If you were part of the Kentucky Route Zero Kickstarter or preordered a copy from their website, you likely have received an email from Cardboard Games. Within this latest email, which has been used as an intimate newsletter of sorts, is a link to a graphics demo for those curious to see if their machine can run Kentucky Route. An excerpt from the email reads:

A few days ago, we released a short, free game called Limits & Demonstrations. It began as a sort of “demo,” for people to find out whether their graphics card was capable of running KRZ. Over a few conversations, it grew and mutated (as our work always does) into more of a companion piece to the main story. We put it together over the course of a long weekend, and then quickly released it on our site. You can download “Limits & Demonstrations” here: http://kentuckyroutezero.com/limits-and-demonstrations/

The demo is ‘more of a companion piece to the main story’, and explores an artist named Lula Chamberlain through an art exhibition of her work – a character only briefly mentioned in Act I of Kentucky Route Zero.

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Limits and Demonstrations is unmistakably Kentucky Route Zero in it’s art style, and writing. If you’ve got a half hour to burn through some eerie and interesting storytelling, or if you’re not sure what Kentucky Route Zero is all about, please do download this free demo here!

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