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These Indie Devs Are Releasing Free Art, And You Should See It.

The developers of Kentucky Route Zero recently released a free interactive play that takes place in the KRZ world, written by one of the game's characters. It's a great creepy play, and a good way to get a feel for the mood of the full game.

If you don't know it, Kentucky Route Zero is a point-and-click adventure game about a delivery driver trying to find a mysterious road and deliver some antiques. The Entertainment gives a peek at the characters who live in that strange world. It's a great way of fleshing out the game world for players, but it's even better as a teaser for those who haven't tried it.

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And it's damn pretty:

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If you're a fan of Kentucky Route Zero and you're wondering why you didn't hear about this, it's because Cardboard Computer only mentioned it once on twitter:

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via Davey Wreden

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Also, any news on KRZ Act III?