Back in October, PlayStation Network got a neat-looking arcade-style game called Derrick the Deathfinthat seemed to go under a lot of radars. I was hoping to see it release and do really well on Steam, but that hasn't happened quite yet. This really should happen, though!
While we wait for Derrick to gain a following on Steam Greenlight, the game has become available for Windows and Mac via the Humble Store. $7.99 gets you DRM-free access to downloadable copies for these two platforms.
As someone who loves games set underwater -- well, most of them -- and the papercraft aesthetic on display here, this is going to require further investigation. For what it's worth, co-creator Gordon Midwood seems like a stand-up fellow.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Derrick the Deathfin