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Steve Jackson’s Fantasy Epic Sorcery! Returns to iOS and Android

Steve Jackson's Fantasy Epic Sorcery! Returns to iOS and Android

Steve Jackson’s Fantasy Epic Sorcery! Returns to iOS and Android

inkle, developers of the award-winning mobile game 80 Days, have released Sorcery! 3: The Seven Serpents for iPhone/iPad and Android


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Time travel, a massive open world, and seven deadly serpents make this new narrative game the most complex Sorcery! adventure yet. With a massively branching storyline that literally writes itself around your choices. This highly flexible interactive narrative can be enjoyed fresh as a standalone adventure, or as a continuation of previous Sorcery! installments with the consequences of past choices woven into the story.

Sorcery! 3: The Seven Serpents takes this acclaimed series’ most-loved elements to an exciting new level with masterful writing, whimsical hand-drawn illustrations, rich soundtrack, turn-based combat, magic spells, and optional dice mini-game.

Every choice comes at a price and many will impact Sorcery!‘s climactic final chapter, The Crown of Kings.

Joseph Humfrey, inkle’s development director: “Rich, interactive storytelling is a hugely underdeveloped area in video games, one we believe has strong potential to shape the medium. To this end we’ve used each Sorcery! installment to try new ideas, and Part 3 is no exception. Exploring this open world leaves a trail of narrative breadcrumbs that creates a story unique to you. With so many choices to make and paths to pursue, the adventure will be surprising and fresh for longtime Sorcery! fans as well as for those trying it out for the first time.”

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Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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