Ghost of a Tale Indiegogo page updated with Crab character clip

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 4 May 2013 21:20 GMT

Ghost of a Tale, the PC adventure game from ex-Dreamworks and Universal animator Lionel Gallat, has updated the project page on IndieGoGo with a small video clip of the character Crab. While you are there, you can also look over character videos for Mouse, Undead Rat, and Frog. It’s like Wind in the Williows meets The Secret of Nimh or something. It looks interesting to me at any rate. I’d play it eagerly. The CryEngine 2 project has nine days left to reach its €45,000 goal, and so far, €23,428 has been pledged. You can donate through the link, and watch the character videos below.

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