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About the StoryThis brief demo introduces the player to Norco, a rich pixelated universe of bizarre conspiracies, difficult family histories, and insurrectionary androids hiding in the swamp. Wander the solitary industrialized streets of your hometown in search of your brother. Lose yourself in the textured synth magic of New Orleans-based composer Gewgawly I.
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Potential for a really great game, January 21, 2020
by Lance Campbell (United States)I'm not sure why this entry has only one 1-star rating right now. Perhaps because it is only a demo. But even as a demo, the graphics and music and story and game mechanics are all very impressive. I hope this is completed soon -- its history is a little shaky -- because it has the potential to be a really great game.
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