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It's Morrowind in the Skyrim engine

Elder hell?

Skywind, the Morrowind remake in the Skyrim engine, is ready to download and play.

Well, by ready I mean 'in alpha', "meaning you can move around the world, interact with a few things, but the full content of questing, gameplay and many other various elements are not part of the game yet", explained a post on the mod's website.

"These alpha releases are more for getting people interested," it went on, " inspired and up-to-date with development so they can help with the project.

"Please consider how you can contribute in any small way when you see the potential of one of the best games being developed for 2013/2014."

If you want to try it, you'll need the Skyrim game, and either the Morrowind Game of the Year edition or Morrowind plus the Tribunal and Bloodmoon expansions.

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