Four years after its appearance as one of the first Xbox Live Summer of Arcade games, four-player brawler Castle Crashers has finally made its way to Steam. In other indie news for the PC gaming marketplace, rapid-fire adventure game McPixel earlier this week became the first Steam Greenlight title to be put up for sale, according to creator Sos Sosowski's Twitter account.
Castle Crashers brings its online and offline cooperative play for $15, and McPixel's WarioWare-inspired frenetic point-and-clickery costs $5. Gamers who need to catch up on indie games featuring ample toilet humor can now snag both in the same place.
But no, this does not mean The Behemoth's long-in-development BattleBlock Theater is coming out yet.