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Test Tube Titans which released back in March has you create and mutate massive unwieldy creatures, and now there's a sort-of demo you can try.

One of the big parts of Test Tube Titans is the control system. It's clumsy, with per-limb control so everythings that little bit harder than it would be normally. Control each foot as you attempt to walk around and destroy everything. I personally found it to be a huge amount of fun though!

With the release of the standalone Test Tube Titans: Taster Trial, you can have a go at creating any kind of Titan you wish in the Creative mode and then sending it out in the included level to cause chaos. It also has co-op support for this, plus a PvP wrestling mode to have fun with someone in local multiplayer. It acts as a really good taster.

Honestly I think it's an absolute riot when played with someone else together. Both the co-op and PvP are a huge amount of fun. The majority of my time in the full game has been in solo where it's also very fun as you work through the campaign.

You can try out the Test Tube Titans: Taster Trial on and Steam.

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