Grail to the Thief audio game goes Free to Play

grail to the thief audio game goes free to play on linux mac windows pc

Grail to the Thief audio game goes Free to Play for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer For All To Play. Which is available on Steam.

For All To Play is eager to announce that our blind accessible audio game, Grail to the Thief. Now free to play in recognition of World Sight Day. This is the annual observed global event. Also designed to draw attention on blindness and vision impairment.

Grail to the Thief is an interactive audio adventure for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Which is also only playable using only sound, without the need for visuals. Game design takes the needs of the blind and visually impaired in mind. Likewise, everyone can play it.
As a result, the game delivers an exciting, immersive experience. Since the player is always fully aware of what is happening through the While using of voice-overs, sound effects, ambient sound and music.

Grail to the Thief Audio Game – Trailer

Grail to the Thief was successfully crowdfunded through Kickstarter on May 4, 2014. Which also received over $10,000 in pledges. The game was first released through the For All To Play website, foralltoplay.com, on September 10, 2014. It was later Greenlit by the Steam Community on May 13, 2015. Releasing on Steam on May 26, 2015.

About Grail to the Thief

Grail to the Thief stars Hank Krang, a thief from the future, and his self-aware time machine, TEDI, as they go throughout time stealing priceless artifacts. On their first adventure, Hank and TEDI travel to Arthurian times in search of the Holy Grail.

In Grail to the Thief, players make their choices through an RPG-style conversation tree, eliminating the confusion and frustration that comes with traditional text adventure games, which require players to type in commands to progress. The game is a nostalgic throwback to childhood favorites such as ZorkThe Hitchhiker’s Guide to the GalaxyDay of the Tentacle, and Grim Fandango, and draws inspiration from old BBC radio dramas and the movie Time Bandits.

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