The developer certainly doesn’t do games as everyone else does, as can be seen with titles like Graveyard Keeper (see preview) or Punch Club (see news) that aren’t only strange genre mixes, but also have a weird sense of humor and a great pixel art style.
So it doesn’t come as a surprise that the newest game Swag and Sorcery is about an epic quest to find the king’s missing suit, a plot device as ingenious and silly as it can be. Gameplay-wise, one has to build a fantasy village, train and equip heroes, and send them out to collect lots of stuff (or swag). Making sure that they don’t die, they have to pulled back from dangerous fights, because otherwise they’ll lose the precious loot. It all sounds rather simple and grind-y, but that’s the whole point of this humorous take on the RPG adventure genre.
The game is out now on PC with a 25% launch discount on GOG that will last until tomorrow, May 20th, 1pm UTC. Owners of Graveyard Keeper, Punch Club, The Final Station, Party Hard, Party Hard 2, and Hello Neighbor receive it with an additional 10% off.