In Verbis Virtus, the power of the voice conquers a new platform!

Milan, October 9, 2013 - Following the launch of the Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign, Indomitus Games finally gives voice to the many requests of its fans who wanted In Verbis Virtus also on Mac OS X: after a series of tests to port it on the Apple operating system we can say that Mac users will be able to shout spells as well as PC users!

The goal is to make the game accessible to as many players as possible, and future porting to other platforms is not excluded.

On the occasion of this event, to offer a deeper and more comprehensive presentation of In Verbis Virtus, Indomitus Games has released a new video on Indiegogo where it also describes the reasons behind the choice of the voice control and the fundraising campaign.

The Indiegogo campaign

Indomitus Games launched an Indiegogo campaign with the goal of raising at least $ 65,000 needed to complete the development of In Verbis Virtus. Making a contribution you can pre-purchase the game, furthermore you can get other gadgets and rewards.

About Indomitus Games

Indomitus Games is a group of young Italian artists and programmers who have joined forces to develop an innovative gaming product: In Verbis Virtus.

In Verbis Virtus

IVV is a fantasy voice recognition action-puzzle game, where the player, completely unarmed, founds himself plunged into obscure and labyrinthine dungeons. He can save himself only learning the arcane arts from ancient inscriptions that he finds along the way. Thanks to them, he will discover magic formulas that let him cast different spells and face several obstacles, solve puzzles and kill enemies.

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