Papo and Yo is finally making the jump to PC and, starting today, anyone who pre-orders the game from various direct download platforms will also net themselves a free copy of the game’s upcoming original soundtrack.

Papo and Yo originally launched exclusively through the PlayStation Network as part of Sony’s Pub Fund to help independent developers create their unique and inspiring games. Now that the exclusivity period has ended, it’s time for Papo and Yo to spread its wings and fly to other platforms like Steam and Amazon. You can find a list of all sites to pre-order the PC version of Papo and Yo from on the developer’s official website.

From now until April 18, a pre-order of the game will net buyers a 10 percent discount on the $14.99 price tag. That pre-order will also earn a free copy of the game’s soundtrack, composed by Brian D’Oliveira, which is set to release on iTunes later this month for $5.99.

Papo and Yo has received widespread critical acclaim from mainstream media and a huge outpouring of deeply personal fan mail from all over the globe,” reads a statement from developer Minority Media. “Upgrades to Papo and Yo’s PC release include improved graphics and visual effects, improved controls, improved character animation and cinematics, more robust gameplay, full controller support for Steam Big Picture mode and multi-monitor support for a fantastic new player experience.”

You can get in your preorders for the PC version of Papo and Yo starting now and look for the game to release on April 18.

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