Hotline Miami, Dennaton Games' bloody, retro-styled shooter, is now available now on Mac through Steam, according to the game's listing on Valve's digital distribution service.
The $9.99 game's Mac port had long been listed as coming "out soon" on the Steam page, beginning as far back as November 2012 when it was patched to add Xbox 360 controller support and a bonus stage. The Mac version did not ship with controller support.
In February, publisher Devolver Digital announced that the game would be ported to PlayStation 3 and Vita this spring. For more on Hotline Miami, be sure to check out Polygon's review of its original Windows incarnation.
We've reached out to the developer to see if the bonus stage made the transition or controller support is planned for a future update and will update this article with more information as we receive it.
Update: Hotline Miami's official Twitter account responded with the following:
@dptach The "Highballer" bonus stage from Fantastic Arcade is in there, controller support is planned but TBD on timing. Linux too. :P— Hotline Miami (@HotlineMiami) March 19, 2013
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