Today, publisher Adult Swim Games announced it is continuing its trend of putting out weird and unique games with lone-wolf developer Andrew Morrish’s upcoming PC game Kingsway on July 18th.
Coming in at $9.99 USD, Kingsway is an RPG that uses a mock operating system to manage your adventure. What this means is that every element of the game is part of this said operating systems: enemies and traps are popups, quests are emails, and backpacks to organize your goodies are file folders.
In the game you can choose from a variety of character types each with their own special skills. As for the world, it is said to be randomly generated providing a unique playthrough every time. Which will be nice — because death is permanent.
According to the game’s Steam listing, you will be able to choose whether you want to be good or evil based of your actions and how you interact with fellow adventurers. Defeat powerful monsters to become a hero. Or murder and steal your way to the top. The choice is yours.
There is currently no word whether Kingsway will be making its way to other platforms — such as Mac, Linux or consoles. Below, you can check out a new trailer which accompanied today’s announcement: