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Ok, it's the update time. Today we'll be presenting the underground section of this initial sub-level. We got the images, we got the videos, let us know what you think. Anything interesting comes to mind, let us know. It can be as simple as a prop within the level, or some effect, like...flies, I just visualized flies flying around some neon lamp, however, they're too small to be placed, but you get the idea. You might want to watch videos first to get the better idea what the game is about, at least the demo.
 

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Below are some images, the entire thing is in early conceptual phase. The first one is a little update of the room.

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