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Weakless the touching 3D puzzle adventure game reveals its release date for Xbox One and PC. Get ready for an unforgettable journey where you’ll…

[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

A unique fantasy world where two gifted creatures work together to overcome their disabilities is yours to discover on Xbox One and PC on November 29th this year. Join two Weavelings on a quest to save their world from the spreading Rot.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 17th, Katowice, Poland.

We all have our limitations. So do two unique creatures the Weavelings, who youll meet and guide in Weakless. Your task is to overcome these limitations while helping Blind and Deaf save their precious world. Join their exciting journey where a flourishing friendship, determination, and cooperation can overcome any disadvantage. Use the unique skills of both characters to solve puzzles and experience the adventure of a lifetime. Discover how, sometimes, the only superpower you need is the power of friendship.

Watch the Weakless release date announcement trailer HERE to see how unique and challenging this journey youre about to experience truly is.

To keep up with all the news from the Weaveling world, add the game to your wishlist on Steam (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1072620/Weakless/).

ABOUT THE GAME

Weakless is an artistic, 3D puzzle-adventure game with stunning organic environments filled with curious life-forms and a bioluminescent glow. Take control of two unusual Weavelings carefree, wooden creatures and aid them in their unplanned journey. But the task wont be easy; one of your characters is deaf, and the other is blind. Help them save their world from the advancing Rot and find their way back home.

WEAKLESS MAIN FEATURES:

Follow the story of an unlikely friendship that develops wordlessly between the stoic Blind and the energetic Deaf.

Peek into Deafs sketchbook and gain unique insights into what he thinks about the whole ordeal.

Enter the beautiful, organic, bioluminescent world of the Weavelings, filled with curious life-forms and mysteries of a bygone civilization waiting to be uncovered.

Get a glimpse of the artistic way that visually-impaired and hearing-impaired people perceive the world.

Join a meaningful narrative with satisfying exploration and enriched by arcade puzzle elements.

Experience stunning music composed of instruments from all around the world, such as the marimba, RAV vast, and udu.

Weakless is coming to PC and Xbox One on November 29th, but you can already add the game to your Steam wishlist HERE.

More information about the game can be found on the games Facebook and Twitter profiles.

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About ARP GAMES

ARP Games, established by the Polish Industrial Development Agency, is a video games accelerator supporting developers in the production process. ARP Games support includes both financial and organizational help, as well as the development of the professional competences of future and current game designers. ARP Games also supports events promoting the Polish video games industry. The city of Katowice is a place where many gaming companies are already operating. Local preofessionals are strengthening the upward trend of this industry by seeking to integrate the entire sector into a specific ecosystem concentrated in the city. Currently, new projects are being prepared to further encourage large and small companies to situate themselves in Katowice. Particular attention is paid to startups that have been created within a highly developed academic environment in the region. Acceleration of young companies is a vital part of the overall strategy to support the gaming sector in Katowice. https://arpgames.pl/en/home/

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About Punk Notion and Cubeish Games

Both Punk Notion and Cubeish Games were born from a passion for games, animation and engaging storytelling. Their main focus is developing narrative-driven games, and in the meantime supporting others with animations. http://punknotion.com/. Both studios are winners of the ARP Games acceleration program aimed at supporting interesting video game projects.

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Return Of The Obra Dinn Is A New Puzzle Game That Looks Like It Was Made In 1980, A Return To One Bit Pix… – Happy Gamer

Lucas Pope, creator ofPapers, Please,has released a trailer forReturn of the Obra Dinn.The most defining point that fans are noticing is the style of the game and the deeper hints of a story inside. The game pays homage to low-resolution, digitized graphics of the adventure games from the 1980s.

The perspective and motion shown in the trailer prove it is much more then what it appears to be. Although styled like a HyperCard stack game, it is a fully interactive environment.

The game is being called an insurance adventure with minimal color, and it tasks the player with finding the truth of what happened to a mysterious ship. You take on the role of an insurance companys investigator and must look into what has happened to the titular ship, a vessel in the East India Company fleet.

