Free Graphic Novella Reveals More About the World of Primordia

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Released back in December, Primordia is a rich and deeply engaging point-and-click adventure game set in a mysterious cyberpunk wasteland ruled by robots. We highly recommend playing it. And it just so happens to currently be a part of the latest IndieRoyale bundle, so go ahead and grab it on the cheap along with a handful of other indies while you can.

If you would first like an introduction to the game world, or if you’ve already finished the game and want to dive back in for more, check out the new Primordia “Fallen” graphic novella developer Wormwood Studios has released this week. The Fallen short story picks up at the conclusion of Horatio’s journey and further explores the setting and themes of the Primordia universe without spoiling events from the game.

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Part 1, subtitled “Awake,” is currently available as an illustrated PDF or an audiobook which can be downloaded from SoundCloud or streamed from the provided YouTube embed with narration, music, and some very minimal animation. Two more chapters will be released over the coming weeks, with the full novella to then be compiled into a single PDF or ePub file to put on your favorite eBook reader.

Oh, and did I mention this is all free to download? Can’t beat that.

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