Fishing Cactus has unleashed the studio’s newest RPG adventure in the Typing Chronicles franchise, Nanotale into early access on Steam.
Armed with only their keyboard players are taken to an atmospheric fantasy world in dire trouble. As players wonder the land in the role of a novice Archivist named Rosalind they will cast powerful spells to manipulate the environment to solve puzzles and destroy foes. Each and every action by the player is dependent upon the careful finger dexterity of each keystroke.
Magic is dying and the world is on the brink of destruction. Journeying to a magical valley Rosalind hopes that through cataloging mysterious occurrences and collecting samples will the secrets behind the looming end of the world be revealed.
We are happy to release Nanotale on Steam Early Access and can’t wait to hear what players think. Combining adventure and action RPG elements, Nanotale brings a fresh take on typing games, which we hope fans of the genre will appreciate.Bruno Urbain, CEO of Fishing Cactus
The early access game version has translations for English. French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese versions will follow soon after the early access launch.
Nanotale is now available on Steam as an early access title for $14.99 USD. The commercial release is slated for 2020. For the most up-to-date 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. Based in Mons, Belgium the developer’s goal is 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 in the Typing Chronicles franchise.