Wattam

Funomena, Annapurna Interactive
Dec 17, 2019 - PC
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

65%

Critics Recommend

PC Gamer
76 / 100
Eurogamer
No Recommendation
IGN
8 / 10
Metro GameCentral
5 / 10
Game Informer
7.3 / 10
GameSpot
7 / 10
USgamer
4 / 5
Game Revolution
3 / 5
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Wattam Trailers

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WATTAM | Gameplay Trailer

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WATTAM | Character Teaser


Wattam Screenshots



Critic Reviews for Wattam

Wattam is a fun colourful playground for players to goof around in, even though it's controls have a few screws loose.

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation
Eurogamer

Wattam would be a simple little delight, if it weren't for its technical issues.

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IGN

8 / 10.0
Tom Marks

Wattam is a weird and wild fever dream of a game, but it's the most enjoyable fever dream I've ever had.

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Metro GameCentral

Unknown Author
5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

As charmingly idiosyncratic as you'd expect from the creator of Katamari Damacy, but although the harmonious message is clear the game itself is a frustrating chore.

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Keita Takahashi delivers another singular title that's as much an interactive art piece as it is a game

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Wattam is a bizarre playground full of wonder, discovery, and cheerful friends that come together to tell a sweet story about rising up and bonding after conflict.

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Some significant technical issues manage to do little to hold back the charm and wit of Wattam. It's a game that's great fun for both kids and adults, with slapstick humor and a sweet message of understanding people, despite your differences, at its center. It's made with today's toxic climate in mind, boiling the world's issues into something that doesn't feel cloying, but instead feels positive and welcoming. That, to me, is an achievement.

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Witnessing its wholesome, nearly childlike view of the world through a bunch of nonsequiteurs is pleasant even if playing through them isn’t always quite as enjoyable. And while Wattam seems to want to avoid descriptors and can get away with it at times, that playability is important for a video game.

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