Independent game developer Fishing Cactus has added an Arena mode and for their typing RPG adventure Nanotale that is now also available on Linux and Mac. This latest entry in the Typing Chronicles franchise was previously released on PC for Windows and Google Stadia this past March when the game left its 18-month long early access journey.
Released as the spiritual successor to the award-winning typing adventure Epistory, Nanotale puts players in the shoes of a novice Archivist named Rosalind. The tale features a fantasy world on the brink of destruction, and Rosalind has set out on a journey through a vast magical valley to collect nature samples and catalogue mysterious coincidences in an attempt to unravel the secrets behind the current doom her world is facing.
We are proud to be able to share Nanotale with Linux and Mac users! We’ve learned so much since bringing the game to PC players, and we’re excited to bring the hotly requested Arena mode from Epistory. We want to share Nanotale with as many people as possible and can’t wait for more people to experience Rosalind’s epic adventure!Bruno Urbain, CEO of Fishing Cactus
With the Linux and Mac release of Nanotale comes an update that adds the Arena mode from Epistory. The Arena mode puts players in an infinite battle mode where they can enjoy smashing their keyboard to defeat the various enemies coming for them. To differentiate Nanotale from the previous game, the developers have added a new twist where in addition to random waves there are objectives to maximize one’s score. There are three arenas for this mode with Deseret available now and the Caves and Forest will follow week by week.
Several other changes can be seen in the game with the update. Help markers or rather a question mark on the map will indicate where players will need to go next. Dialogues will now highlight the important parts helping players catch important details if they read too fast.
Nanotale is available on PC for Windows, Linux, and Mac through Humble Bundle, Steam, and GOG for $19.99 USD. In addition Nanotale is available on Google Stadia for $19.99 USD. A Nanotale – Typing Chronicles Soundtrack is also available for $4.99 USD. For more 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.
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