Disney has added its library of games to Steam, including the previously cancelled PC version of Epic Mickey 2. Which is a Warren Spector game, lest we forget.
Epic Mickey 2 was originally set for a PC release last year, but Disney pulled the plug on the project back in January 2013 after disappointing console sales.
Epic Mickey 2 is a co-op action platformer that players control Mickey Mouse or his buddy Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, using a magical paintbrush and a remote control respectively to solve a bunch of physics-based puzzles. It was developed by Disney's Junction Point studio, with industry legend Warren Spector somewhat surprisingly acting as project lead.
Now it's re-emerged as part of a 20-game Disney collection just uploaded to Valve's online retail platform. There's a special sale to mark the launch that offers 10% off each game in the collection. Other notable titles include action-packed racer Split/Second and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean.