"We're working on Steam stuff. Please bear with us," said OReilly. He added that while the developers want to release Mountain on Android, they can't afford the Android plugin for Unity at the moment. Mountain is currently available on iOS in the App Store, and Linux, Mac and Windows PC in the Humble Store, for $0.99; it has no in-app purchases.
The developers are also aware of bugs such as the object rotation and save issue, and will fix them in the next update, which will add "a whole load more stuff" as well. It will "take a week or two" for that patch to be released.
"It was originally designed as a desktop thing but we are now optimizing the iOS version in a lot of ways," OReilly explained.
OReilly, a filmmaker and artist, released Mountain last week through Double Fine Productions' indie publishing program, Double Fine Presents. For more, check out our opinion piece on why Mountain may be a $1 joke.
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