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Indomitus Games Launches Indiegogo Campaign for In Verbis Virtus

Indomitus Games  Launches Indiegogo Campaign for In Verbis Virtus

Indomitus Games Launches Indiegogo Campaign for In Verbis Virtus

Help this fantasy action-puzzler in which you cast spells using your actual voice become a reality


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After having invested significant time, energy and money into In Verbis Virtus, indie developer Indomitus Games is asking for your support in the game’s final development phases.

In Verbis Virtus is a first-person game for PC that mixes action and puzzle elements in a fantasy setting.

You play as a wizard who can cast spells by pronouncing magic formulas. The innovation of this game resides in the control system: the player must use a microphone to perform spells by actually saying the magic words. In fact the title could be translated from Latin as “Power is in Words.”

Indomitus is looking to release In Verbis Virtus in Q1 2014. A demo is currently avaiiable.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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