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Capybara's next iPhone project looks very intriguing


7:00 PM on 12.02.2009



Capybara Games, the creative minds who brought us the lovable but gross Critter Crunch, are going back to iPhone development for their next project. It's a collaboration between them, Superbrothers, and Jim Guthrie of some sort.

I'm sticking with the vague descriptors here for a reason -- it's not entirely clear what Sword & Sworcery EP is, exactly. There's a site with some teaser images, out-of-context quotes, and the same video you see before you. And even after looking through it all a few times, I'm still not sure what this game is about.

But I know I need to find out, because damn. It certainly looks to be something cool in the making.






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