A green forest background with an orange fox standing upright. He is wearing a green tunic and a red scarf. In one hand he holds a sword above his head and in the other, he is holding a silver shield with a blue center and red cross.
Tunic is a video game that follows a sword-wielding fox through a pretechnological time. Players explore wild landscapes, discover ruins, and fight creatures. It is developed by Canadian indie creator Andrew Shouldice and published by Finji. Tunic has been widely compared to The Legend of Zelda, from which it draws both aesthetic and premise-based inspiration. As of November 2020, Tunic has not yet been released for gameplay. The key art often used to promote tunic (and seen on this button) is hand-painted by Erica June.
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