The game is set in 1807. The ship in question washed up to port five years after going missing. You must discover the fates of every crew member on board. It plays as a narrative puzzle with employing flashback sequences and progressing through locked doors and areas around the ship.

The secret to your success is a combination of deductive reasoning and a Memento Mortem stopwatch. The stopwatch allows you to return to the moment of a crew members death and determine the identity of the sixty crew members. There is a lot to learn on a small ship, and things are not quite as they seem.

It is important for you to find out who they are, how they died, and, if possible, who killed them. As per usual investigative games, you will collect the crews and information to form your own opinion of what has happened on this ship. The adventure is yours to discover, and the graphics make it a truly unique investigative experience.

Early reviews have put the game at a positive level. Metacritic has given it an 89/100 while Destructoid is weighing in at 9.5/10. Across the board, critics are raving about this experience. This game has been nominated for rewards in the past, including the 2018 Game Award for Best Independent Game and several 2019 categories in other award festivals.

The game will be released for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 18. It is a single-player experience but could be a fun game to play with friends as you explore a mystery on this strange ship.

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Dance-tastic Puzzle Adventure Game Felix The Reaper Launching Today – Gamasutra

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HAMBURG, Germany Oct. 17, 2019: Publisher Daedalic Entertainment and independent developer Kong Orange have released Felix The Reaper, a quirky title blending romantic comedy and 3D puzzle adventure nominated for Most Original Game at gamescom 2019. Featuring the voice talent of Sir Patrick Stewart as the narrator, Felix The Reaper is out today on PlayStation4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Windows PC and Mac via Steam and GOG.com. It is also available as part of Xbox Game Pass.

New Launch Trailer: https://youtu.be/56ID1_DMWR8

Download launch trailer: web ready version & HQ version (ProRes)

Felix The Reaper is a puzzle game in which players alter events to end the lives of humans as ordered by the Ministry of Death. Like all reapers, Felix can only move in the shadows, but thankfully he can change the direction of the sun and move objects in a snap to create safe passage through increasingly devilish scenarios. Each destiny fulfilled gets Felix one step closer to his hearts desire: Betty the Maiden from the Ministry of Life. This eccentrically surprising adventure features original music from a dozen independent musicians, as well as an intricate in-game database on the art and representation of Death throughout history.

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Press assets can be found at:http://bit.ly/FelixTheReaperLaunch

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About Kong Orange (Developer of Felix The Reaper)

The world needs digital quality time. Digital quality time is unforgettable entertainment your mind feasts on, so your heart keeps beating. Thats what we create at Kong Orange, be it in the form of games, digital comics, or other digitally-based entertainment. Based in Aarhus, Denmark, Kong Orange is a business and production brain that keeps a vigorous body moving ecstatically in a meaningful direction. The body is formed by a colorful collective of friends, partners and colleagues. We released Heartbeats - A Galactic Requiem to critical acclaim on iOS in 2015.

About Daedalic Entertainment (Publisher of Felix The Reaper)

Daedalic Entertainment publishes and develops high-quality games for all platforms. The company has a diverse line-up of high-quality titles, including classic adventures, RPGs, and strategy and multiplayer games. With more than 80 employees, Daedalic is currently developing a new line-up of innovative games across consoles, PC and mobile platforms.

Among the AAA titles in production at the studio are the team-RTS A Year of Rain (PC), as well as The Lord of the Rings Gollum (multiplatform). A Year of Rain combines classical elements like base-building and a comprehensive story campaign with hero-focused and team-oriented gameplay. The Lord of the Rings Gollum is an action-adventure that tells the story of Gollum from a perspective never witnessed before in any storytelling media, all the while staying faithful to the legendary books of J.R.R. Tolkien.

