Llamasoft has announced that Gridrunner Revolution is now on sale at www.llamasoft.co.uk.

As you might imagine, it's a fancy update to the 1982 classic of half the same name, combining designer Jeff Minter's three favourite things: excellent shoot-'em-up mechanics, psychedelic procedural graphics and sheep.

The full game costs $20 but there's also a demo available from the same site.

Look out for our Gridrunner Revolution review very soon, and check out our Jeff Minter interview from late last year for more on what the jolly old fellow is up to.

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