Spider: Rite Of The Shrouded Moon to debut Feb. 6 in Austin

Developer Tiger Style will show off the upcoming Spider: Rite Of The Shrouded Moon for the first time at Juegos Rancheros next Thursday, Feb. 6, at Austin's North Door.

First revealed late last year, the sequel to 2009's Spider: Secret of Bryce Manor is headed to Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Android and iOS this spring. At its public debut next week, the developers will talk about the making of the game, including their research into secret societies.

Doors for the event sponsored by the indie developer collective will open at 7 p.m. local time. Admission is free and open to the public, and those planning to attend can RSVP through Facebook.

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