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Submitted by GregMicek 311d ago | article

World Design in A Story About My Uncle – Who Doesn’t Want to Live in a Floating City?

Suzanne Verras writes: "I have a thing for cities in weird places. Maybe it’s, because I watched a lot of fantasy and sci-fi movies when I was a kid. I grew up with Star Wars and Lord of The Rings and also The Matrix. Underwater towns, villages in trees, cities in caves and even floating cities, I loved them all. A Story About My Uncle has its own share of inventive towns which you definitely have to see." (A Story About My Uncle, PC)

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