Spellirium's Kickender Lets You Play The Alpha Version Now
Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:28
Spellirium is a word puzzle, point-and-click graphic adventure game where you spell words and solve puzzles to defeat the monsters that inhabit the land and to solve a mystery. Ryan Henson Creighton from Untold Entertainment talks about the development behind Spellirium and how you can be a part of finalizing the product. He also mentions that you can own the alpha version today by pre-ordering Spellirium. Pre-orders will help enhance the game to make it the best possible adventure game that it can be. However, the alpha version has no sound throughout the whole game and there are no cutscenes in the third act, but you can still enjoy the adventure that Spellirium has to offer. There are several pre-order tiers to choose from and all except the lowest tier will grant you the alpha version today and the full version when it is released. When will the full version be released you ask? As Ryan states, “When will it be finished? When it’s finished.”
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