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Who will live to tell the tale...?

Something strange is happening in the land of Rydanthia.  You arrive in the town of Northern Cross and quickly discover things are not what they seem.  Merchants tell stories of nearby towns that are deserted.  There are frightening creatures lurking in the forest.  Can you solve the mysteries surrounding this threat?  Can you live to tell the tale?


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A classic adventure game

At it's core, Phoenix Tales is an adventure game.  Modeled after classic point-and-click style games of the 1990's, you'll have to use your wits to solve the puzzles.

rpg elements

Gain experience and level up your character as you progress through the game.  With individual stats and several weapon / armor upgrades to find, Phoenix Tales is an RPG-lite experience too!

a unique combat system

While you'll need your brain to solve the mysteries plaguing the town of Northern Cross, sometimes a little brawn comes in handy too.  Master a unique combat system that requires both timing and strategy!

multiple playable characters

Sometimes being a hero requires help.  Along the way, you'll meet a companion who will prove to be quite helpful on your quest.  He has his own play style, attributes, and attacks.

A fully immersive and detailed world

Using real world locations and motion capture actors, which are then "cartooned" into a unique art style, there is plenty to see, do, and explore.


Watch the trailer

Check out the official trailer for Phoenix Tales.


Reviews

Steam review

" Very unique art style that works really well for a point & click adventure game. The characters each have a unique personality that adds depth and humor to the game. "

adventuregamers.com

"AGE is the latest to merge the two genres with their newly-released Phoenix Tales, a fantasy adventure with some light turn-based combat that attempts to emulate the genre hybrid classics of the 1990s."

Steam review

A solid adventure point and click with good dialog, and the RPG element adds something more to the already existing genre."


Want to see more about Phoenix Tales?

Check out 15 minutes of gameplay with Steve DiLeo, the creator of Phoenix Tales.  He shows off the games mechanics, combat, and does some exploring.