Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery

Last month I spoke about a game called Galaxy Jumper and Emma Trithart left a comment saying she really liked this other game called Sword & Sworcery. I immediately ran to google to figure out what it was and she was right. This is a very cool and different game!
With an art direction totally based on pixels, Sword & Sworcery brings a very nice and magic atmosphere, combined with adventure (you have to fight with your sword against bad monsters that gets in your way) and the friendship you make with funny characters.

The jokes are good, the music and art direction are amazing and its delicious to play. You can even tweet your friends while you play so they know where you are on the game. Thumbs up! 😀
The video below gives a hint of what you’re going to see:

Audience Calibration Procedure from Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery on Vimeo.

Thank you very much Emma for the tip and Nathan for letting me test the game! 😀

[box icon=”heart”] ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Deborah is known in Brazil as Tartaruga Feliz (Happy Turtle). She’s a self-taught illustrator and animator who is born in Brazil. She travels the world while working, and attributes it to the best experience she has had in her life so far. You can see more of her work on her website, and she just launched a new website, Garatujas Fantásticas with 3 of her friends that has exclusive content for kids in Brazil! [/box]

6 Replies to “Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery”

  1. Emma says:

    Aw hey, I’m so glad you checked it out! I still haven’t finished the game actually, so thank you for reminding me! My little Scythian lady awaits.

    1. Thank you Emma, that was a very nice tip! I didn’t finish mine either, I have to! 😀

  2. I have this game! Oh! I love it so! SO much pixel goodness.

  3. Bethany Hissong says:

    I showed my son this post (thinking I was cool that I might know something he didn’t) and of course both my kids already own this! I love it when something so mainstream is done so aesthetically well.

  4. ella goodwin says:

    I love how much experimental illustration is going on in independent gaming at the moment having been a huge fan of Studios like Amanita since the early days. Fabulous!

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