Guns 'n Roses are coming back, retro design is somehow relevant again and now free demo's are also back. If I didn't know what calendars are I would be convinced that this was still the 90s.
Starting today, you can give Coldwood Interactive's charming physics-based puzzle platformer featuring the adorable hero made of yarn Unravel a go before you buy it. The very first level of the game can be downloaded and tried out by anyone who owns an Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Microsoft Windows PC via the Origin app.
While Xbox One owners and PC players will be able to play the demo for a total of 10 hours (not unlike the other demos on Origin and their paid EA Access service) but players on the PlayStation 4 will have unlimited access to the first level.
Unravel is a unique physics-based puzzle platformer centered around a tiny, endearing character named Yarny. Small in size, but big in heart, Yarny is a positive force in a world filled with life’s challenges. As Yarny’s adventure unfolds, players will unlock a heartfelt story about love and longing, and the ties that bind, with Yarny as the red thread that runs through it all.
The interesting thing is that this comes in a time where free demos are all but a thing of the past (who remembers those cd-roms you got with certain games magazines in the 90s? Those were ace.) so one might wonder what's changed to bring them back now. Still, free stuff is nothing to sneeze at!
Pretty cool they're giving prospective buyers a way to try out the game without resorting to more . . . illegitimate ways of trying before buying. I still need to play this game so this makes it all the easier to jump in and give it a go before committing to it.