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Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity soundtrack release!

ConnorORT

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A soldier wakes up in darkness with a headache - Where is he, and how did he get here?

Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity is a prequel mystery minigame to the upcoming full length RPG Towards The Pantheon. Follow the journey of this soldier as he must solve puzzles and explore to escape from nowhere, discover how he came to be here, and face what lies ahead. Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity offers a unique experience that provides lore and suggests at some themes that will be found in Towards The Pantheon.

Purchase the album on Bandcamp to support development of Towards The Pantheon! https://connorortlinning.bandcamp.com/album/towards-the-pantheon-escaping-eternity-soundtrack

Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity is set to release October 12th, 2017.

STEAM: http://store.steampowered.com/app/709450/Towards_The_Pantheon_Escaping_Eternity/
ITCH.IO: https://connorort.itch.io/towards-the-pantheon-escaping-eternity
GAMEJOLT: https://gamejolt.com/games/ttpee/280482

Follow the development of Towards The Pantheon on social media!
Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Soundcloud, Instagram, IndieDB, Twitch, Google+, Imgur, Pinterest

Follow lead developer Connor O.R.T. Linning on social media!
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