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Stealth Bastard Deluxe now available on Mac and Linux, all versions half price for a week

Stealth Bastard Deluxe, the pixelated puzzle-platformer from London-based Curve Studios, launched today on Mac and Linux, and those versions as well as the Windows version are on sale for half price to mark the occasion.

Stealth Bastard Deluxe was released on PC last November. It is an enhanced version of the original Stealth Bastard: Tactical Espionage Arsehole, which Curve released for free in November 2011. The studio has also ported the "Teleporter Chambers" DLC pack for Stealth Bastard Deluxe to Mac and Linux.

"We had so many requests for the game to come to Mac and Linux since its launch that we just had to do something about it," said Jonathan Biddle, the creator of Stealth Bastard, in a press release today. "Since the original free version was PC-only, this will be the first chance that Mac and Linux players will have had to jump in. I'm really happy to finally be able to make players swear out loud on these platforms too."

Curve is porting Stealth Bastard Deluxe to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, where it will be called Stealth Inc. - A Clone in the Dark. Those versions of the game are set for release this summer.

The PC, Mac and Linux versions of Stealth Bastard Deluxe cost $9.99 in North America, £6.99 in the U.K. and €8.99 in Europe, but from today through May 6, they'll be discounted on Steam along with the game's soundtrack by 50 percent. You can check out the game's Steam page here.

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