Nintendo brought the multi-player action game to life by building a massive, ink-filled obstacle course inspired by the game. Celebrities like “X-Men’s” actor James Marsden along with his 8-year-old daughter Mary, “Hunger Games” actress Willow Shields and “Modern Family’s” Nolan Gould ran through and were splattered with colorful ink. Things got messy! Take a look!
In the game, players take on the role of Inklings, customizable characters who can transform into squids at the touch of a button. After splatting opponents and covering a level with colorful ink, players can transform into squids and swim quickly through their own ink or use it to take cover and hide from enemies.
For more information about the game, visit Splatoon.Nintendo.com.