Based in Hamburg, Germany, Daedalic is one of Europes most acclaimed publishers and developers. With a total of 32 awards in the German Developers Award (including multiple accolades for Studio of the Year) and 11 German Computer Game Awards for genre-defining games such as Deponia, Edna & Harvey, Silence, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth, The Long Journey Home and State of Mind, Daedalic is a record holder for the two most prestigious games awards in Germany.

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Can you really train your brain? Its often claimed that games can help us stay sharp as we get older – iNews

LifestyleWellbeingPuzzles expert Dr Gareth Moore assesses their effectiveness in keeping you mentally sharp for longer

Friday, 18th October 2019, 06:00 am

You only have one brain and the responsibility isall yours to look after it. But how exactly do you do that? Should you do a crossword every day, or take up sudoku?

The term brain training is often used for games, alongside claims that playing them will make you smarter in general. This is said to happen via two mechanisms:

1 Use it or lose it if you dont continue to use your neural circuitry, it will eventually be discarded by the brain.

2 The transfer effect the idea that abilities gained while becoming better at one skill will also transfer to make you better at another.

Do these ideas stand up to scrutiny?

There is potentially some truth in the first claim. But if games dont change very much, their overall net benefit to you will tail off as you become familiar with them. If youre not still improving, you are probably not still learning.

But what about the second claim? We know that such an effect exists at some level, but there is considerable debate as to which activities might trigger it, and how powerful its effect might be.

One way to help assess transfer is to distinguish between near andfar transfer. Near transfer means that you get better at closely related skills. For example, if you practise a specific memory skill, you might get better at similar (but different) memory tasks. Far transfer means that a seemingly unrelated skill is improved. For example, you might practise an object-packing task in a brain-training game, which would also (via far transfer) improve your ability to solve unrelated logical problems.

Brain training is typically assessed on its claims of far transfer. Unfortunately, proving far transfer is difficult. Evidence for it is frequently conflicting and independent studies usually conclude that, on balance, claims of far transfer cannot be reliably reproduced. In other words, brain training does not work.

But there is more to this than meets the eye.

Age is a factor

First, who is trying the brain training? When you are a child, or a young adult, your brain is still developing and learning voraciously. You are also almost certainly exposed to far more varied and novel situations than an older person who is more settled in their routine. You might, therefore, reasonably suspect that a typical brain training programme in youth would not have much effect.

The flipside is that brain training might be of far more reliable benefit to older people. If you are already being sufficiently challenged, any further challenge may be of negligible effect; but if you are not, it could be of worthwhile help.

In a six-week study of more than 11,000 adult participants aged 18 to 60 following a specific brain-training programme, devised by the UK Medical Research Council, the Alzheimers Society and the BBC, no significant transfer effect was found. On average, those taking part did not have any clearly observable improvement in their reasoning, memory, planning or visuospatial abilities.

But perhaps the games were too narrow and unchallenging. Or maybe, because the people who took part were self-selecting they were untypical. Perhaps the narrow scope of many games limits their effectiveness. If you are doing the same simple activity over and over, how much benefit would you expect to get?

However, some well-designed programmes evolve to continue to provide new challengesto those taking part. Activities that develop over time will provide more mental benefit than those that are essentially set in stone.

It's worth the effort later in life

The good news is that brain training has been shown to be effective on older people. A recent study of around 7,000 people found that those over 50, who played a few specific brain-training games for 10 minutes at a time over a period of six months, ended up with improved reasoning and memory skills relative to those who did not. Those over 60 showed improvements in their ability to complete ordinary day-to-day activities. A meta study has also concluded that far transfer really does consistently take place in older adults, and the gains lasted sometimes years afterwards.

It may be that brain training is more effective in later life because its primary effect is to maintain or rebuild existing skills, rather thanto actively expand your mental horizons.

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Tackle frighteningly tough puzzles in The Watchers beta – PC Invasion

If youre looking for a haunting experience this Halloween, then look no further than independent developer Straight Back Games online co-op puzzle game, The Watchers. From October 31 to November 3, a beta version of the game will be playable through Steam.

