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Wield the power of the elements in Rules of Alchemy

Have you ever thought about how cool it would be to master an element? Just one element – it doesn’t even have to be one of the flashy ones, like fire. 

Take water, for example. Imagine being able to point your finger at a glass and have a cool, refreshing drink whenever you want. Sure, the tap does the same thing, but turning on a faucet isn’t such an exciting trick to show people at parties.

Rules of Alchemy isn’t interested in making you master one element, nor is it content with mastering all of them. No, Rules of Alchemy wants you to collect them all, and meld them together, to create increasingly powerful spell combinations. Why? To save the world, of course.

Drawing inspiration from action RPG classics like Diablo and Torchlight, but adding a decidedly addictive roguelike twist, Rules of Alchemy is an ARPG like no other, with an innovative take on spell casting to boot. 

Rules of Alchemy invites you to a land corrupted by the machinations of a crazed alchemist, and invites you to step into the shoes of the game’s hero, Asha, and master the elements to secure an ancient artefact – the only chance of bringing salvation to the shattered world.

As the saying goes, “know thy enemy”, so what better way to stop an alchemist than with alchemy, surely? 

Offering a unique spell system called the ‘Runegate’, Rules of Alchemy allows players to combine the elements to craft powerful new spells. With over 100 different spell combos, finding the best combination of elements to take down a huge assortment of powerful enemies is the name of the game.

In addition to the Runegate’s rich spell crafting system, Rules of Alchemy gives you the ability to make strategic character builds and utilise over 2000 unique weapons and items. What this means is that you can carve your own route through the game, exactly how you want.

Rules of Alchemy will launch later this year on Steam. Interested future alchemists can check out the brand-new demo which launches today.