Amit Ravid

The Cloud Tower - RPG game

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I am new here and I would like to share with you my game development.
This is an isometric RPG game with a strong focus on the looks and story. 

I hope you take a look and tell me what you think.

and sorry for the bad English, I'll take care of it in a few weeks with external help.


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