The first 20 minutes of the Astroloco: Worst Contact demo involve several moon-sized space trains, a shockingly enjoyable tutorial to point-and-click adventuring, picking up space garbage from space platforms, playing as both a male and a female space person, solving one elaborate tactical puzzle, fixing a definitely vintage and supposedly sentient game console, at least two plot-setting conversations and a mildly irritating boss. If that sounds like fun, well, both the Astroloco demo and, from what little I've played of an early preview version, the full game should be right up your alley.

And just to make things crystal clear, let me mention that Astroloco is a point-and-click adventure for the PC set in a far future where humans explore and colonise space using ridiculously deadly, moon-sized trains. The game will be released DRM-free on January 31st and will cost $5.99/£3.99.

You can download the demo here (direct link) and, should you feel so inclined, find out more about it over at Steam Greenlight.