Runbow, an indie game made exclusively for Wii U by developer 13am Games, has been in development for quite some time, and was released earlier this year. And yet, the developer states that though they’re glad it’s out, and is being enjoyed by gamers, they still have stuff they want to bring to Runbow over the next little while. Managing Director Dave Proctor tells Nintendo Life:
“I mean… this game has been our whole life for the last two years, so it’s going to be everyone else’s for at least the next 12 months. We have a lot of plans for Runbow. We’re going to start announcing these things soon, but suffice it to say you haven’t heard the last of this little game and those scrappy Canadians that made it.
One thing we’ve never shied away from is admitting that there will be more content. We’re putting the finishing touches on it now, and let me tell you we really think the fans are going to love it. We’ve also got a few more updates that we are pushing out, including some fixes to some issues that fans have been calling for since launch.”
However, he does go on to note that though they want to continue focus on Runbow, they have other ideas in the words as well.
“But we are also working on a couple other ideas, and seeing if we can bring that 13AM magic to new titles in the near future. We’re not done with Runbow yet, but we are working on getting a couple more planes off the ground. Planes that are already built this time.”