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Drink More Glurp a wacky physics party game

drink more glurp a wacky physics party game for linux mac windows pc

Drink More Glurp a wacky physics party game for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Catastrophic_Overload. Due to release next month by making a debut on Steam.

Yogscast Games and developers Catastrophic_Overload just announced the game. Since it brings a Wacky Physics Sports(-ish) Hotseat Party Game, Drink More Glurp. Due to launch on Linux, Mac and Windows PC on August 6th, 2020.

Drink More Glurp is a physics powered hot seat party game. Taking place on a distant world where aliens have copied Earth’s Summer Games. So of course they get everything slightly wrong. The game puts players in control of their own noodle armed galactic athlete. Since they can run, jump, throw and compete. All while in a “sporting” contest for up to 20(!) local players. Not to mention is a world of competitors via global leaderboards.

Drink More Glurp Launch Trailer

Due to the fact that each arm of the athlete is controlled independently with the controller’s sticks. You can move and grab with each arm… and that’s it. Get competitive with your own playstyles and unique techniques.

After watching Earth TV, Drink More Glurp’s aliens think great competition is all about paid sponsorships. Sponsors have seized control of events and twisted them to fit their brand’s agenda. Creating havoc for the alien athletes and keeping players constantly on their toes. What happens when Gravitol Weightloss lowers the world’s gravity? Or when Electromagnetic Rave gives competitors LASER HANDS?


  • Local multiplayer Party Mode for 2-20 Players
  • Thousands of possible event and sponsor combinations
  • Single player Challenge Mode with online leaderboards and replays
  • Silly physics
  • Now with MORE Glurp

Drink More Glurp wacky physics party game is coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Available August 6th, 2020 for PC and priced $9.99 USD (£7.99, €8.99). Which is probably going to release with a discount. But fortunately, the games now over priced.

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