South Korean game studio Turtle Cream has finally announced a release date for the Nintendo Wii U version of 6180 the moon. The innovative platformer will come out February 25 on the Wii U eShop. The port is arriving on Nintendo’s home console almost two years after being announced.

It’s better late than never, though, as the platformer received critical acclaim when it debuted on PC in 2014. Developed by Sun Park, the platformer’s main mechanic is that the top and bottom of the screen are connected. This means there are no bottomless pits to fall into, and players will have to use this mechanic to its fullest to finish the game.

If you’re interested in seeing the unique platformer in action, we’ve embedded a trailer for the game below:

The release date announcement comes from Turtle Cream’s official Twitter page. While this port may just be wrapping up, the Seoul-based developer is already working on their next project. It’s an innovative second-person platformer called Long Take. Yes, you’ve read that right, a second-person game. Players won’t be directly controlling the action, and instead will be taking the role of the cameraman in the game.

Turtle Cream is one of the most promising indie developers to keep an eye out for, and it’s wonderful that more players will get to check out 6180 the moon. Even if it’s later than expected, Wii U owners are still in for a platforming treat filled with unique ideas.

Wii U owners won’t have to wait much longer for 6180 the moon, as it releases releases February 25 on Nintendo’s home console. The platformer is already out on PC and Xbox One, so it’s now available on a wide array of platforms.

Tyler has enjoyed video games, both large and small, ever since he was a child with a Sega Genesis controller in hand. When he isn’t playing through strange retro games like Snoopy’s Silly Sports Spectacular, he can be found meditating under a waterfall to grow his beard or eating pizza. Probably the latter.