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Cult of the Wind is about people who pretend to be airplanes

If you're one of those people who enjoys zooming around the house, arms aloft, pretending to be an airplane (and, really, who isn't) there's a game coming out for you.

Cult of the Wind from North of Earth Games has just launched a Steam Greenlight campaign along with a trailer, showing people-based airplane combat and level editor footage. Set in an art deco environment, the game is based on people who pretend to be airplanes, as part of a cult.

"Players compete and cooperate in ritualistic multi-player human dogfights, complete with imaginary weapons, pretend explosions, and airplane noises made with their mouths," according to the game's Greenlight text. Cult of the Wind will come with a point-and-click level editor. "You can also craft a personalized appearance for your character with numerous articles of clothing and animations," adds the Steam pitch. There is no release date as yet, although the game's website states that it is "coming soon."

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