Evoland - which takes a vast amount of inspiration from The Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy - is currently available on PC and is coming to iOS too in the near future. There's been no word about it ever making the leap over to the console market, but its developer Shiro Games has now said it's considering bringing it to Nintendo's systems.
In an interview with Destructoid, Shiro Games CEO Sebastien Vidal said the company would like to bring Evoland to Nintendo's systems and has spoken to the Japanese giant about the possibility of doing so.
However, there may be a few stumbling blocks stopping it from happening:
It is quite a bit of work from a technology and UI standpoint, though. On top of that, we have already started working (a bit) on our next game. The only thing I can say is that we are discussing the possibility regularly, but we don't know if it will happen or not at this point.
According to Vidal, Nintendo is "quite keen" on having Evoland available on its hardware, but his studio hasn't yet made a decision on the best way forward.
We said we would talk again after the release when we'll have more time to decide where we're going next. We didn't discuss 3DS, Wii U or anything else, so it's just early discussions.
If it ever does happen it would likely end up in either the Wii U or 3DS eShop - possibly even both.
Would you like to see Evoland on a Nintendo console? Check out the trailer for it below and let us know what you think to it.