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A Tale of Caos: Overture


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A Tale of Caos: OvertureLife is full of adventures, and in A Tale of Caos: Overture, you dive straight into a particularly fantastic one. Playing as female protagonist Terribilia Van Quinn (or Terry, for short) under the direction of your master Albion McMaster and alongside your trusty mechanical avian friend Heimlich, you set off on a dangerous mission to obtain a dangerous artifact. But things are not as simple as they seem, with McMaster shrouding himself in mystery, secrecy, and cunning, compounded by the naivety and impulsive, whimsical nature of Terry.

Meanwhile, Heimlich is in the middle, trying to connect the dots with neither side allowing him a pencil. But with her own skeletons banging on her closet door, will she be able to see the trees through the forest?

If you haven't heard of ExperaGamesStudio before, you owe it to yourself to check out our previous reviews on their A Matter of Caos and Rogue Quest series. Playing the prologue is also a good introduction to the world of man, machine, and characters in between. A Tale of Caos: Overture is available from Steam for $8.99, and if the prologue piques your interest, the three-part game will definitely keep you entertained for a good few hours. I don't have the space here to get into details of the controls, but they are explained well in-game and are much the same style as their previous games. While we eagerly await ExperaGamesStudio's next great adventure, I bet you'll have a Terribilia good time!

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The Windows 'Get the full version' link took me to the game 'The Witness' instead of 'A Tale of Caos'.

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