"The editor runs on PC's and Macs," Weisman added. "The easiest way to consume and spread would be through the Steam portal, but it's not locked in. You can spread content however you want. For the tablets, what we're thinking we're probably going to end up doing is, on a regular basis, gathering a 'best-of' and bundling it up for distribution on the tablets."
What about the content created on PC and Mac? Can any of that be shared with a tablet version of Shadowrun Returns? Weisman rules that out for the moment, indicating that there's a matter of working with distributors. However, he does offer some hope for the future.
"We're still working that out, with how it's going to work out with the different app stores," said Weisman. "So right now, we're not able to say 'Yes, you'll be able to move your content directly to tablets.' The safest thing we can say at the moment is that we'll grab these and publish them in bundles to tablets, but that'd be an editorial process we'd be doing. Long-term, we hope that we can get a mechanism where you can move stuff as easily as you can on the PC, but there's a lot to navigate there, both on the back end and on the app stores, with the different rules and regulations of the tablets."
Shadowrun Returns' level editor