Sheepolution's One Take, the overall winner at the Ludum Dare 28 game jam, is in development for release on PC, developer Daniel Haazen said in a We Ask Indies interview published in Gamasutra.
In One Take, which beat out more than 2,000 other games at the December event, players become a cameraman trying to capture a long scene in one uninterrupted shot. When asked about his plans following his win, Haazen mentioned PC and mobile releases.
"I am working on a full version for PC right now," Haazen said. "A lot of people have suggested making a port for iOS [and] Android. But I will make the PC version first, and when that is done I'll look into the possibilities for a port."
He also told the story of his three-hour journey coming up with the game's conceit.
"It just popped into my mind," he said. "I repeatedly told myself 'One … one …' and scrolled through the possibilities in my mind. 'One enemy, one bullet, one life, one … one …' Then suddenly 'one take' appeared. I don't know where it came from. It just happens like that. I must say that I [had] been thinking for three hours until I came up with One Take, so it took a while. I wasn't sure if I was going to use it, as at first it looked at too much work for 48 hours. But after another 15 minutes I decided to go with it. And I'm glad I did."
You can hop over to the official Ludum Dare website to download a Mac or Windows PC version of One Take as it appeared at the game jam.