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The player is trying to reach the top floor of the Dark Tower, so the game is split into floors – levels – which serve as milestones of the journey. Currently we plan 36 intense levels in 6 different environments. The number of levels may be increased later after the initial mobile release.

Swords & Some Magic features a diverse gameplay, a unique way of "line switching" when the camera changes positions and engages player into QTE sequences, giant bosses and stunning Unreal Engine-powered graphics.
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