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Epistory - Typing Chronicles

Rating Summary

Based on 13 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

58%

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Based on 13 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCMar 30, 2016

Developer: Fishing Cactus

Publisher: Plug In Digital

Genres: Interactive Story, Adventure

Epistory is an atmospheric adventure typing game that tells the story of a writer lacking inspiration who asks her muse to help write her latest book. In Epistory you play the muse, a fictional character in a world where everything is untold. Your adventure begins on a blank page, but the world will soon become larger and livelier as you gather inspiration, solve its mysteries and defeat its enemies. From movement to opening chests and fighting in epic battles, every element in the game is controlled exclusively with the keyboard. As you progress and explore the fantasy origami world, the story literally unfolds in the writer’s mind and the mysteries of the magic power of the words are revealed.

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It takes about six hours to get through the campaign, but it's engaging throughout. Each dungeon adds a new twist to the exploration, and each new piece of typing magic increases the complexity of the combat. The base mechanic may conjure up thoughts of Mavis Beacon, but so much has been built onto that foundation, making Epistory - Typing Chronicles so much greater than just a typing game.

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An original and very well developed idea gives birth to a fascinating, entertaining and quite challenging adventure.

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It really is a lovely thing, offering a good amount of game for a tenner, rising above its own gimmick to be a little bit special.

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Epistory doesn't try to do too much, instead focusing on perfect execution of what it does. The world is gorgeously crafted around you as the narrator lulls you into contentment, but the creeping insect enemies will keep you moving and actively entertained.

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