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Jun 5th, 2019

Out Now: Swords & Souls: Neverseen

A lighthearted singleplayer RPG, now available exclusively on Kartridge.

In 2015, French indie developers Soul Game Studio released a web game called Swords & Souls. It was an RPG with an emphasis on character and stat growth, to say nothing of its often tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, and fans were instantly hooked. Since its release it has remained the top game on web portals and Kongregate… number one out of over one hundred and twenty thousand different games on the latter, to be specific.

Now, after years of development and polish, a new installment is finally here. Available exclusively on Kartridge and coming to other PC platforms later this year, Swords & Souls: Neverseen is a singleplayer story-light RPG that keeps the mechanics and gameplay fans love, while polishing and expanding upon them to deliver a much bigger game with many more surprises. Learn more about Swords & Souls: Neverseen and get it on Kartridge!

As the game opens, players find themselves shipwrecked on a mysterious island, only to quickly be swept up in a conflict between the eccentric locals and a powerful witch. They’ll need to fight, train, fight, and train some more to battle their way across the island, using the game’s unique stat-boosting minigames to hone their abilities for battle. Along the way, they can hire mercenaries, fill out and invest in a museum, build a house to improve their levelling, and more. Swords & Souls: Neverseen aims to be a lighthearted, fun and humorous experience for players who love fighting, character improvement, and toppling seemingly impossible challenges.

Soul Game Studio is a two-man development team based in France. Swords & Souls: Neverseen is their first premium title. We are incredibly proud to have been part of their journey, and we hope you enjoy playing the game.

Swords & Souls: Neverseen

A unique singleplayer RPG from French indie developers Soul Game Studio.

About the Author

Dora Breckinridge

After nearly a decade as an indie gaming journalist, Dora brings her passion for games and the people who make them to Armor Games Studios as one of our producers.