Indie platformer Toki Tori 2+ will finally see a Steam release on 2nd July, developer Two Tribes has announced.
The game has been renamed with an added '+' to denote the features added since its Wii U release in April 2013.
Included in the PC version are Steam Workshop integration and Achievements.
Notably, it also includes a full level editor - a feature previously promised for the Wii U version and still (at some point) on the cards.
Toki Tori 2's PC version was first announced in October 2011 for launch the following spring.
"Because of the long delays, we strongly feel that we owe the Steam community big time," Two Tribes wrote in a statement passed to Eurogamer. "The game won't be simply a Steam rendition of the Wii U version. Instead we've improved the game play and presentation throughout."
The original Toki Tori recieved an 8/10 from Eurogamer back upon its release in 2002. "[It's] a cutesy platform puzzler with an evil learning curve," Eurogamer's Martin Taylor wrote at the time.