Wadjet Eye founder Dave Gilbert opens up about the inspirations behind upcoming time travel adventure Old Skies and his love of making games.
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Wadjet Eye’s Old Skies puts a clever twist on the timeless time-travel story, and sets up a fascinating delve into the legacy of New York.
Old Skies sees players travelling through seven periods of New York history, from the Gilded Age to the eve of September 11.
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