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The Divine delivers

Website sprouts fruit.

Like the apple guilty of making Eve pop her togs on, fruit has sprouted on The Divine website, a miracle eerily prophesied late last week.

Among the tastiest of these delicacies is a new trailer, which is now nestling in Eurogamer TV's loving arms, as well as a clergy of screenshots bustling about in the cloisters of our gallery.

"For 30 days TheDivineGame.com featured a countdown clock, marking a deadline that was just as exciting to us as it was gamers," said executive producer David Rodriguez. "We're proving to the world that even though we are an independent game development studio, we can still create shockwaves in the industry."

If you can remember, and you should, unless you've been eating forgetti-spaghetti, The Divine is a space-shooter that tasks you with repairing relations between warring factions using your piloting prowess.

You see, when a giant asteroid crashed into Earth everyone had to flee the planet, but only The Divine were granted access to the existing space colonies. Well, the others weren't happy and made their own gangs, and now they're all angry at each other.

It's an independent project by a largely volunteer-based Packom Interactive, and is due for release later this year.

Head over to the website for some wallpapers and concept artwork or if you just generally want to nose around, we don't really mind.

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