Chances are, if you played the first act of Kentucky Route Zero, you're anxiously awaiting the second. Well, Cardboard Computer has released something that isn't quite the second act, but it does take place in the same world and may or may not be important.
Titled Limits & Demonstrations, this free, short adventure into the universe that Kentucky Route Zero established explores the art of the fictional Lula Chamberlain. These are pieces are fittingly bizarre, seemingly made of relics of days gone by. Will Lula tie into the core episodes? Will any of this ever be mentioned? Only time will tell.
It's something to think about while we wait for the second episode of Kentucky Route Zero. It's also a decent introduction to the style of the game for those who have not played it yet.
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The prosperous settlement of Castletown had everything its residents could possibly desire. Lumbering giants had turned a once barren wasteland into a fertile coastal forest, and like titanic servants they had places mines, p...more