Starting today, Yooka-Laylee backers who opted for tiers that included the "Toybox" will receive codes via BackerKit.
As detailed on Yooka-Laylee's Kickstarter campaign page, the Toybox isn't a traditional demo or beta test. Rather it's a self-contained sandbox designed to give backers a glimpse of the platforming to come in the final build of the game.
Inside the sandbox, backers will find moves to try out, props to experiment with, secrets to uncover, and - since this is a Playtonic game - plenty of shiny collectibles to find. Playtonic plans to gather feedback from backers on controls, camera, and movement.
The Toybox will be playable via Steam. Instructions and system requirements can be found via Playtonic's website here.
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