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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood mixes traditional Scandinavian storytelling with an inventive and colorful 2.5D platformer, combining classic jump and run gameplay with smart and innovative puzzles. By drawing green vines, strong lianas, impressive pillars of earth and powerful streams of water with a magic marker Max can traverse the elaborate cave systems, villages and gloomy castles of Anotherland.
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