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Ord. is a story told three words at a time.
release date: 5 Jun, 2019
developer: Mujo Games
publisher: Stuffed Wombat
About This Game Play the demo here:
Ord. is a tiny text adventure.
Embark on a quest to defeat an evil warlock and find yourself confronted with a series of (more or less) serious decisions. Death is just one choice away, but do not worry - next time will be different. You can try again. And again.
- Fast-paced storytelling.
- Multiple endings.
- Lots of secrets.
Ord. will only initially release in English. We are looking into localisation.
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7 SP1+
Processor: SSE2 instruction set support.
Memory: 256 MB RAM
Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities.
DirectX: Version 10
Storage: 100 MB available space
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Ord. user review
Brilliant concept and genuinely funny. Well worth the money. I really hope more stories will be added in the future!
Interesting concept, i wouldn't mind a text-based rpg but this is very "do the right thing or die" and quickly becomes repetative.
I only bought it because I liked the achievements, but I actually enjoyed the game and I spent good 2 hours in it. For the price definitely worth it! Now is wait for steam let me display the achieviments haha.
I thought it was going to be a small novel idea for a game, telling a story three words at a time. I love imaginative text based games, so I saw this and was curious. I have spent quite a few hours on this game, and even the replay value is quite intriguing to say the least. The whole of the world is left up to me and my own personal interpretation of what I imagine to be, and every new play through doesn't feel like it rehashes the same imagery. It's minimalism allows for the game to feel different just a little at a time, but over time a little can make quite the difference. I recommend this game to anyone who enjoys personal visualizations, playing around with ones own minds eye.
Just three words result in a game which is simple, evocative and charming. Each play-through will last from a few seconds, to a few minutes, and a level of randomness means that each story feels like a mini-exploration, rather than mining a dialogue tree for all endings.
Very comfy game. Nice sound design. Gameplay wise I feel like it's similar in a lot of ways to Reigns. I've only played a little bit for now and it gets a bit repetetive already, but I'll push on and update this review later.
Great, unique, and thought provoking.
Possibly the most real to life game ever made. Except for the fantasy parts obviously. But the repetition day after day where most of what you do doesn't matter. Until you answer that one spam email.... spoilers.
A truly effective way to tell stories. The mysteriousness of those three words with their subtle chords and the occasional background effect conjures an interactive tone like no other. It’s bizarre to consider the complex imagery I’ve developed for the locations and events from the ‘Foul Things’ story despite the game’s limited input. It goes to show that impactful storytelling stems from the reader’s interpretation as guided by precise word choice.