Milan, May 8, 2014 - In Verbis Virtus will be available on Steam Early Access starting from May, 22. The store page is already online and there you can add the game to your Wishlist as well as sending us questions and comments. The fact that In Verbis Virtus will be released as an Early Access game means that the game is not yet 100% complete, but it can already be bought and played while it's being developed, receiving frequent updates for free. Customers who bought the Early Access version obviously will have the full version at no additional charge. In addition players will support us in the effort to complete the development, and will be able to help us by reporting bugs and suggesting improvements.
In Verbis Virtus currently supports only the PC platform but soon we will add support for Mac OS X. Text and interfaces will initially be in English and Italian, but over time we will add other languages. To pronounce the spells we expressely designed the Maha'ki fantasy language, alternatively English can be used.
About Indomitus Games
Indomitus Games is a group of young Italian artists and programmers who have joined forces to
develop an innovative gaming product: In Verbis Virtus.
In Verbis Virtus
In Verbis Virtus allows you to step in the shoes of a wizard and cast spells pronouncing them for real using a microphone.
You'll find yourself in a lost temple in a remote desert in search of an ancient source of knowledge. The magic of your voice will be the only weapon you have to deal with monsters, enigmas and traps.
In Verbis Virtus mixes action elements and puzzles in a fantasy setting with a complex background that you will discover in the course of the adventure.
- Evoke old magic with your voice, using Maha'ki language, the language of the gods.
- Use your spells to solve the enigmas that block your path.
- Face evil creatures with your arcane powers.
- Discover the history of the mysterious protagonist and of the decadent world that surrounds him.
- Explore the dangerous depths of the Temple.
- First-person view with spectacular graphics based on Unreal Engine.
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