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by Mujo Games and Stuffed Wombat


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About the Story

Ord. is a game full of tiny text adventures.

Whether it is embarking on a quest to defeat an evil warlock or creating your own world as a god, Ord. tells stories that emphasise player choices and evocative fast-paced narratives.

Game Details

Language: English, Japanese, French, German, Castilian (en,ja,fr,de,es)
First Publication Date: June 5, 2019
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial
Development System: Unity
IFID: Unknown
TUID: gsmy91kkevlmn1jw

Editorial Reviews

Pure Nintendo
Review: ORD. (Nintendo Switch)
ORD. is a special game that lets you choose your own adventure via three words at a time. The stories are uniquely presented, making it creative to witness and enjoyable to play. It might not warrant a second playthrough once you've been through all the scenarios, but it's a fun journey nonetheless.
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Ord. Review (Nintendo Switch)
I was surprised with how addicting Ord. truly is. It would be easy to assume that the simplicity would compromise content, but that is absolutely not the case.

This is a game that can be revisited over and over, with a different outcome each time.
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Rapid Reviews UK
Ord. Review
Ord. has its moments as a fun, imaginative text adventure game, however its repetitive gameplay in order to witness all endings and lack of checkpoint system makes it a slog to replay. The complete lack of supporting graphics make it a bland game to look at, even more so to watch, and its significant lack of sound effect variety will leave you tempted to silence it entirely and opt for a solid Spotify playlist instead. If looking for a game you can dip into now and then to experience a new ending each time, Ord. may be perfect for you, however youíll need to keep track of the choices youíve made before in order to avoid following the same paths again.
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