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The Slabs - Prixel Art Animation
"She looks tired and gone in thoughts. Her arm must have cost a fortune. Definitely Sisma Corp but I can't make out the exact model."
- Simon Corley, 2084, New Harbor -
Music by the amazing Brian Woods.
- Endless Random Loop App. (PC/MAC)
- HD VIDEO (approx. 2 mins)
- Animated GIF
- Wallpaper & Print Ready PDF
Dimensions: Video [1920x1080] App [Adaptive]
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End actual: 28 Feb 2021
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David vs the Virus
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