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An Adventure Game That Lets You Explore Ruins As A Wolf

Lost Ember is an upcoming indie game from a wolf’s perspective. Marvelously, that wolf can possess other animals as a way of exploring the ruins of the imaginary Machu Kila. It looks to be a gorgeous adventure title that, as of yesterday, is raising funds on Kickstarter. Read more...
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