Neopets developer is reportedly “pondering of bringing the sport to the Nintendo Change” • Eurogamer.web

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The studio declined to share additional particulars, although.

The early-Noughties digital pet web site Neopets could also be coming to a Nintendo Change close to you.

Nothing’s but set in stone, however in keeping with a brand new report by the Washington Publish (£) that explores the influence of the demise of Adobe Flash on a complete era of flash video games, Neopets’ present improvement staff is reportedly seeking to carry it to Nintendo’s family-favourite handheld console.

Journalist Shannon Liao revealed that in interviews for the article, the Neopets staff reportedly mentioned it’s “pondering of bringing the sport to the Nintendo Change” however “declined to share additional particulars”.

It is the “declined to share additional particulars” bit that is obtained followers excited, hinting that efforts to port the video games to Nintendo Change could already be underway.

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And sure, though it is sufficiently old to drink on either side of the pond now, Neopets remains to be going robust at the moment and even has a cell model out. Since 2014, it has been run by US developer JumpStart video games which is in flip owned by Chinese language on-line gaming writer NetDragon.

Solely final 12 months, a Canadian TV firm snapped up the tv rights to the Neopets franchise and confirmed that an animated present is now within the pipeline. The primary episode is anticipated to debut later this 12 months.

Based within the UK by a few bored college college students, Neopets shortly attracted company backing to develop right into a gaming platform visited by tens of millions of individuals daily, spawning console recreation spin-offs and a complete heap of merchandise.

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