The Dark Meadow Deluxe Edition VGAs trailer released

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 15 December 2011 21:40 GMT

As revealed the the VGAs over the weekend, indie iOS horror title The Dark Meadow is on the way to Android devices with enough grunt – namely, a Tegra 3 – to power its Unreal Engine-powered graphics. This Deluxe Edition version isn’t a straight port, but will feature upgraded graphics and tech; crossbows at the ready for early next year. A trailer for this extra shiny release is available through the break.

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