If you want free access to an eerie evening of problem-solving, then join the official Discord server of The Watchers and request a beta key in the #beta-signup channel. Each successful sign-up will receive two beta keys; the game is a two-player co-op after all. You have until 11:59 p.m. PDT on October 30 to request a key.

In The Watchers you will play as a twin brother and sister, Luisa and Frederico Puerta, searching for clues to the disappearance of their mother. The answers you seek are inside the abandoned headquarters of a local cult. You will need to work together to navigate the halls of the headquarters, collect objects, solve puzzles, and uncover the disturbing truth of what happened to the cult and its leader, your mother. But you need to be careful because someone, or something, is still watching.

Communication and teamwork are of the utmost importance in The Watchers. Joe Fender, one of the founding developers of Straight Back Games, described the games as, Dark Souls difficulty but now you have someone else to blame.

Not that youll be battling enemies repeatedly, but rather that The Watchers will push you to the same frustration levels as Dark Souls. The game, while in the horror genre, isnt about frights and jump scares. Rather, the quietly chilling setting and haunting original score will keep you constantly on edge.

The Watchers has a planned release date of 2019, but we have no more details than that. For now, you can add the game to your Steam wishlist, so youre not caught unawares when it does launch. The game will cost $5.99 for a single copy and $9.99 for a two-copy bundle.

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Its a Shore Thing – The New York Times

FRIDAY PUZZLE This is a very nice grid from Jamey Smith, his second for the Times, with some really exciting debuts. It is also well filled, for the most part, and while it is easy to get a toehold, there are areas that fought me for a long time.

The key to winning that fight, as always, is not to give up. You have to outlast the puzzle, even if it means putting it away and coming back to it with fresh eyes. It means pulling out your entire collection of clue-solving tools and really reading the clues carefully. It also means you should probably get out the good chocolate for this one.

I reached my this requires comfort food point at 37A. I had seen the symbol of the snake eating its tail, but could not recall its name. The Egyptian and Greek symbol is the OUROBOROS, and this is only the second time it has appeared in a New York Times Crossword. (The debut was in a crossword from June by Kameron Austin Collins.)

Mr. Smith debuts some fantastic entries, such as DATE MOVIE, EVERY VOTE COUNTS, IRISH CREAM, ILLITERATI, TURNSTILE JUMPER and ON THE DOLE, which I think might be more of a Britishism.

Go get this one, even if you are leery of Friday themeless crosswords. All you need to conquer this one is your clue toolbox and some time and patience. Oh, and some chocolate. You got this.

16A: I wanted this to be TOILE for some reason, but the wedding dress fabric is VOILE.

19A: Sure, the MYNA is a good mimic, but have you ever met the lyrebird?

24A: Call me a nerd if you want, but I am always intrigued by how language changes over time in crossword puzzles. COMING, a very common word, has not been in a New York Times Crossword since 1956. How does such a popular word go so long without making its way into a grid?

54A: Read the clue carefully. It does not say One committing a fairly minor offense?, it says fare-ly, as in a public transportation fare. What offense can someone commit that involves a bus or subway fare? The person could be a TURNSTILE JUMPER, or someone who jumps over the turnstile to avoid paying for their ride.

58A: Edmond HOYLE codified the rules of the card game whist, as well as backgammon and chess. That pretty much makes him a maven.

3D: Tricky one! You and by that I mean me were thinking of anatomy, werent you? The main lower artery, informally in this clue is the California-to-Florida route, I-10, which is written out I TEN.

4D: Not the kind of storage unit you keep your old stuff in. The Huge storage unit in this puzzle is a TERABIT, which holds data.

11D: TIL that when you hire a MOURNER (apparently, there are professionals out there), that person is called a moirologist.

13D: I admit that I snickered at this one. The Hitching post? in this clue is not a place to tie up your horse. Its an ALTAR where one might get married or hitched.

28D: I could not remember what a dosimeter was to save my life. Thank goodness for those crossings. And chocolate.

