Singles demo, patch and online distribution

Download, rip its clothes off, then patch it to avoid premature ejection... (What?)

Fans and potential fans of virtual fornication are bound to find something interesting on the Internet this week thanks to a Singles demo, 1.4 patch, and news of an online distribution deal which allows you to pick up the entire game online for £16.99.

The demo can be had from the official website right now, and thanks to one of those clever (or evil, depending on your view) Digital Rights Management dealies, the first hour is free, after which you can either give up or buy the rest of the game via credit or debit card.

It's all thanks to an agreement between Eidos and the game's publisher Deep Silver, with technology laid on by Britsoft firm Softwrap, but we won't bore you with the details.

And if you're already a proud owner of Singles, you can also download a patch correcting various issues that happened to sneak in along the way. We're pleased to hear, for instance, that showering now takes just as long as having a bath.

For more on Singles, feel free to refer to our previous coverage, where the game was completely "stripped bare". Or something.

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