October 28, 2011 3:00 PM | Eric Caoili
The fellows at Tribute Games have revealed that its first game Wizorb, the highly recommended 16-bit-style breakout/RPG hybrid on Xbox Live Indie Games, will release for Windows PCs on November 7 through digital distribution platform GamersGate.
This version will support gamepad, keyboard, and mouse controls, with the last purportedly feeling "more natural than an analog stick for controlling the paddle". Tribute says mouse controls make Wizorb rely more on reflexes and make it "a tad easier".
For those of you who turn your heads at the mention of Windows, the indie developer says Mac and Linux ports are "also in the works." The team has also previously said it's considering smartphone releases. This thing needs to be on every device ever!