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Old-school indie adventure Gemini Rue released


8:30 PM on 02.24.2011
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Independent Games Festival Student Showcase finalist Gemini Rue is, after being worked on in the shadows for some time, finally out. It's a retro-style, sci-fi/noir point-and-click adventure title for PC. Like, how many appealing descriptors for Sierra and LucasArts fans can you fit in one sentence?

Wadjet Eye Games is offering a demo, too. Gemini Rue is $14.99, but if you chip in $10 more, you'll get the Limited Edition CD package. That includes the game (with a digital copy), developer commentary, and the MP3 soundtrack -- it's only being sold through February 27.

Old-school indie adventure Gemini Rue released photo
Old-school indie adventure Gemini Rue released photo
Old-school indie adventure Gemini Rue released photo
Old-school indie adventure Gemini Rue released photo
Old-school indie adventure Gemini Rue released photo





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