Swordbreaker: Origins Demo - Choose-Your-Own-Adventure in Steam

A demo version of our illustrated quest has been released!
Try it: Swordbreaker: Origins Demo in Steam

The Mingals are approaching the borders of Dorgan when the royal army appears on the other side of the bridge. Among the soldiers, there’s our hero in shining armor, whose name is Swordbreaker. He has to either win with everyone or suffer a shameful defeat and condemn the whole kingdom to extermination.
But all this will happen a bit later...

As for now, the young adventurer lives a peaceful life and can’t even imagine what is waiting for him ahead... Strange events take place in the territory of the kingdom of Dorgan. People talk about the mysterious strangers in the northern marshes; someone saw mysterious objects falling from the sky; other people heard a strange hum from under the ground. And one can only guess how many unknown creatures are hidden in forest thickets and dark caves... All this attracts the young man to throw himself into the abyss of incredible adventures.

The game will tell about the adventures of Swordbreaker, which happened to him long before the events of the first game. How will his fate be sealed and will he become the adventurer we know? Or will his life take a completely different turn? All this will depend only on the player...


  • Nonlinear story
  • 8 incredible endings of the game
  • The vast expanses of the kingdom to explore
  • Many interesting places and situations
  • Beautiful comic illustrations
  • Mini games

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I have the first Swordbreaker in Steam. And I played it. I guess i did even porst a review.

Playing the first one, I found it quite... strange. The story is simple, straight, and full of weird ideas like a flying saucer inside a medival castle - and it is not a big deal to any character. A kind of mish mash of ideas.

The narrative is not very articulated and there ae some problems I suppose comes from translation or something like that.

In short, I did not find it a great Interactive Fiction. But the images are awesome! One day I will hire the same artist to illustrate my games...

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