To give you a sense of how long Mark Essen has been working on Nidhogg, I'll tell you that he was the first ever profile for Kill Screen and was featured in issue #1.
That was more than four years ago and since then Essen has left NYC, moved to LA, toured Nidhogg nearly non-stop, and tapped fellow button-maestro Daedelus to score the project. It finally settled on PC, and this weekend, Essen announced on Twitter, that the fencing masterpiece would be coming to Mac. We can all sleep easy now.
Just in time for his MoCA TV profile.