Tiny Brains is a 3D puzzle/platformer game that lets up to four people play together via co-op. Overall the game has a lot of humor behind it, and it definitely looks quite fun.
You can choose from one of four of the creatures that have unique powers, due to their being experimented on in a laboratory. The bat can use his voice to push things around, the rabbit has electric powers that can pull things towards him, the hamster can create ice blocks out of nothing, and finally the mouse can instantly switch places with an object at will.
The game allows for up to four players to simultaneously play together cooperatively, but what happens if you don’t have friends nearby to play locally? Tiny Brains has drop in/out online multiplayer, and it also has a single player mode in which levels change and react to your choices, making puzzles possible to solve with one character.
You can check out the awesome teaser trailer below:
Unfortunately, the game was scheduled for release on the 26th, but has since been pushed back to December 3rd, which brings it closer to its Steam release, which is on December 18th.