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Want to be the monster? CARRION [Official Site], from the BUTCHER developer will give you that chance and it looks delightfully disturbing.

Originally announced back near the end of February, which we somehow missed, CARRION sees you assume the role of an amorphous alien being. They've just release put up a new alpha video showing off some more gross gameplay:

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There's no set release date for it yet, but like with their previous game they've already confirmed that a Linux version will be available.

I think it looks pretty good already, with some impressive amounts of blood and gore available and the sound effects too—so gross! I've seen plenty of extreme games in my time, but this is something rather special…

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riusma 5 Mar, 2018
Looks good! :)
Ehvis 5 Mar, 2018
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That is some excellent use of pixel graphics.
Cyril 5 Mar, 2018
This looks terrifying and violent, i love it! Bloody as Butcher.
razing32 5 Mar, 2018
Somebody liked The Thing it seems.
lucifertdark 5 Mar, 2018
WOW! it reminds me a lot of the alien from the movie The Thing, I want it, I want it now!!!
TheSHEEEP 5 Mar, 2018
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That looks pretty awesome.
Tchey 5 Mar, 2018
Hard to tell if the movements are nice to play with from a video, but it seems nice. If it's not stupidly hard and fast paced, it could be great. Love the settings.
dpanter 5 Mar, 2018
Looks very promising, here's hoping for good control schemes.
Happily reminded me of The Dweller.
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