So now that Linux and Mac players can rejoice. The next fantasy adventure in the Typing Chronicles, Nanotale, comes with a port. Also, if that wasn’t enough, Fishing Cactus is adding a new mode. The hotly requested Arena mode is out for all versions of the game. While offering endless replay for keyboard adventurers and travelers.
Releasing back in March on Steam, GOG, and Google Stadia. Nanotale tells a tale of a fantasy world on the brink of ruin. All while the last bits of magic die out. Play as Rosalind as you take on a journey through the vast magical valley. Due to collect nature samples and catalog strange events. Doing so in an attempt to unravel the secrets around the looming demise of their world.
Nanotale Release Trailer
“We are proud to be able to share Nanotale with Linux and Mac users!” said Bruno Urbain, CEO of Fishing Cactus. “We’ve learned so much since bringing the game to PC players. And we’re excited to bring the hotly requested Arena mode from Epistory. We want to share Nanotale with as many people as possible. And can’t wait for more people to experience Rosalind’s epic adventure!”
Nanotale combines the best elements from typing, adventure, and RPG games. All while players stumble upon and interact with other characters. Spending time trying to solve puzzles and unleash stirring magical abilities. All due to defeat foes and discover mysteries in the fantasy world. Including movement to combat, even menu controls, all use keyboard typing. Hence testing players to sharpen their typing skills all over the game. Nanotale is available in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish. Including Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.