Shadowrun Online isn't just heading to tablets, smartphones, and computers, it seems. This morning, developer Cliffhanger Productions announced the game as coming to the Ouya, as well as Linux-based systems. Cliffhanger co-founder Michael Paeck is all about the news, saying, "Adding these platforms will make Shadowrun an even better cross-platform experience!"
Beyond allowing more players to get their Shadowrunning on, Paeck explains the cloud-based functionality that'll allow players to "play the game on your tablet, switch to your desktop PC, and then later enjoy it on your Ouya-connected TV – without ever having to switch your account or characters or suffer from restrictions based on your device!"
Of course, Shadowrun Online is still well behind in its targeted Kickstarter funding goal wth less than two weeks remaining. So, despite its new support for Ouya, it stands to reason that the Shadowrun MMO won't launch for any platform if Cliffhanger's $500,000 goal is not met.