45D: For reasons known only to my brain, I got stuck on the movie title Viva Zapata, and could not make room for anything else. The answer, which is fairly random to me, is Viva EL REY.

55D: You see a clue that says Ulan-___, and you immediately think BATOR, right? Not so fast. This answer only has three letters, and is asking for the Siberian capital. I got it with the crossings. The answer is Ulan-UDE.

Well, Im glad to say this one came easier than my Times debut this past spring, but it was not without its challenges. While the top and bottom stacks were pretty much set from the get-go, the editing team rightly dinged me for some questionable fill in between. Luckily we were able to meet in the middle, as it were, and the result is what you see here. Thanks again, Will, Joel and Sam.

There are a few clues I wish had survived the final edit, notably 20-Across (Mudslide component more fun than giving away the store with the brand reference, no?) and 10-Down (Its name comes from the Aztec word for testicle so evocative, and once you know it, you cant un-know it).

One thing I almost always enjoy in solving themeless puzzles is the challenge of sussing out a tricky long answer by chipping away at the intersections. Hopefully Ive provided that opportunity for some of you with those behemoths at 17- and 54-Across.

By the way, speaking of 17-Across [Climbs up on ramshackle but still sturdy soapbox] Please be sure your voter registration is up-to-date. And then vote! Learn more at the nonpartisan vote411 or vote.org.

Almost finished solving but need a bit more help? Weve got you covered.

Warning: There be spoilers ahead, but subscribers can take a peek at the answer key.

Trying to get back to the puzzle page? Right here.

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DANCE-TASTIC PUZZLE ADVENTURE GAME FELIX THE REAPER AVAILABLE TODAY – GamingLyfe Network

Publisher Daedalic Entertainment and independent developer Kong Orange have releasedFelix The Reaper, a quirky title blending romantic comedy and 3D puzzle adventure nominated for Most Original Game at gamescom 2019. Featuring the voice talent of Sir Patrick Stewart as the narrator,Felix The Reaperis out today on PlayStation4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Windows PC and Mac via Steam and GOG.com. It is also available as part of Xbox Game Pass.

Felix The Reaperis a puzzle game in which players alter events to end the lives of humans as ordered by the Ministry of Death. Like all reapers, Felix can only move in the shadows, but thankfully he can change the direction of the sun and move objects in a snap to create safe passage through increasingly devilish scenarios. Each destiny fulfilled gets Felix one step closer to his hearts desire: Betty the Maiden from the Ministry of Life. This eccentrically surprising adventure features original music from a dozen independent musicians, as well as an intricate in-game database on the art and representation of Death throughout history.

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Vectronom is a pulsing rhythm-based puzzle game from Lupodium that’s available for iOS and Android now – Pocket Gamer

Vectronom is a rhythm-based puzzle game from German developers Ludopium that looks incredibly hypnotic, psychedelic and headache-inducing all at once. It's available now for iOS and Android.

The core concept of Vectronom is getting a little bouncy cube through increasingly difficult levels where you have to move in time with the beat, so you'll want to grab a pair of headphones for this one. The level around our cuboid hero will change with the beat of the music too, which means if you don't quickly get in tune with the soundtrack you'll find yourself a victim of death by gravity.

As you can see from the trailer below, it's not just the world that changes with the music, the colours also frequently switch with the beat as well. So it's probably best avoided if flickering images give you headaches or if you have photosensitive epilepsy.

If you have no such issues though it looks to be an incredibly stylish game and the music sounds excellent. The puzzles promise to start off fairly simple and become increasingly complex as progress through the different stages.

The electronic soundtrack is entirely original and has been created by Ludopium. If you just want to check out their music because this game looks too trippy or frustrating then you can hear some of there tracks on their Soundcloud page.

The game will also come with a multiplayer option too. You'll be able to play with up to 4 friends on one device with support for additional controllers to connected to the game. There are also various colour blind options available for increased accessibility for players, which is great to see.

Vectronom is available now through the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium game that costs 3.99.

