look.  Lemmings.

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