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Spring-cleaning! New Screenshots.

FishingCactus

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Hey guys! 

A fresh air of Spring blows on Fishing Cactus. So, we updated Nanotale's Steampage with new banners, screenshots, and gifs of the game. 

Basically, what you see here, is the fire spell used to burn enemies and combined with the "LARGE" shape to melt the ice. 

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BONUS

And because our animator needed a break he decided to create that video. Better with sound! 

 https://youtu.be/jIwc1TgMO3Y

That's it! Thank you for reading and following Nanotale! 

Cheers,
VirginRedemption



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