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Observer and Alan Wake’s American Nightmare are free on the Epic Store – PC Gamer

Throw-It-At-You Thursday is once again upon us, which means it's time to pop 'round to the Epic Games Store to get our latest fix of free stuff. This week is a two-fer, featuring Bloober Team's cyberpunk horror game Observer, and Remedy's supernatural creepo-thriller Alan Wake's American Nightmare.

Observer is an interesting game because it was generally quite well receivedthe Xbox One edition has an 86 aggregate score on Metacriticyet we didn't much care for it. Despite some outstanding moments, it relies too much on repeated assets and layouts, and sacrifices cyberpunk cred for a too-familiar family story: "He's not Deckard in Blade Runner, he's Liam Neeson in Taken, and that's less interesting," we said in our 45/100 review.

Interestingly, I feel the same way about Alan Wake, a critical darling (83 on Metacritic) that really didn't turn my crank. The setting was interesting but the gameplay wore thin quickly, and with all due respect to Mr. Lake I had no idea what was going on through any of it. Evil or something, right? American Nightmare is a standalone sequel that pits Al against his dastardly doppelganger Mr. Scratch in the arid environs of Arizona.

You can't go wrong for free, though: It's literally a zero-risk opportunity to try something you might find interesting but iffy enough to avoid for one reason or another. Or maybe you're like me, and you just take whatever free stuff gets waved in your face because, hey, free stuff.

Observer and Alan Wake's American Night are yours for the taking until October 24. Next week is another two-game giveaway, featuring Layers of Fear Masterpiece Edition (the game Bloober Team did before Observer) and, because it's rated M, the family-friendlier first-person puzzle game Qube.

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Monsters coming to Murfreesboro in Halloween-themed scavenger hunt – Daily News Journal

Nancy DeGennaro, Murfreesboro Daily News Journal Published 8:00 a.m. CT Oct. 17, 2019

Locked: Escape Game Murfreesboro has opened Murfreesboro Ax at 855 W. College St. Nancy De Gennaro, USA TODAY NETWORK Tennessee

What happens when you combine "The Amazing Race" with a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt?

You get Monsters of Murfreesboro, a city-wide escape game set for 6-9 p.m. Oct. 26.

Locked Escape Game of Murfreesboro is sending teams of players on a family-friendly adventure to solve puzzles and find 11 monsters at different locations across the city.

Although the game is Halloween-themed, all ages can participate and it's not scary,said Lucas Johnson, owner of Locked Escape Game.

The event will end in an after-party at a mystery location that will be revealed during the game.

Prizes will be given to all contestants, and there will be awards forbest costumes worn by participants.

Locked Escape Game Murfreesboro presents Monsters of Murfreesboro, a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt.(Photo: Submitted)

The plot follows the disappearance of cryptozoologist Scary OGhouligan, who is known for his monster-hunting skills.After OGhouligan goes missing, it'syourmonster-hunting squad that has been designated to receive OGhouligan's secret files.

Your team readsOGhouligan's mysterious cover letter and learns you all havebeen commissioned to hunt Monster 11, a creature known only to OGhouligan himself.

If you are able to solve your way through OGhouligan's monster manifest and discover the elusive tombstones of the Terrifying Ten, then perhaps youll have what it takes to unearth Monster 11.

Halloween fun: Trunk-or-treat, fall festivals abound in Rutherford County

Participants start the evening at 1970 Medical Center Parkway with registration and instructions for the first stop.

Each team downloads an app that will guide them from one location to the next and deliver puzzles at stops along the way.

Puzzles will be at a level that allows all ages to enjoy the game, Johnson said. So you probably won't need any hints, although you can get one in the app.

The game will take two to three hours to complete, but it's not really a race. So safety is a top priority.

Cost is $31 per person, regardless of age, and there should be one team per vehicle.

You don't need to preregister. But you can get more information about the game atmonstersofmurfreesboro.com/.

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Reach reporter Nancy DeGennaro at degennaro@dnj.com and follow her on Twitter @NanDeGennaro.

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