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Bloom is a game being created by Studio Fawn. The game is expected to be released in late 2015 for PC, Mac, and Linux.

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For many years the Remnants of the past had encroached on our lands, slowly driving us back as their corruption spread. Their strength was overwhelming, even the greatest powers of the realm were helpless to stop them, even as such many of us still died trying. As a mysterious Old Woman arrived I realized that she had seemed so different. Somehow, somewhere inside her grew new life, and she couldn't stand to imagine her child being twisted into the monsters which would attack us. We worked quickly, gathering pieces of the fallen machines to house her child’s life, and in the end were successful. She gave birth. Though her child was broken, weak, and helpless; he was alive. and therein is where our story begins.

Story[ | ]

No one really knows when the remnants of the past began to stir, when they decided to reclaim a world that had moved on long ago.

For many years they had encroached on our lands, slowly driving us back as their corruption spread. Their strength was overwhelming and even I and the other guardians were helpless to stop them, though many of us died trying. At the front of the assault were their skeletal machines, abominations of hollow souls and metal….of which they had a seemingly endless supply. You see, this was a battle of attrition, and it was a battle we were losing.

Though rumors abound, what is known for certain is at the heart of the corruption are the Eternal, known to us before only as mere stories to scare children. Men? Machines? Perversions of life.

It was there at their very heart, from amongst the Eternal, that, one day, a mysterious woman escaped. She too was an abomination, but I could feel she was somehow different . . .and in frantic desperation. So I reached out to her, offering her refuge in our forest.

It was once she arrived that I realized why she had seemed so different. Somehow inside her grew new life, and she couldn't stand her child being twisted into the monsters which attacked us. We worked quickly, gathering pieces of the fallen machines to house her child’s life, and in the end were successful. She gave birth. Though her child was broken, weak, and helpless; he was alive … and that is where our story begins.

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