Two games being funded by Kickstarter seem to be making moves towards landing on Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS sometime in the future thanks to stretch goals being lowered for one and optimism being kept for the other.
Puzzle game Night Detective received a lot of interest towards a Wii U version of the game. Thus, the stretch goals for the Wii U version have been lowered from $10,000 to $5,500. Developer TreeFall Studios had this to say,
“We have received more inquiries and interest in a Wii U version of the game than any other version listed! However the stretch goal to reach the Wii U version is pretty high! So as a company we have done some talking and changing of priorities and we have switched a few of the stretch goals around to make it easier for the people to get what they want! The Wii U stretch goal has been switched and lowered from 10,000 dollars to 5,500 dollars! This version will contain exclusive features involving 2 screened puzzles, touch features, and Mii Verse connectivity!”
The project has already hit one stretch goal and has passed the minimum funding requirement for the campaign.
Meanwhile, Pro Pinball Timeshock! – The Ultra Edition added stretch goals for Wii U and 3DS versions, but unfortunately not all stretch goals were met. The Kickstarter campaign ended without the Nintendo stretch goals being met.
However, Adrian Barritt, creator of the Pro Pinball series, commented that if support for Nintendo versions continues and if the games sells \”reasonably well,\” the 3DS and Wii U versions could end up coming to fruition in the near future.