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Papercraft shark game Derrick the Deathfin surfaces on PC and Mac

The origami killer.

The previously PSN-exclusive papercraft shark-based action game Derrick the Deathfin has swum onto PC and Mac where it's $7.99 / €6.99. This is on par with the PS3 version's standard price, though it's on sale for £4.25 on PSN until tomorrow.

Developed by Different Tuna, Derrick the Deathfin follows an angry shark who can't stop eating, partially to cope with his parents' death. But mostly because he's a shark and that's what sharks do. The game covers 32 levels where Derrick must race against the clock, collect diamonds, fight other underwater predators, and solve puzzles.

Derrick the Deathfin is currently up on Steam Greenlight and Different Tuna's Gordon Midwood noted that everyone who buys the game on the official site will also receive a Steam key if the game gets greenlit.

Check out some gameplay footage and learn a little about what goes into making a papercraft video game in the Making Of trailer below.

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