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Review: Armikrog

I still have my original copy of The Neverhood, bestowed upon me when my family bought our first Gateway computer in the mid-'90s. I was in complete awe over the challengingly silly puzzles, phenomenal claymation, and the eclectic soundtrac...

 
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Claymation project Armikrog gets an August release date

Developer Pencil Test Studios has sent over word that Armikrog will debut on August 18, not quite its original "second quarter 2015" target. To accompany the new announcement is a video showing off the game's eerie art style, and shou...

 
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Can 2015 be the year of clay, please?

Ooh, a chance to talk about clay animation and armatures without straying away from videogames. Better jump on it. This video takes us behind the scenes of Armikrog, a point-and-click adventure that made it through Kickstarter in 2013 and...

 
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Armikrog funded, Wii U stretch goal achieved

With four days to go, and a little more than $250,000 needed to reach $900,000, it wasn't looking too favorable for the Armikrog Kickstarter to reach its funding goal. On top of that, announcing a stretch goal of $950,000 for an enhanced&nb...

 
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Armikrog officially announced for Wii U

Armikrog, touted as the "spiritual successor" to the classic claymation adventure The Neverhood, has announced its first Kickstarter stretch goal that, if reached, will bring the game to the Wii U eShop. For those who've already contributed...

 
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Behold Armikrog, the spiritual sequel to The Neverhood

The Neverhood was one of the more unfortunate commercial failures of the point-and-click era. It was a one-of-a-kind (two-of-a-kind if you include its PS1 platformer sequel) claymation adventure from the mind of Doug TenNapel, creator of E...

 

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