The team is currently working on the iOS port for Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark, which will retain its relatively new title for the mobile release. The game's original name was Stealth Bastard before the studio changed it in April to reach a wider audience.
"For some of the same reasons, we'll be using Stealth Inc for the iOS release. Apple do allow titles with swear words in them, but I tell you now, they won't feature them," Biddle told PocketGamer. "It was the punchline to the joke and it made people smile. It matches the tone of the game; it lets you know that you're not going to have a serious time with this title and its homage to metal gear says something about the games it is referencing."
Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark is available on Windows PC, Linux and Mac via Steam. It hit PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on July 23 featuring cross-buy access, allowing consumers who buy the game on one platform to play it on the other.
According to Biddle, Curve Studios will focus on development and digital publishing after Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark's iOS release. The developer teased that it has more of its own titles in development and details on the new games will be released "some time next year."