Wrassling lets you take on friends and family with new multiplayer update
More silly physics games should be multiplayer.
Half the fun of QWOP, Octodad, I Am Bread and other games of its ilk is watching others play, so why keep it single-player to begin with?
Colin Lane must have asked himself the same thing when he decided to add the much-anticipated multiplayer update to Wrassling.
The new update brings local multiplayer to the colorful and comedic wrestling sim.
With buttons on both sides, it's probably easiest to play on a tablet.
Then again, maybe the difficulty trying to wrassle on a small screen would add more awkward fun.
The update also lets you change the color of your Wrassler, and pause the game during matches.