Spiderweb Software announced today that the award-winning Geneforge Saga is now available on Steam at an incredible price of $19.99 with a special additional 20% off for the first week! That’s $100 in games for only $15.99! This Geneforge Saga is one of the great series of Indie gaming: Five full-length role-playing games telling one epic tale of rebellion and total war. As a Shaper, given the power to magically create life to serve you, it will be up to you to decide who prevails and who falls.
According to its press release:
“You are a Shaper. You have the power to create life. You can make living tools that obey your commands and powerful monsters that can crush all who oppose you. The Shapers rule the known lands, and any who try to rebel or learn their magical secrets are destroyed.
But the creations of the Shapers are tired of their endless servitude. They long to ally with humans jealous of their masters, seek the secrets of the Shapers, and create their own armies. From humble beginnings in remote wastelands, their rebellion will grow into a force that will ravage the world.
The two sides are so delicately balanced that one brave warrior can turn the tide. Will you help the rebels overthrow the Shapers? Will you help the Shapers regain their power, tempted by the incredible rewards they offer? You can help the rebellion, or you can crush it. Which side will you choose?”
The Geneforge games are truly innovative in their open-endedness. You can fight alone or create an army of beasts to follow you. Defeat your foes with battle or with stealth, diplomacy, and cunning. Help the so-called “bad guys” or join them. Whatever path you follow, the Geneforge Saga offers many, many hours of action and adventure.
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