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In Verbis Virtus

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Use your real voice to cast spells in In Verbis Virtus, a fantasy adventure unlike any other.

Step into the shoes of a wizard in search of an ancient power. Explore a lost temple, making your way through forgotten chambers brimming with unspeakable beauty and terror. Unlock spells and use them to solve the temple’s enigmas and battle the monsters that lurk in its depths.

Built on the Unreal Engine, lose yourself in the breathtaking world of In Verbis Virtus, possibly the most unique and immersive game you’ll play all year.

Key Features

  • Cast spells in Maha’ki, the language of the gods, using your own voice.
  • Discover and learn multiple spells, each with its own purpose and power.
  • Solve challenging puzzles, escape traps and battle monsters with magic.
  • Explore a lost temple, uncovering the secrets of its mysterious past, as well as your own.
  • Experience stunning graphics powered by the Unreal Engine.
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Indomitus Games
Indomitus Games
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP3 / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: 2.0+ GHz dual core processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD2000 series or higher, Geforce 8000 series or higher, minimum 256MB dedicated memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires a microphone (notebook integrated ones do not guarantee best performance)
  • OS: Windows 7 / 8
  • Processor: 2.4+ GHz quad core processor
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD6000 series or higher, Geforce 400 series or higher, minimum 1GB dedicated memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Headset microphone
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Looking For challenging Puzzles? Are you Onto Magic? Are you open to Concepts that differ from playing normally on the PC? Then I can only recommend you In Verbis Virtus. Controlling the Game is very easy. Basically, you're used to moving with WASD. Items are used by Pressing E. The exciting Part of In Verbis Virtus, however, is the Action of Magic, because this is done via the Microphone and the actual Pronouncing of Magic Formulas. To do this, you can decide whether to use English or for full Immersion, the invented Language that leans on Latin. This even works smoothly. And even if there are Problems, other Language profiles can be chosen or even created. These make the Game better recognise the Words. At the Beginning of the Game you start in a Desert, still completely without magical Abilities. One is introduced to the basic Control, on the Way to a Temple. In this Temple we receive our first magical Formula after a short Time. By Holding the left Mouse button and the Words "Lumeh Tial," a bright Light appears in our Hand immediately after releasing the left Mouse button. With our new Ability, we can then enter another dark Area. We can Finish the Spell by a simple Click with the right Mouse button. This is especially necessary if we want to speak another Spell. Over Time, we learn more and more Spells that help us solve new Puzzles and discover new Ways. Achja: If you play with the invented Language, you can read the Spells in the Diary, so that you can get to know the Pronunciation with you. The Developers thought along well. The Concept is not completely new, but very rarely used. For Example, at Tom Clancy's Hawx, where it didn't work quite as well and therefore hadn't been so much Fun. The Puzzles themselves are still very simple at the Beginning, but then quickly increase with Difficulty. In some Cases, Puzzles are open to recognizable as such. Sometimes, however, you are also at an Impasse and doubt whether this is the right Way to go about it at all. The Puzzles themselves, but are not their own Windows in which Sliding tasks are then to be solved. Instead, they integrate completely into the Game World. An Example of a nice Puzzle at this Point (for those who don't want to Spoiler themselves: Just keep reading from the next Paragraph): At one Point there is a gear at the End of which a Large, golden Eye Symbol is set up. In another Room, there is the Hint that only those worthy with their heads bent are slowly reaching out to the great Observer. And this Text is to be understood verbatim. Look At the Ground, slowly run through the Aisle towards the Eye and then slowly lift your Head and look at the Eye. This is The only way the Eye reveals its Secret. Great Idea! One Point I don't like is a Change that was introduced with one of the latest Updates. Already at the Beginning of the Game you get to deal with a small Horde of Beetles. These keep popping up in Aisles and putting us on the Pelle. With the right Magic, they are no longer a Challenge, just annoying. And that really doesn't have to be. All in all, I am generally bothered that it is possible to die. That shouldn't have been, not at a Puzzle Game. Of Course, if you draw the Comparison to Portal: There are also Opponents there. But these are integrated as Puzzles, as you have to consider how to get by. Even such are found in In Verbis Virtus. The Bugs, however, are not integrated into a Puzzle, but a Fight. You can't say otherwise. They disrupt the Atmosphere. Finally, the Graphics: For an Early Access title from an independent Studio, the Graphics are really solid. And the Levels are really beautifully designed and sometimes really an Eye Splendor. The Soundtrack can be heard and I have noticed Bugs from time to time, but not that it would disturb conspicuously. So I can only encourage every Puzzle lover to play this Game as long as my negative Criticisms don't bother too much.
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