By Ishaan . February 16, 2012 . 2:59pm
Gamasutra have published a feature on developers that have managed to weather and survive tough times and a changing games market, such as n-Space and Wayforward Technologies. In the feature, WayForward CEO, John Beck, mentions his company’s commitment to the Nintendo eShop as part of their strategy.
“When you have certain content that is available exclusively on dedicated gaming devices, it really helps to set that content apart,” Beck says about WayForward’s success on DSiWare and the eShop. “The eShop will be a major part of our strategy for handheld games going forward.”
WayForward’s first eShop title was the recently released Mighty Switch Force, but prior to that, they made a name for themselves on the DSi with other Mighty titles on the DSiWare service, as well as the platformer Shantae: Risky’s Revenge, based on the character created by WayForward on the Gameboy Color.