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Submitted by -Mezzo- 516d ago | article

The Realm, Kickstarter and the joy and fear of game development

Guardian - Now reaching the end of its Kickstarter appeal, Atomhawk's The Realm, is a visually stunning adventure game, set in a future England now re-taken by nature. A young girl named Sarina sets out from her village to find a cure for her sick mother, encountering and befriending a gigantic stone golem on the way. Originally conceived as an experimental side-project, the beautiful artwork soon started generating interest online – encouraging the development team to consider an official release. (Culture)

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