(21 Nov 2020) The National Museum of Taiwan Literature (NMTL) on Friday (Nov. 20) has announced its upcoming online game “1940,” which gives players the thrill of saving the world in the future.
The museum unveiled “1940” in the southern city of Tainan, saying the two-year project will be available for download next year. The game was inspired by the real-life story of Taiwanese writer Liu Na’ou (劉吶鷗), who was killed by an unknown gunman in Shanghai in 1940.
Founded in October 2003, NMTL is Taiwan’s first national museum dedicated to literary arts. It houses readings, video footage, and the original manuscripts of Taiwanese writers as well as a literary library containing over 30,000 items.
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