Toki Tori started life as a GBA game which evolved into a well received Wii Ware iPhone title and has now found itself a place on PC.
As the PC version was only released in January, I was surprised to see Steam's price of £3.49 considering the quality and quantity of play that the game offers. However, at its current sale price of less than £2 it's an absolutely eggscellent (ok, ok, I'll stop!) bargain and one that I would recommend anyone take advantage of.
Toki is the only escapee of a mass egg-napping and after hatching alone, sets off to recover his shell-bound brothers and sisters. Toki Tori is a puzzle game disguised as a platformer in which you need to guide your chubby little chicken protagonist through various levels freeing his egg chums and using a set range of tools to overcome the obstacles in his way. There are four different zones to explore and around 120 levels so you are not getting a mini game despite the price.
Considering it costs less than a handful of Creme Eggs, I downloaded Toki Tori myself and so far it's been a pretty great investment. Elsewhere it has raked in pretty much universal high scores with many critics giving it scores in the 90% and above range. The graphics are bright, cheerful and charming with fun cartoony music to match but its aesthetic does not equate to a childish difficulty level. In fact some of the higher levels can be very challenging and you may find yourself grateful for your "wild card" which allows you to skip a stage and progress straight to the next.
Its new Steam incarnation allows you to pick up 31 Steam achievements and offers Steam cloud and controller support.