If you like the music for the trailer, you can check out more of Sword and Sorcery composer Jim Guthrie's work atBandcamp (opens in new tab). Meanwhile, if you'd like to help Pajot and Swirsky over the final hurdle, they've launched aKickstarter-based funding initiative (opens in new tab)to raise funding for the final phase of post-production. This will cover color-grading, sound tweaking and mastering the movie so the full-length feature all feels as beautiful as some of the images in this trailer. Donors are eligible for copies of the movie, merch, and the knowledge that you helped contribute to a project that can't help but advance the gaming culture. Interested?
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