Bad Yolk Games’ creative contraption sandbox game readies itself for a new closed beta ahead of a mid-April launch into Steam Early Access.

Friday, 7th February 2020 – Team17 and Bad Yolk Games have today opened the doors to a new closed beta for upcoming creative sandbox PC title, Main Assembly. The latest beta for the game, which gives players the chance to craft any robot or contraption from simple bikes to eight-legged robots, drag cars to raceable washing machines, and simple gliders to planes, runs for two weeks from Friday 14th February, ending on the 28th February. Beta signups can be completed by visiting the official site, with keys distributed on the 14th and 21st February. Main Assembly will then launch into Steam Early Access on 16th April.

Watch the freshly built beta trailer now:

Main Assembly key features:

  • Freeform crafting: Construct any robot or contraption you can imagine – with no constraints!
  • Solo & multiplayer sandbox gameplay: Work individually or with others online; share your inventions and enjoy endless gameplay possibilities
  • Power visual programming: Harness the power of Main Assembly’s visual programming language to set up unique controls for creations, and even automate them
  • Advanced physics: Experience aerodynamics and robot destruction; fly, drift, and destroy your creations

Further information on Main Assembly can be found on the game’s Steam page.

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