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Walkabout Preview: Gotland Will Turn Your World Upside Down [Dealspwn]

Dealspwn.com previews an incredible unique indie title that has the potential to raise the bar for tablet gaming.

Dealspwn writes: "It's extremely impressive when indie developers create incredible works of art that rival the biggest and best games around in terms of scope, polish and pure imagination. And it's absolutely humbling when they're university students. A team of second year students from the presigious game design course at Gotland University, Sweden, are designing what could quite frankly be the most impressive mobile/tablet game since Angry Birds - and what's more, it's shaping up to be a bona fide work of art.

The project's name is Walkabout, from fledgeling student studio Lucid Dreams. Look upon their works, ye mighty yet artistically bankrupt AAA publishers, and despair! Or better yet: pay attention." (Android, iPad, Walkabout [working title])

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