Indie developer Minority Media today announced that its acclaimed adventure game Papo & Yo is now available for PC through Steam, Amazon and other direct download platforms.

Originally released in 2012 for PlayStation Network, Papo & Yo follows the adventures of Quico, a boy who lives in the Favelas in South America, and his best friend and protector Monster, a large beast that loves Quico. Monster is addicted to eating poisonous frogs, and every time he does he turns into an angry, violent beast. It’s up to Quico to figure out how to harness Monster’s various abilities in order to find a cure for his addiction.

The new and enhanced PC version features improvements to the game’s graphics, controls, cinematics, and character animation, and adds Steam Big Picture Mode and multi-monitor support.

Starting today through April 28, Papo & Yo can be downloaded for PC for $13.50, a ten percent discount off of the game’s official price of $14.99. To purchase the new PC version from one of Minority’s publishing partners, you can visit: