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1680, Vicenza, Italy. Explore the ruins of an ancient religion that riddle the catacombs beneath a noble estate, where the shadow of a forgotten god has awakened to haunt the dreams of men. A dark tale in the classic, gothic tradition, The Abbot’s Book traces the lives of four generations of a family cursed by the corrupting influence of a mysterious book.

Produced by the award-winning visual effects veterans of Blackthorn Media, The Abbot’s Book promises to lead the VR world well beyond the short vignettes of most current VR offerings!

 

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A fully immersive VR narrative in eight episodes – epic, groundbreaking transmedia storytelling with deep story, spectacular environments, and plots full of intrigue, pathos, shadows and mystery

A New Frontier at Sundance Institute 2016 selection

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​© 2015 The Abbot's Book LLC, Blackthorn Media LLC

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