Super Puzzle Platformer Deluxe,
a crazy mix of Tetris
and Mega Man
created by developer Andrew Morrish and published by Adult Swim, comes to Steam later today. The project started as a Flash game (playable for free
) in which you shoot groups of blocks that fall from above.
The "Deluxe" part is new, with the game having evolved to include eight different characters, six worlds, and local head-to-head multiplayer. Full controller support is also included, so you can play SPPD
through Steam's Big Picture mode.
Super Puzzle Platformer Deluxe
is regularly priced at $7.99, though it'll be 25 percent off at launch. To celebrate, Adult Swim's also having a half-off sale on its first Steam release, Super House of Dead Ninjas
, next Tuesday, May 28.