DeathSpank and Braid on sale to celebrate the Best of Mac App Store 2011 awards

VANCOUVER – December 14th, 2011 ­– In celebration of earning two awards in the Best of Mac App Store 2011 games, as chosen by Apple, independent games developer Hothead Games is offering Braid and DeathSpank on sale for only $4.99 / £2.99 / €3,99  each for a limited period of time!

Check out the Best of Mac App Store 2011 feature here:

About DeathSpank:

DeathSpank is an action RPG like no other. Play as the eponymous adventurer and serve as hero to the downtrodden, vanquisher of evil, and dispenser of justice! DeathSpank is a hilarious adventure full of violence, sorcery and light opera. No, really!

DeathSpank is available on the Mac App Store here:

About Braid:

Multi award winning Braid is a platform game where you manipulate the flow of time to solve puzzles.  Journey through worlds where time behaves strangely while you enjoy artistic design and unique gameplay.

Braid is published by Hothead Games on the Mac App Store and available here:

About Hothead Games

Hothead Games, headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, is an emotionally secure independent developer and publisher of groundbreaking downloadable titles. Maybe we don’t have a “make your own ice-cream sandwich bar” like some other game companies, but Hothead has brought to life original games such as the scientist-approved DeathSpank and the award-winning Swarm. Hothead is partnering with cool indie studios to bring games like Braid to new platforms and new audiences. We also like to stand near really ugly people so that we appear more attractive ourselves. Check us out at

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