Of course, the original version of Pitman, as an entry for the 7 Day Roguelike Challenge and named "Pitman Krumb" back then, already was for PC only; but this didn't really matter, as the basis for the new Pitman was the iOS version. This brought some minor problems with the interface and the handling, but eventually we could port the game.
Now there are four platforms in the internet where Pitman for Windows can be bought: Desura, Indievania, IndieCity, LittleIndie. If you want to play the game on Mac, you will have to rely on Desura; although Mac support is promised by all the other platforms, too - sooner or later.
The game costs $2.99, or €2.49, or £1.99, but we might change that price later. If you are not sure if Pitman really is worth this huge amount of money, you can give it a testdrive via the demo version on Kongregate beforehand, or just sit back and watch the gameplay video Jana made, right here!
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