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The Sunken Caves: New biome revealed!



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."


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. 

Edited by FishingCactus

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