Microsoft Displays a 40 Minute Live Clip of their Project Spark Gameplay

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Team Dakota broadcasted a live-stream for over 40 minutes of live gameplay last night. Twitch.TV viewers were treated to a sneak peak of Microsoft’s new fantasy environment world creation game and demonstrating Project Spark's powerful level design and NPC AI tools. The video went on to demonstrate how easy it is to build a generic fantasy environment and to explore the new world including goblin enemies that explode and the game's Limbo-esque monochrome level spotted during the game's unveiling at E3. Read the full details and watch the video here.



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