The hit 2011 roguelike adventure The Binding of Isaac is currently being remade and expanded on in a version called The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, and according to a small hint on developer Edmund McMillen’s blog, we might be seeing that remade version on the iPad. According to McMillen in his recently-posted FAQ for Rebirth, the game is already confirmed for release on PlayStation 4, Vita and Steam. However, he notes that other platforms “aren’t out of the question" and specifically mentions that “we miiiiight also test the game out on ipad and see how it works, if it works ok then we will also release there." Here’s a very creepy teaser for The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth.
So there you have it, the team behind The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth may play around with putting the game on the iPad and if they determine that it feels like a good fit then they’ll release it to the App Store. Makes sense to me. I can’t imagine it wouldn’t work well on the iPad to be honest, as there are plenty of similar kind of games on the App Store that work just fine. Hopefully Edmund and Co. do get around to testing on the iPad, hopefully with great results, but for now we’ll just have to hope for the best and wait for any sort of official confirmation that The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is in our iOS future. Fingers crossed!