Kingsway Operating System RPG Seeks Multitasking Heroes

What’s this? Yet another unique indie gem from Adult Swim Games? Yes, of course it is!

Created by Andrew Morrish, Kingsway is a fantasy RPG played entirely through a simulated desktop operating system reminiscent of early Windows software from the 80s. Every task appears in its own window that can be dragged and dropped around the desktop to organize as you see fit. Quests are acquired via email. Enemies attack in the form of nasty pop-ups. File folders function as backpacks for storing inventory. Novel idea, don’t you think?

Kingsway will be out this summer on PC. The Steam page is now live for anyone interested in adding the game to their wishlist. Learn more about the Kingsway operating system by watching this instructional video guide.

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