The Copenhagen Game Collective's 2011 IGF Nuovo finalist game Brutally Unfair Tactics Totally OK Now, or B.U.T.T.O.N., is now available on Xbox Live Indie Games for you to download and play with up to seven friends.

The one-button party game is split into rounds, during which players must set their controllers down and take six steps back. They're then instructed to complete a physical task (e.g. "Lie on the floor) followed by a micro-challenge (e.g. "Any player whose button is pressed loses").

IGF's Nuovo Jury explained B.U.T.T.O.N.'s nomination:

"B.U.T.T.O.N.'s raucous approach to essentially controller-less play (bar its titular set of buttons) was praised for going 'programmatically in the opposite direction' of the wider industry's take on motion controls like Kinect, Move and the Wii, which 'aspire to control and discipline your movement,' and was called 'one of the few titles here that potentially introduce a new kind of gameplay instead of adding a new twist to existing forms.'"

You can buy B.U.T.T.O.N. for just 80 MS Points or try out a free demo on Xbox Live Indie Games right now. It will release for PC soon.