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Xbox Store Today: Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
Do you love adventure games? How about adventure games with steampunk themes? The maybe you’ll want to look into today’s sole new to the Xbox Games Store… Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink. Available now for the Xbox One, and developed by Artifex Mundi, Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink is probably the only chance you’ll get to save the world from a destructive wave of earthquakes.
A trailer for Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink has been embedded above, and more information about the game can be found right here:
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Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink ($9.99)
Delve into this exciting detective adventure game with a steampunk twist! Strange earthquakes are causing the world’s cities to crumble to ruin. The brilliant Dr. Ambrose Ink hopes to expose the underlying cause of this phenomenon, but he needs the assistance of his longtime friend, Agent Evangeline Glass. The heroine will have to storm the castle of the General Engineer of Gottland to find out the truth and stop the cataclysm.
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