tinyBuild Games Brings Five New Demos to Steam Next Fest

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tinyBuild Games has joined the October Steam Next Fest. The event is a celebration of upcoming games that will of course arrive on Steam. Alongside this announcement, tinyBuild has released a new trailer.

The event features more than 700 new demos that fans can play entirely free through October 7th at 10:00 am PT. During this time period, many of the developers will be live streaming their games at various times. tinyBuild themselves have announced five new demos of their games that you can try out during this time as well.

 

The first of tinyBuild’s five new demos you can play is SpiderHeck, a 2D, physics-based fighter. It features local multiplayer, PVP, and also parkour.

Next up is a 2D pixel art roguelike, called Undungeon, which includes a deep story.

The third new tinyBuild demo is Trash Sailors, a sailing simulator with co-op play for up to four players locally, as well as online play.

There is also a single-player, first-person, isometric puzzle adventure called The Bookwalker. You are a thief who can dive into books, and you must use this power to steal famous objects like Excalibur to serve your clients. This will eventually help you regain your ability to write again.

The fifth and final new demo is a single-player resource management and simulation game called Startup Panic. Start as a bedroom programmer, survive the tech bubble, and grow your business to compete with rival CEOs.

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