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Hands-On Preview: Luminesca [eGamer]

eGamer writes: "I was taking a little look at what’s happening in the indie scene when I stumbled across a very interesting project called Luminesca, an artistic underwater exploration indie game currently in development primarily by Matt Glanville. After expressing interest in the game and having a very brief chat with the developer, he was extremely generous to give me access to the early, work-in-progress build of the game without me so much as asking for it. You can imagine that I was really grateful for it, and I enthusiastically took the opportunity to download the game and play through the content so far." (Indie, Luminesca, PC)

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