IGF finalist Eufloria (formerly Dyson) releases on Steam and other major outlets like Direct2Drive tomorrow, and in preparation for the "ambient real-time strategy game's" debut, developers Rudolf Kremers and Alex May have released a new trailer and demo for the title.

Aside from its name change, the game has changed much from its free IGF release, now featuring new play modes, unit types, AI, and more. This commercial edition also has a new user interface and a soundtrack with over two hours of music composed by Brian "Milieu" Grainger.

You can download the demo from Eufloria's official site. If you decide to pick up the game, there's still time to get a 25 percent discount by preordering on Steam, too.

[Via IndieGames]