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The Sunken Caves: New biome revealed!

FishingCactus

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It's time to introduce you the second biome from Nanotale: The Sunken Caves.

"Poison is spreading from the edges of the Sunken Caves, but the town feels safe and nurturing."

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Last week our concept artist, Amandine, worked on the Sunken Caves; trying to find the right mood/ambiance for this new biome. 

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Thank you! We are working hard on it! 

These are concepts for POI so it's shiny and all. The real challenge will be to have a cave that doesn't look boring. 

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