The game, which was first revealed at Gamescom in Germany last week, is a spinoff of the Y8 app for children.
While the name of the app itself suggests that the game is called Y8, it actually is a sequel to the Y7 game Y8 Kids.
The Y8 games have had some very popular sequels, including the upcoming game Y7 Kids.
In Y8 Games, you control a little girl who can only move her head, and your objective is to run across the level using the game’s ability to play “Y8.”
Y8 Games is being developed by the Y9 company, and will be available for free in China, the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
It will be coming to other countries later this year.
The game is a collaboration between the Chinese Academy of Science and Science Education, and a group of schools and universities in Beijing.
Y9 Games is the result of a collaboration of China’s Ministry of Education and Science and the Academy of Sciences of China.
Y8 is a trademark of Y9, but the Y series is owned by Sony Computer Entertainment.