Waking Mars developer Tiger Style has announced Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon, a sequel to its 2009 mystery Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor.

Due next spring for iOS, Android, PC, Mac and Linux, this sequel puts you back in the role of a random arachnid exploring a new setting: the Blackbird Estate, a gothic manor built by a secret society "for a specific purpose" that not even its current inhabitants understand.

If you've not played the first Spider and own an Android device, you can pick it up for cheap in the current Humble Mobile Bundle 3, which also includes: Ridiculous Fishing, SpellTower, Hundreds, rymdkapsel, Kingdom Rush, Epoch, Swordigo, and Desert Bus.


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