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The developers of the game have [http://www.ftlgame.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1784#p5897 stated] that there are no official plans to pursue an Android, WinRT or iOS port of the game yet.<ref>http://www.ftlgame.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1784#p5897</ref>
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On November 12, 2013, the developers announced an update called "FTL: Advanced Edition." <ref>http://www.ftlgame.com/?p=598</ref>
  
From the official FAQ:
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"We’re also very excited to announce that FTL is coming to the iPad! We’ve redesigned the FTL interface to be optimal for touch devices. It plays beautifully on both the full size iPads (2nd generation or later) and the iPad minis. And of course it will include all of the new additions of the FTL: Advanced Edition expansion.
"Will there be an iOS/Android port?
 
 
 
We’re currently looking into it and hope it will happen!"<ref>http://www.ftlgame.com/?page_id=192</ref>
 
  
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"But many of you might be asking 'What about Android (or Surface, etc.)!?' For now, the answer is that we hope to get it on all tablet devices but do not know for sure... Expanding tablet support will be our next highest priority, but we don’t want to make any promises (or rejections) until we’re 100% sure of the outcome."
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:53, 8 December 2013

Technical help
Borderless fulscreen windowed
Cloud save game syncing
Hotkeys
Portable USB
System requirements
Tablet port

On November 12, 2013, the developers announced an update called "FTL: Advanced Edition." [1]

"We’re also very excited to announce that FTL is coming to the iPad! We’ve redesigned the FTL interface to be optimal for touch devices. It plays beautifully on both the full size iPads (2nd generation or later) and the iPad minis. And of course it will include all of the new additions of the FTL: Advanced Edition expansion.

"But many of you might be asking 'What about Android (or Surface, etc.)!?' For now, the answer is that we hope to get it on all tablet devices but do not know for sure... Expanding tablet support will be our next highest priority, but we don’t want to make any promises (or rejections) until we’re 100% sure of the outcome."

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