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Epistory - Typing Chronicles Will Come To Linux

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Epistory - Typing Chronicles is a rather unique looking atmospheric action/adventure game, and the developers have confirmed a Linux version is coming.

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About the game
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.

My PR people have confirmed it will come to Linux, but the developer has been vocal in their Steam forum to say it will as well.

Check out Epistory - Typing Chronicles on Steam, but don't you dare buy it until it's released. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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stan 8 Oct, 2015
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Cool, I like typing games :). And there will be a French (and German) translation!
Miqueye 8 Oct, 2015
very, very nice. it looks not just to be what I like, but more what I *need* ...since my typing seems to be more on the horror/survival side of things.
btw.: anyone got any tips for a nice typing game while I'm waiting for this?
thanks!

best,
Michael
Keyrock 8 Oct, 2015
Color me interested.
flesk 8 Oct, 2015
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Looks interesting. :)

Quoting: Miqueyebtw.: anyone got any tips for a nice typing game while I'm waiting for this?
thanks!

The only game I can think of with a similiar game mechanic is Wordtrap Dungeon from the developer of MouseCraft. It's only a prototype of a dungeon crawler/typing game though, and it's pretty dull.

EDIT: Oh, it was different from what I remembered, and not that kind of typing game at all. Much more similar to Letter Quest it seems. /EDIT

Actually, there's also this bundle of joke games that contains 30 Flights of Loathing, which is similar, but it's not available for Linux.

Something very different, but that's also spelling related is Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey, where you have to come up with words on your own to fight monsters. It's only in English though, so that can be hard if it isn't your native language.


Last edited by flesk on 8 October 2015 at 7:59 pm UTC
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