The Dreamcast favorite Fur Fighters is back, but this time, it’s heading to iPad thanks to Mark Craig and Jeff Lewis of Muffin Games, both ex-Bizarre staffers and current Lucid Games developers. The duo have spent 200 hours of free time porting the gamer to the system, using the PC version of the game. According to Lewis, who did the character design on the original game, bought the rights to the title from Bizarre creative director, Martyn Chudley, for a fiver. There are plans to release the game on other platforms in the future, providing the iPad version does well. Game’s out now. More on Eurogamer.
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