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John McCarroll
Cthulhu Saves The World Drops Price, Sees New Platforms
A fantastic indie game becomes even more affordable.
01.04.12 - 5:54 PM

Zeboyd Games' Cthulhu Saves The World just had its first birthday. Originally released on December 30, 2010 for Xbox Live Indie Games, it's since seen a big release on Steam and the developers have been pegged for the third Penny Arcade game. To celebrate their baby's birthday, Zeboyd Games has dropped the price of the XBLIG version of the title to 80 MSP ($1).

On top of that, Zeboyd Games has teamed up with Tinkerhouse Games to port the title to iOS, Android, and Mac platforms. Details will be forthcoming at a future date.

From Robert Boyd, "It still boggles my mind that a random thought of mine while I was waiting for an appointment one day – hey, wouldn’t it be funny if Cthulhu was a hero in a Japanese-style RPG – is now an actual game that people are playing and enjoying. With this new price drop on XBLIG and the game coming to new platforms later this year, I hope even more people will be able to experience the weird adventures of Cthulhu, his own personal fangirl Umi, and the rest."


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