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    First Gameplay Of Ingenious Narrative Card Adventure Foretales Revealed In New Trailer Out Now

    Indie developer Alkemi in partnership with Dear Villagers has revealed the new gameplay trailer for their upcoming narrative-driven card game Foretales. They are also proud to announce that Foretales will participate in both the press and public Steam Next Fest events, from June 13th at 10 am PST to June 20th at 10 am PST, where a playable demo will be available. Foretales is an ingenious narrative adventure that twists the card game genre with its “decksploration” mechanic that allows players to deal with their own adventure.

    Source: Dear Villagers

    In Foretales, play as Volepain, an avian small-time thief who assembles a party of anthropomorphic characters, including the tiger archer Léo, the gorilla Karst, the elephant Isabeau, and the parrot Pattenbois, in an attempt to save the collapsing world doomed by a dark prophecy. Each companion you team up with comes with unique skills and consumable cards to forge your path through a wide variety of scripted encounters and challenges. Whether you approach a scenario by using stealth, creating a ruse, making a trade or engaging in good old-fashioned fisticuffs is up to you. With every decision comes a different outcome, so play through Foretales to discover previously hidden secrets, new solutions to puzzles, and different narrative endings. Play your cards right and potentially save the world!


    Foretales’ tabletop and CCG-inspired gameplay are brought to life through gorgeous illustrative art that recalls the classic 2D animation of Disney’s golden era. The atmosphere is enhanced through a soundtrack by the legendary composer Christophe Héral (Beyond Good & Evil, Rayman Legends), accompanied by prolific character actor Travis Willingham, who offers his esteemed vocal talents as Foretales’ narrator.
    He is actually very shy, introvert but no choice, have to go out to buy games. He likes food and food likes him. He somehow manage to find a job with the right time accommodate to gaming. He has a very short attention span, therefore has to finish a game fast or else a simple pun can distract him for the entire day. Yes a Pun, he loves puns as much as he loves games; easily distracted, whichever comes next.


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