Sorcery! Is a game from the Gamebook series of four transplant, mainly based on the combat fantasy series of creation, has a strong American style, play and the original similar, with a huge 3D map and touch screen function for the fighting system.
2.3 and up
A thrilling adventure set in a land full of magic, monsters, traps, and magic.
Eurogamer: “You should choose this adventure.”
“Inkle’s Sorcery adaptation!” This takes the genre to a whole different level.” — Kotaku
Sorcery! is a reimagining of the bestselling Fighting Fantasy series by Steve Jackson. Interactive adventure that spans four chapters. It features a whole world of traps and monsters as well as magic and mayhem. You can cast spells that have wild and strange consequences. Take chances–Gamble alongside goblins. Explore caves and mines. Survive if you can..!
* Your story is unique: There are thousands of options, and all of them will be remembered
* Follow a hand-drawn route
* A unique combat system that relies on deception and bluff
* TIME magazine’s Game of the Year 2014, 80 DAYS.
“Beautifully realized… this gripping story has us well-and truly hooked” — Pocket Gamer, Gold Award
“Sometimes, I feel like I am wasting my time writing reviews when I should be just pointing out a game and asking that people play it. This is one such time. Steve Jackson’s Sorcery This is a fantastic fantasy storybook adventure. It is beautifully illustrated and well-told, so anyone who is even slightly interested in this genre should not miss it.” — Gamezebo
“Let’s not mince any words… Sorcery is a unique combination of tabletop-like and roleplaying (including an amazing combat system that’s unlike anything I have ever seen) and intricate branching paths with custom scripts that preserve the feeling of Steve Jackson’s works make me want to… yes, HAVE TO acquire it.” – Press Start.
You will find original illustrations by John Blanche, Eddie Sharam’s character art (DC Comics), as well as an interactive map by Mike Schley from Wizards of the Coast.
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