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Submitted by GamerEuphoria 2147d ago | news

Team Behind Machinarium Hard at Work on Feature Length

The team behind one of the best point-and-click adventure games ever made recently announced their involvement in puppet-live action crossover, "Kooky´s Return" (Kuky se vrací in its native Czech).

Official press release:

"Kooky´s Return (Kuky se vrací) is a combined puppet and live action
feature based on a child's fantasy. A seven year old boy whose teddy
bear Kooky has been thrown away wonders what his toy is up to in the big
world out there, imagining Kooky as he tries to find his way back home.
The film was written and directed by Czech Oskar winning director Jan
Sverák and production design was created by Jakub Dvorský (Amanita
Design). Coming in May 2010." (Dev, Machinarium, PC)

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