A 434Mb demo of Artificial Studios' Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia has crept onto Xbox Live.
Epic's Unreal Engine 3 beats away at the heart of the top-down shooter, which finds a group of teenagers battling supernatural monsters in a slice of typical small-town America. It's all presented in B-movie style, with a tongue-in-cheek approach to the horror invasion.
The full game is due out next month, and comes complete with co-op and competitive multiplayer modes that support up to four players.
April 12, 2007