Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, one of the best-received Vita launch games, is now a Steam game, where it'll presumably meet with another warm reception.
The new PC version includes Steam achievements, cloud saves, and leaderboards, and several new, more substantial changes. Those include new minigame levels, higher-resolution graphics, and "new hidden references and bad jokes."
For its first week on Steam, developer Drinkbox Studios has discounted the game by 10%. You too can be Attacked by Mutant Blobs for just $7.19.
Indie Developer, DrinkBox Studios celebrates release with sale price, launch trailer, and screens
Today we are pleased to announce that indie developer DrinkBox Studios has released Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack on Steam for PC .
Having launched earlier this year on the PlayStation®Vita to critical acclaim, Mutant Blobs Attack has now hit Steam with new features and custom content. In celebration, to sweeten the deal, DrinkBox Studios has opted to put Mutant Blobs Attack on sale for only $7.19 during its first week on Steam, 10% off its normal price! That's one heck of a lot of blob for your gaming buck!
To accompany the game's release, a new Mutant Blobs Attack Steam Launch Trailer and 20 new HD screenshots have been uploaded to the "DrinkBox Studios" folder on the MMPR press center.
Steam Launch Trailer on YouTube: http://youtu.be/lNrd32e64Fg
Mutant Blobs Attack Steam Page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/206370
The Steam for PC version of Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack features:
Support for Steam Achievements, Steam Cloud Saves and Steam Leaderboards
Updated mini-game bonus levels crafted specifically for PC
Support for Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows and/or Keyboard-and-mouse controls
New ultra-glorious high resolution art
A wide range of environments: everything from a frat house to a metropolis
Growth throughout levels that provides players with a constantly changing perspective on the in-game world
Challenging puzzles mixed into the mayhem
New hidden references and bad jokes