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Limbo May Be Ported To iOS and Android

Posted on Tuesday, February 28 @ 15:22:57 Eastern by


Through a job listing on Gamasutra, Playdead has revealed that it is looking for a programmer specifically to port games over to new platforms:
We have already released a game on X360, PS3, Windows, OSX and OnLive and we are continuously investigating other possible platforms. Your job is primarily porting to new platforms and secondarily maintaining current platforms. Our engine is written in C++, with an architecture made for multiple platforms.

We are currently investigating following new platforms; iOS, Win8, Android, NACL and other platforms could become relevant as well.
Playdead is based in Copenhagen, Denmark and the programmer must be able to work on-site at their central office.

If Playdead follows through with the port of Limbo onto Android and iOS, I hope it's priced appropriately. Though $5 may not be the true value of the game, the supply of phone games is ridiculously high.

How much would you pay for a port of Limbo on your phone?
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