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Claymation point-and-clicker Armikrog has until Thursday, June 27 to reach its $900,000 Kickstarter goal, but developer Pencil Test Studios decided it's never too late to add a stretch goal to its funding initative. In this case, the former Neverhood developers added a $950,000 stretch goal to its ...

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June 23, 2013 at 12:00PM
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Pencil Test Studios, a company manned by one of the designers and two of the artists responsible for 1996's classic The Neverhood, is seeking $900,000 in crowdsourced funding via Kickstarter in order to fuel the creation of its new claymation point-and-click adventure project, Armikrog. While ...

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We heard last month that the folks behind 1996's The Neverhood were at work on a new clay-motion adventure game, and the name has now been revealed: It's called Armikrog. The title has also earned a website, a Twitter profile, and a Facebook page. There's also a very (very) short video clip availab...

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While plans for a movie and mobile version of cult adventure game classic The Neverhood didn't pan out, creator Doug TenNapel has said he's working on a new clay adventure game. Over on Facebook, TenNapel says he's cooperating with friends Mike Dietz and Ed Schofield – both of whom worked wit...

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You may remember The Neverhood as the lovely, claymation adventure game with one of the best soundtracks of all time. But there's an equally large chance that you don't remember The Neverhood at all, as the PC game was released way back in 1996 and has been dormant since. Developer Bazinga Studi...

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