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Submitted by TBD 639d ago | interview

Exploring Armello: an interview with Trent Kusters

Eeoor at Player Attack writes: “Great heroes carry the journey’s burdens, not on their shoulders, but in their hearts.” So begins the debut trailer for League of Geeks’ Armello. Stirring music builds. Next, a bloodied sword. Then a wolf stands upright, wielding the weapon, and I’m immediately transported to my childhood love of the universe of Redwall. The trailer only gets better and by the end, I’m desperate for a chance to play the game. Unfortunately, we will be waiting a while to see anything more, but I was fortunate enough to be shown the trailer by one of its creators - Trent Kusters - and to interview him afterwards. (Armello, Casual games, Culture, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC)

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