Hotline Miami developer in talks for Vita port, considering mobile

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 30 October 2012 02:43 GMT

Hotline Miami developer Jonatan Söderström has “been talking to Sony” about bringing the game to PlayStation devices, he told PocketGamer recently. Söderström said the Vita is one option, although the team would need someone else to do the port, and that he’s also interested in Android and iDevices, noting that getting it to play well on touch would be “interesting” and “a challenge”.

Or, you know, get it on Steam; here’s Sam having the time of his life having done just that.

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