Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse Coming to Android, Uses Kickstarter to Launch (Video)

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  • 04 Sep 2012
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  • The famous point and click adventure series Broken Sword is headed to a new title called Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse, that will also reach Android and it will launch in early 2013. Other platforms for the game are iOS, PC and Mac and Revolution Software also wants to bring the game to the PSN and Xbox Live.

    The company is asking for $400,000 on Kickstarter to fund the development of the game. The recipe is kept: a 2D point and click adventure with charismatic characters and lots of enigmas. On Kickstarter you need to pledge $15 to get a digital copy of the game, with access to exclusive digital content included, like developer diaries, game artwork and archive videos. The Serpent’s Curse will offer hand drawn 2D visuals, 3D modeled characters and it appears that many artists from big companies are working on this one, like people from Disney, Dreamworks, Universal, Sony and Nickelodeon.

    In Serpent’s Curse the main character is George Stobbart, an American lawyer, accompanied by Nico Collard, a freelance journalist. They’re sent to Paris to investigate the theft of a mystery painting. As usual occult forces and dark enemies are hidden in the background and you’ll discover them as you progress in the story.  I really can’t wait for this title to arrive in 2013!

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