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Candy's Space Adventures gets its remake too!

Xylvan

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Hi everybody,

Since Monday, 21 August 2017, I'm preparing another remake for Candy's Space Adventures v10.57...

In this remake, I fixed some details like environnement( grass, trees, flowers, people, animals, water, clouds, galaxies, space )

It will be published soon! Xylvan, Xilvan Design...




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