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LOVE
Game Description:LOVE is a cooperative online first person adventure game. You play as a scavenger on a small planet who together with other scavengers will build a settlement by placing a Monolith somewhere in the world. This Monolith makes the ground loose so that you can shape the environment around it in to what ever you want. Build walls, catacombs, houses and shape your settlement any way you want. On this planet you are not alone. Five other tribes The Omprelly Enclave, The Clondo Tribe, The Gindra Traders, The Kondosant Clan and The Con Dotita Raiders build their own settlements and compete for resources. You may destroy their settlements but they will regroup and rebuild them somewhere else. Each time with a new design and a new challenges. This Planet is far from stable, over time it changes, new mountains rise and old ones fall in to the sea. With many different areas, from fields to canyons to might glaciers, it constantly offer new things to explore.
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