Sorcery!

Sorcery!


From legendary designer Steve Jackson, co-founder of Lionhead Studios (with Peter Molyneux), and Fighting Fantasy and Games Workshop (with Ian Livingstone); and inkle, the studio behind the award-winning Frankenstein app, Sorcery! is an interactive adventure like never before.

"You should choose to own this adventure" -- Eurogamer

"Inkle's adaptation of Sorcery! takes the genre to a whole new level" -- Kotaku

"This is some of 2013′s best interactive storytelling" -- IGN UK

"Beautifully realised ... this gripping tale has us well and truly hooked" -- Pocket Gamer (Gold Award)

"Incredibly impressed" -- Touch Arcade

"Sometimes I feel like I'm wasting my time writing a review when I should really just be pointing at a game and demanding that people play it. This is one of those times. Steve Jackson's Sorcery! is an absolutely marvellous fantasy storybook adventure. Lushly illustrated and expertly told, it should not be missed by anyone even remotely interested in the genre." -- Gamezebo

"Let’s not mince words here... Sorcery’s unique blend of tabletop-like roleplaying (including an incredible combat system quite unlike anything I’ve seen before), and elaborate branching pathways with custom scripts preserving the feeling of Steve Jackson’s work make me now want to… no, HAVE TO acquire it" - Just Press Start

The app uses inklewriter technology to tell your journey in real-time, shaping the story around your choices. The text itself changes based on how you play and what you do, and in combat, the action is described on the fly based on how you play.

Featuring original illustrations by John Blanche, new character art by Eddie Sharam (DC Comics), an interactive map by Mike Schley (Wizards of the Coast).

"The Shamutanti Hills" is Part 1 of 4. Part 2, "Kharé: Cityport of Traps", is coming soon to the Play Store! (Part 2 will load all of your completed Part 1 games to continue your adventure.)

Recent changes:
Now includes the Rewind button introduced in Sorcery! 3, making it easier to scroll back through the story and try out different choices.
• 1.2.2: Fixes a crash on some devices
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About Sorcery!
From legendary designer Steve Jackson, co-founder of Lionhead Studios (with Peter Molyneux), and Fighting Fantasy and Games Workshop (with Ian Livingstone); and inkle, the studio behind the award-winning Frankenstein app, Sorcery! is an interactive adventure like never before.

"You should choose to own this adventure" -- Eurogamer

"Inkle's adaptation of Sorcery! takes the genre to a whole new level" -- Kotaku

"This is some of 2013′s best interactive storytelling" -- IGN UK

"Beautifully realised ... this gripping tale has us well and truly hooked" -- Pocket Gamer (Gold Award)

"Incredibly impressed" -- Touch Arcade

"Sometimes I feel like I'm wasting my time writing a review when I should really just be pointing at a game and demanding that people play it. This is one of those times. Steve Jackson's Sorcery! is an absolutely marvellous fantasy storybook adventure. Lushly illustrated and expertly told, it should not be missed by anyone even remotely interested in the genre." -- Gamezebo

"Let’s not mince words here... Sorcery’s unique blend of tabletop-like roleplaying (including an incredible combat system quite unlike anything I’ve seen before), and elaborate branching pathways with custom scripts preserving the feeling of Steve Jackson’s work make me now want to… no, HAVE TO acquire it" - Just Press Start

The app uses inklewriter technology to tell your journey in real-time, shaping the story around your choices. The text itself changes based on how you play and what you do, and in combat, the action is described on the fly based on how you play.

Featuring original illustrations by John Blanche, new character art by Eddie Sharam (DC Comics), an interactive map by Mike Schley (Wizards of the Coast).

"The Shamutanti Hills" is Part 1 of 4. Part 2, "Kharé: Cityport of Traps", is coming soon to the Play Store! (Part 2 will load all of your completed Part 1 games to continue your adventure.)

Recent changes:
Now includes the Rewind button introduced in Sorcery! 3, making it easier to scroll back through the story and try out different choices.
• 1.2.2: Fixes a crash on some devices

Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
I still have the original book 2 and for those that complain about the story length its pretty much the length of the book. Was great nostalgic value in it for me
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
Fantastic!! Wickedly inventive and highly produced choose your own path adventure game. Visually stunning, wonderfully written, intuitive controls and great fun to play. Has multiple paths to choose from, and definitely deserves multiple play-throughs to see everything the game holds. Easily the best RPG i've played on a mobile phone.
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
Fairly good, but pricey The game itself is good, but short. Choices are sometimes interesting, sometimes guesses. I was killed several times, but to be fair not without warning. Still, they did not always feel fair (without combat) nor interesting (just don't turn left). Oftentimes I had an idea that was just not available. Oh well. Computer games can never be truly interactive like pen and paper RPGs. Overall, I liked the game and do not regret buying it, but I probably won't buy the next in the series.
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
Awesome game!! Never played anything like it. The sequels are even better!!
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
Too short to rate any higher I don't understand how this game has such a high rating. It's a terrible value. I finished it in an hour and a half. Wish I could return it because of the length of game play and because it has absolutely no replay value. Other than that it has good storytelling and game mechanics. If you could get 3 parts for say $2 a piece then I would give it 5 stars but as is I just can't recommend it to anyone. It just ends abruptly and offers up the next chapter if you want to cough up another $5. Too bad...
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