An atmospheric typing adventure, Nanotale, from indie developer Fishing Cactus is heading towards an early access release date in October.
Taking on the role of Archivist Rosalind, players are pulled into a magical quest to save the dying planet. From a previous announcement, it became known that all a player has at their disposal in this endeavor is their typing skill.
A world on the brink of destruction as the heart of magic pumps its last beats lies before the player. Through collecting plant and rock samples in a magical valley along with cataloging mysterious occurrences will the secrets begin to unravel to the looming planets demise.
We are so glad to be bringing another addition to the Typing Chronicles franchise. The typing mechanic gives players a unique way to experience this adventure-action RPG hybrid. Fans of Epistory will appreciate how Nanotale plays on the strength of its predecessor and new players will soon realise how addictive typing your way through hordes of enemies is.Bruno Urbain, CEO of Fishing Cactus
Through delivering a blend of typing adventure and RPG experience players will discover and interact with other characters, solve puzzles, and unleash magic to defeat enemies. Nanotale is designed to draw players in with its rich story and unique game mechanics that are completely dependent upon the keyboard. During a players journey they are constantly challenged to sharpen their typing skills.
Nanotale is set for an October 23, 2019 early access release date on Steam and can be wishlisted now. The early access game version has translations for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Chinese, Japanese, Korean. Commercial release for Nanotale is slated for 2020. For the latest information about Nanotale visit the game’s website at nanotalegame.com or follow @nanotalegame on Twitter.
Fishing Cactus (@FishingCactus Twitter) is an independent game developer that consists of 20 individuals. The developer is based in Mons, Belgium with a company goal to showcase their originality and ability to thrive in a nation without many game development companies. Fishing Cactus is the developer of Ary, AlgoBot, and the award winning Epistory.