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Neil Gaiman Announces His First Game, Wayward Manor

Posted on Friday, July 26 @ 09:25:26 PST by Alex_Osborn

Neil Gaiman, the genius author behind works like The Sandman and Coraline, in currently working on his first-ever game that will launch on PC, Mac, and tablets this fall. Gaiman has enlisted the help of studio The Odd Gentlemen in developing the game.

The game is called Wayward Manor and it's about a house set in 1920s New England. The player is put in the shoes of a dead person who must frighten the current living people that are residing within the home.

You can pre-order the game right now by visiting the title's official website.

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