Super Ubi Land is currently being developed for the Wii U eShop and other downloadable platforms by Notion Games. The studio has teamed up with Maestro Interactive Games in order to bring the game out, and hopes to make good use of its official recognition as a Wii U developer by releasing more titles for Nintendo's new home console.
Another system the developer is interested in is the 3DS. In a recent interview with Junkie Monkeys, Andrew Augustin of Notion Games said he is more than interested in bringing Super Ubi Land to the portable console market:
I would love to have Super Ubi Land on handheld devices like the Nintendo 3DS and Playstation Vita. I don’t have plans to bring them over because I haven’t found anyone to help port to those consoles. I really would like to find a programmer in the Austin, Texas area to help Notion Games and be a part of the team so we could bring our games to as many platforms as possible.
Programmers don't seem to be too rare in Austin, Texas, what with a certain studio being based there. Perhaps Notion Games will find some more little helpers to create a 3DS adaptation of Super Ubi Land.
Notion Games has had decent success in the mobile market with its 2D platforming games, so its Ubi games would probably suit the 3DS quite well.
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