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Fortune Summoners: Secret of the Elemental Stone Demo Released
Plus the game's release date (soon!), and pricing.
01.05.12 - 6:03 PM

If you've been anxiously waiting on Carpe Fulgur's next project, wait no longer. The independent studio, led by Andrew Dice, today released a demo for Fortune Summoners: Secret of the Elemental Stone, but there's more news, too. The release date is now set for January 17th - yes, in just under two weeks, if all goes as planned - and Fortune Summoners will be available on both Steam and Gamersgate (with the possibility of others later) for $25 US, 20 or 16.

Fortune Summoners is a sidescrolling PC action RPG where you can switch between controlling any one of the three characters in your party. Combat changes depending on who you control: Arche uses swords while Sana and Stella rely more on spells. Their magic is drawn from the titular elemental stones, which contain an Elemental spirit's power. Although they are over three centuries old, they're used commonly in everyday life.

For more on Fortune Summoners and to grab the demo, be sure to check out the game's official website.


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