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Indie game Shu is coming in 2013, looks amazing


11:00 AM on 01.04.2013



We've just gotten wind of a trailer from developer Secret Lunch for a game called Shu, and it's totally worth watching. Shu is described by the developer as a "2.5D crazy windy platformer."

You'll be outrunning the end of the world, as you glide your way to victory and save your village. As you grab people and outrun certain death, you'll transform into a "growing trail of characters," which will change gameplay. The game is only set for a PC release in 2013 at this time.

I'm getting a real Journey and The Secret of Kells vibe from this, which is totally fine by me. Stay tuned for later in 2013 for release information and impressions!






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