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While the ever-changing gameplay in Spellirium will keep players on their toes, the engaging story will glue them to the experience.  In a devastated "trashpunk" world where reading and writing are outlawed, secretly literate Todd sets out on a mission to uncover the truth about a death in the family. He is joined by a shaggy blue monster, a hardened hunter, and an obnoxious bard (is there any other kind?)  Packed with unexpected turns, Spellirium explores the implications of myth, and the realization that we are all background characters in the lives of others. The story is conveyed through a third-person point n' click graphic adventure game format, a la The Secret of Monkey Island.
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