2012 was a 'crazy' year for developer Polytron.
Acclaimed Xbox LIVE Arcade adventure puzzler FEZ will be released on additional platforms in 2013, co-creator Phil Fish announced in a post reflecting on 2012 on developer Polytron's website.
"2012 was crazy," wrote Fish.
"2011 was also crazy, but 2012 somehow managed to completely out-crazy it.
"We experienced abyssal lows, but also life-affirming highs. Life-changing highs. Really, really high highs. It took everything but we shipped the fucking thing. And it was a success.
"It didn't break any records, but it made more than enough to let me keep doing what I do. So I'm afraid you're stuck with me for a little while longer.
"Even though the game came out some 9-ish months ago now, I don't feel like any of it has really sunken in yet. Between the game and the documentary, too much happened. Too much to process. I feel like I learned something, but I don't know exactly what it is yet. Keep your mouth shut maybe?
"Between Sundance, IGTM, winning the IGF, becoming a notorious racist, the game coming out, the patch incident, becoming a notorious asshole, travelling the world, battling a brutal post-partum depression and finding love, my ears are still ringing."
He added: "2013 is going to be an interesting one, too.
"For one, FEZ will finally be ported to other platforms.
"Yes, I've heard you, dozens of people emailing me everyday telling me how much of an idiot I am for not porting FEZ to everything."
And beyond porting FEZ to additional platforms the future could hold anything for Fish and Polytron.
"We also have some exciting plans for the soundtrack, and something about a US branch? Wrote Fish.
"Beyond that however, the future is uncertain for Polytron.
"It's just me now. I could do anything with this company, but I don't know what yet."