Open Sorcery: Sea++ Released

Open Sorcery: Sea++ is now available for Windows, macOS, and Linux on Steam, offering a text-based puzzle/adventure with the punniest title we've seen in a while. This is the follow-up to the original Open Sorcery, which came to Steam in 2017. Abigail Corfman and publisher Open Sorcery Games supply this trailer to help process what this is all about, and we've compiled the following details:
Open Sorcery: Sea++ takes inspiration from classic franchises such as the Zork® and Wishbringer® series from the golden era of adventuring but adds a contemporary user interface and a touch of resource management. You wake up at the bottom of the ocean, surrounded by your broken memories. You can interact with a variety of strange beings, like the wreckage-hording Packet Rat and a polyamorous triad of ghosts haunting the seabed. Items and spells can be cleverly used to accrue power as you navigate 19 challenging worlds and travel back to your body. Sail the ocean beneath our world on currents of emotion.

Open Sorcery: Sea++ was produced by Abigail Corfman, a freelance writer, game designer and software engineer. The game is challenging - the perfect companion to old-school fans of the genre. With its superb fiction and intuitive interface, the game offers a nostalgic trip down memory lane when your imagination was the key to the best of games.