Cuphead Launched for MAC with a New Animated Trailer


After over a year after Cuphead’s release on Xbox One and PC, Studio MDHR has now launched the Cuphead into the MAC computers. There is also a new animated trailer along with its launch, and limited time offer for a discount.

Cuphead is a run-and-gun game platform was developed by Studio MDHR, an Oakville, Ontario-based indie developer. This game was previously exclusive on Xbox One and PC, and before its launch in September 2017, Studio MDHR has been promising for its Mac port. But this longtime promise only happened now.

The developer is also offering a 20 percent discount for a limited amount of time. The Mac version of the game can be purchased through GOG or Steam for only $17.59 CAD (regular $21.99), and this offer is only available until October 22.

Aside from the great offer, Studio MDHR has also released a Cuphead animated short entitled as ‘Crisp Apples.’ The short video features both Cuphead, Mugman, and a fresh character with an apple for a head. As we can see from the video, this apple-headed character freaks out as he encountered Cuphead and Mugman while they are eating apples. This video will surely remind how great this game is.

According to Cuphead’s Steam page, this MAC version will require you a minimum spec of Mac OS X 10.9x, an i5 processor, 4GB RAM, an Intel HD Graphics 4000 GPU, and 20GB of hard drive space. But if you don’t own a MAC and you still want to experience this game, don’t forget that it is now available on Xbox One, and PC via Steam, Windows Store, and GoG.

Considering that it is still new in MAC platform, we can still expect some bug, glitches, or areas that might need some improvement. So stay tuned with TechnoCodex and we will bring you its latest updates.

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