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Genre: Adventure, Indie, Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: PC (Microsoft Windows)

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You are the Harbinger, a skilled warrior who exists outside of time. You have foreseen the annihilation of the land known as Urralia and have been summoned to rewrite its fate. With the power to witness and alter the last moments of Urralia’s inhabitants, it’s up to you to weave a new narrative, pave the way to a brighter future, and give the world of Urralia a second chance.

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WraithWard
5 reviews

Alright 80%

I beautiful, stylistic game with incredible world build up and character development. If I had to sum it up in three words I would say that this game is an incredible adventure. The game makes you care for the characters and their fate. The main character is a blank slate and that could a good thing but it also takes away from the potential impact it could give. The game mechanics are relatively bare-bones and could be fleshed out farther. The gr... Read More

Positive points
Great Story
Deep Fleshed out world
Great Character Development
Dedicated Voice acting
Great Music
Negative points
Main character is a blank slate
Serviceable Graphics
Bare-bones game mechanics
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Smile
1 reviews

Fair 70%

Very nice game.
A new idea has been put forward and its application is excellent.
I thank those who designed this small masterpiece.
I highly recommend her experience to anyone who wants a small break from other games

Positive points
The new idea was implemented to the fullest
Negative points
Control was sometimes unsatisfactory