The PlayStation 3 game Dyad, will be available for Windows PC users on April 24th, the games creator Shawn McGrath has announced.
Dyad developer Shawn McGrath posted a YouTube video of him along with a tweet announcing the games release for April 24, admitting that although he originally said the game would be available in March, "he lied... I had a kid and they are a lot of work."
The Steam release of this mind-bending racing/shooter/puzzle game was leaked earlier this year after a public version of the Steam Database was unveiled by a NeoGAF forum member.
Dyad originally launched on PS3 in July 2012 and the Windows PC counterpart will include all the same content, says McGrath. Dyadgame.com describes the game as a, "blast through a reactive audio-visual tube creating a harmonious synthesis of color and sound as you hook, graze, and lance enemies to master Dyad's 27 unique levels.
The only difference in content is the Platinum Trophy available in the games Trophy Mode.
Users who want to pre-order the game will receive a 20 percent discount and the game will be 10 percent off in the first week after launch.
You can watch the full announcement video below.