Here's where VVVVVV is heading this year

VVVVVV, Terry Cavanagh's retro-styled platformer, is headed to multiple platforms in 2014, according to a post on his blog.

The game will arrive on Android, PlayStation Vita, iOS and Ouya at an undetermined date.

"This year, I'm going to release VVVVVV on PS Vita, on iPad, on iPhone, on Android, on Ouya," Cavanagh wrote. "And, if I can manage it, all at the same time. This will very likely be the last thing I ever do with VVVVVV, and I wanna go out with a bang!"

In October 2012, Cavanagh said he was considering bringing the game to Android and iOS. This week's announcement also follows an August 2013 video showing the game running on PS Vita.

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