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Gameplay Moonrise | Dev Blog #2 - Official Gameplay (Alpha 1.1)

Yyanthire Studio

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This is our first video officially showing off some of the gameplay within Moonrise. We wanted to highlight a bit of everything- from starting off, to building a small base, to establishing an army, to exploring the world and advancing your warriors, with swathes of combat interlaced, and finishing it off with a boss battle with the game's first boss: the Apprentice Dragon. We hope you enjoy the video. There will be more to come very soon!

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