Klei Entertainment’s action-adventure title Don’t Starve arrived on desktop computers via Steam back in April of last year. It received a warm reception from both players and critics alike, and prior to the end of 2013 Klei announced that the game had garnered over a million players in the eight months since its release. Don’t Starve arrived on PlayStation 4 earlier this month too, and is currently a free download for members of the PlayStation Plus service. With that promotion bringing in more players along with their already respectable player base from the Steam version, Klei has told Edge Online in an interview this week that they’ll be looking to possibly expand Don’t Starve‘s presence on additional platforms including Vita and iOS.
Don’t Starve coming to iOS isn’t a sure thing, though. As they tell Edge, “As for iOS and mobile, that is something we’ve also been investigating and we think might work, but it’s not at the front of our development priorities right now. It’s still on our radar, though." Klei’s current focus is finishing a DLC addition to the game called Reign Of Giants, and once that’s finished they’ll more seriously evaluate additional platforms. I haven’t checked out Don’t Starve yet myself, but I’m intrigued, and there’s always room for more great action-adventure games on the App Store. If more news regarding Don’t Starve coming to iOS hits we’ll be sure to let you know.