4.2
523 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Whether it is embarking on a quest to defeat an evil warlock or creating your own world as a god, Ord. tells stories that emphasise player choices and evocative fast-paced narratives.

THREE additional stories for a total of four.
New visual polish and sound effects.
More achievements to hunt for!
Updated on
Feb 5, 2021

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4.2
523 reviews
Cori Green
March 31, 2022
this game is great the only reason it's not 5 stars and the only complaint I have is for Foul Things with how long it is and how much you have to get right to escape the monsters it needs checkpoints . I got tired very quickly of being 3-4 sections in then going way back to the beginning if I made a wrong choice and died.The others are short enough it's fine but that one needs markers to go back to after failing instead of restarting.
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Jacob Alford
June 5, 2021
Ord is such a delightful game to play. It doesn't demand your time, and can be picked up and put down without great strife. Everything including the sound effects, outcomes, choices, story developing is novel and interesting. The joy of this game is mostly limited by your imagination, and that's a fantastic concept (though I acknowledge not a new concept).
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Ke Th
May 28, 2021
It's ok. it is an interesting concept but in execution it lacks quite a bit. There's barely a game here and mostly it's just a series of yes and no questions that either leads to continuing the story or ending it. Eventually you will learn the correct choices on the way because there aren't really "good or bad" decisions that you can make to continue the game. For the most part there is only one decision that will progress the game for you leaving the game extremely linear.
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