Fishing Cactus has released the next entry in the Typing Chronicles franchise with the RPG adventure Nanotale on PC and Google Stadia. The spiritual successor to the award-winning typing adventure Epistory has left its 18-month long early access journey and can be found on Steam, GOG, and Google Stadia
In this franchise entry players join a novice Archivist, Rosalind, on her heroic journey to save the world. This fantasy adventure completely changes typing as players type to use magic and cast spells in order to defeat enemies and discover hidden secrets of the dying world.
The story unfolds telling a tale of world falling apart. All of the last remnants of magic are fading and Rosalind sets out on a journey through a magical valley to collect nature samples and catalog the mysterious happenings. All of her effort is directed towards finding out why the world is dying.
Combining the best elements from typing, adventure and RPG games, Nanotale lets players explore the world and interact with other characters while solving puzzles and taking out enemies with magic. Every single action in game from menu controls to movement and combat is done through typing on a keyboard. Players are challenged to sharpen their typing skills. Localizations are available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Russia, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.
We’re delighted to share that Nanotale is now available on Steam, GOG and Google Stadia! It’s been a dream to develop the ultimate typing adventure and we’ve learned so much from Epistory and our time in Early Access. We want to share Nanotale with as many people as possible and can’t wait for players to experience it!Bruno Urbain, CEO of Fishing Cactus
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.