Remember The Neverhood? The all-clay stop-motion adventure game from 1996? Doug TenNapel, its creator, is joining forces with Pencil Test Studios to bring you Armikrog, a spiritual sequel starring a crash-landed alien and his talking dog. They're raising $US900,000 through Kickstarter. Good luck to them!
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