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0 comments by jskiles1 on Oct 9th, 2012

I want to begin talking more about my game now that the boring technical details have been implemented. As the game begins to take shape, follow my blog about the rest of the game.

The Chains of Acadia is a story of a hero. Oh, wow, how original. The thing is though, Acadia (the hero), does not know that he is a hero. When he finds out the truth, he probably will not want the status bestowed upon him.

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