Independent horror game Home seems to have done well for itself on PC, reaching an audience of 100,000 players and counting, according to designer Benjamin Rivers. While now is a terrific time to try the title -- it's a mere $1.49 on Steam -- there are plans for release on additional platforms.
Which ones, exactly, will be up to folks like you. Rivers is looking into iOS and Mac, but has also listed Android as a possibility. He's currently gauging interest on this website for those who are willing to share their email address (so they'll "be the first to know").
Lastly, Home for Windows is getting some free content in the form of another in-game area "plus other fun things for eagle-eyed fans."
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