August 9, 2010, 6:56 pm
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As a child, Peter Levius would sit in his local public library, enthralled by the tales of exploration, strange creatures and undiscovered lands that lined the dusty racks. Growing up in Soviet controlled Czechoslovakia, he found escapism in the imaginative leaps made by those to whom the world was marked by a sense of the mythical and fabulous.

At home he spent hours exploring and trading in the limitless universe of Elite on his Didaktik M, a socialist clone of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

It’s this child-like sense of adventure that fuels Levius’ debut game, Ancient Trader, a little gem that popped up unheralded on Xbox Live Indie Games recently. It’s a real discovery.

(Read more at GamingUnion)

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