Pocket Gamer reports that Lucas Pope, the indie developer of the recently released game Papers, Please, is looking to port the title to the iPad. However, Pope said that he is concerned about Apple's approval system and hopes the game can make it through the process as it touches on a few sensitive issues, such as suicide bombings and nudity.
Pope also mentioned to Pocket Gamer that "the first move will be to put the game in the Mac App Store and see how it goes. If it makes it through that review, then I'll feel more confident about an iOS App Store approval".
Papers, Please features a rather dark setting as you take the role of an immigration inspector on the border of Arstotzka. It's your job to approve or deny visitors by viewing their paperwork, making sure that those with invalid credentials are stopped.
Below you'll find the trailer to the PC version of the game.