Sorcery! Part Two arrives on iOS in November

By Dave Owen, Monday, 21 October 2013 10:09 GMT

The second installment to Sorcery!, the collaborative title from Fighting Fantasy co-creator Steve Jackson and text adventure company Inkle, is coming very soon to the App Store. Part 2, also known as Khare: Cityport of Traps, will double the narrative content of the first game, introduce complex story branches, new enemy types, and general improvements to gameplay.

To prepare for the new release there’ll be an update for Sorcery! that will allow players to carry their save files over into Part Two. It also offers up the option of playing as a female protagonist, and a new 3D spellcasting system in place of the current spellbook.

Thanks, Polygon.

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