Are you looking for a game you can play co-op, but you simply hate people? You're in luck! Today Defrost Games released Project Temporality, a singleplayer co-op puzzle platformer. While this isn't the first time I've seen this mechanic, this is the first time I've seen it where you are actively trying to use multiples of yourself, and I do mean multiples. The trailer shows upwards of 6 to 8 copies being made to solve one puzzle, so it's going to get crowded on them there stages. There ain't room in this town for the two of us, but that's mostly because there's already ten of me here.
Project Temporality is available today on Windows PC for $14.00 via Desura.com, a game distribution platform I haven't heard of before. The game has been greenit for Steam though, so if you're interested in getting down with your bad self, you can just wait until the game heads over there. You'll find the launch trailer after the jump. You might even find a copy of yourself there already watching it, you never know.