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They Bleed Pixels heading to Steam


5:00 AM on 08.09.2012



Have you been wondering what's going on with They Bleed Pixels? Well wonder no more! Developer Spooky Squid Games has announced they're bringing the game to PC through Steam. The original plan was to release on Xbox Live's Indie Games channel. The move to Steam was done thanks to the urging of fans and other game developers that felt the game deserved "a larger audience."

Now all we need is an actual release date, but in the mean time here's a new trailer showing off a ton of blood and pixels.








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