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Neil Gaiman's Wayward Manor This Fall is online as home to Wayward Manor, an upcoming Windows/OS X video game from the imagination of famed author Neil Gaiman. The site includes a video of Neil introducing the project and explaining why this story seemed best suited to an interactive format. He also explains that "the first part" of the game will be released this fall, and introduces the game's setting in 1920s New England, and the role of the player protagonist as a ghost looking to frighten residents of Wayward Manor. The website offers the chance to support the game's development with various pre-purchase tiers, ranging up to the opportunity to meet Neil for the spookiest dinner ever (for Los Angeles). There's more on the game's story in the announcement:

Set in a 1920s Victorian Gothic pastoral estate, WAYWARD MANOR players unravel the mystery of a ghost (player) seeking a peaceful after-life. After a remarkable cast of characters moves into Wayward Manor and wakes him from his post-mortem slumbers, the ghost must find ever-more inventive and brilliant ways to scare them away. As the ghost learns more about the living characters, he also learns more about his own death and after-life, and the danger they are all facing. WAYWARD MANOR will be available just in time for the holidays on PC, Mac, and tablets.

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