New trailer released alongside playable demo.
There’s now a playable demo for Just One Line, an indie title that describes itself as a ‘modern-day text adventure’.
Essentially that means a combination of choose-your-own-adventure-style branching storytelling, roleplaying and character creation components, and a pretty 3D world to set it all within.
The full game, which is set to receive modding tools next year, is potentially limitlessly huge – but the demo itself is in fact limited, to three quests as well as some meta-gamey goodness.
The Steam page is where to go to grab the demo. The full game’s available for £7/$10.
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