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Experience the mysterious, timeless world of Toren, the first adventure game from Brazilian indie developer Swordtales. You are Moonchild, destined to climb the tower (known as Toren) on a hauntingly solitary journey to find your purpose.

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“It’s an experience that has thoroughly resonated with me and one that refuses to leave my thoughts.” 9/10 – GodisaGeek

“It’s a beautiful game, and I highly recommend that everyone should give it a shot.” 8/10 – Gaming Trend

“An incredibly unique outing from Swordtales that's well worth playing.” The Escapist

Experience the mysterious, timeless world of Toren, the first adventure game from Brazilian indie developer Swordtales. You are Moonchild, destined to climb the tower (known as Toren) on a hauntingly solitary journey to find your purpose. You must solve puzzles and face monsters as you struggle to climb to the top of this beautiful, yet treacherous environment, driven by the will to find your freedom.

Key Features:

  • A Journey of Learning & Fulfilment - As the story progresses your character will age from a mere infant to grown woman creating new mechanics and challenges for each learning experience and phase of her life. In addition, the Tree of Life within the tower grows as she does, providing access to new areas to explore and new items to find.

  • Poetry brought to Life – Toren features dark fantasy storytelling in a universe filled with symbolism. The mysterious, fantastical atmosphere is conveyed through an award-winning art design and original score. As your journey unfolds you will discover scrolls of poetry, which reveal the story and true origins behind Toren and aids the Moonchild in discovering her purpose.

  • Rich Puzzle Solving - Every stage of the game features new and progressively more deadly challenges for the player: solving environmental puzzles, how avoid and survive attacks from dangerous creatures, and eventually defeating the end boss.

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Versus Evil LLC
Adventure, Indie
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
English, French, German, Spanish
Digital PC Download
Customer notes
Please note: Toren requires a controller to play.
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2 GHz processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD3000, Nvidia GeForce GT8600 or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 8 64-bit
  • Processor: 3 GHz processor (Intel Core i5-2320 or equivalent)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT550ti (1 GB) or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c

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A short sweet game, well worth the money. The art is amazing (if you ignore some technical issues) and the story is pretty good as well (if you ignore some pseudo philosophy). This game is mostly about mood, so if that doesn't excite you then you should not buy it. I played it with a controller and yes, you should have a controller to play this game, it would be pretty annoying to use a keyboard and mouse. The game mechanics are pretty basic and controls are not as responsive or polished as I'd like, but for the purposes of this game that is a very minor issue.

Toren is a beautiful game with enjoyable story.


I completed 100% the game just in 3 hours though I admit I checked online for some pointers to get all the upgrades and achievements, I did this after I got up to chapter 9 from where I started over from the beginning and completed it. the chapters are not long and there are only 12 of them. the last couple of chapters and the payoff are quite nice though. the plot of the story is a bit hard to follow at times but I enjoyed it. in conclusion for the sale price the game is definitely worth it.

Gameplay as its worst with awful visuals


Some games will cross your mind while playing Toren, like ICO, but hold your horses because this game has nothing to do with such title. Toren may look good in some screenshots, with nice colorful graphics, but the more you play it the worse it looks. Add to all that some visual problems like tearing and the feeling that you are playing a remaster of a Playstation 2 game. Toren is filled with bugs and technical issues, but I wouldn't mind that much if it wasn't for its problems regarding gameplay. Robotic animations that lead to frustrating platforming parts, a fighting system so lame I won't bother writing about it and some of the most tedious puzzles in a videogame. Ambitious, but not what I want from a videogame

Boring story and just a bad game overall


After watching the trailer for this game I was excited to play it, but was soon let down. The story is boring and bland, the graphics look like playstation 2 era and the gameplay is clunky and unexciting. I beat the game in about 5 hours and was actually happy it ended so soon as I didn't want to play it anymore. Cutscenes were half of the game it felt like and they were boring, unskippable and dragged out scenes pointlessly (a character would finish talking and the cutscene would just stay showing the characters face for around 8 seconds for no reason). I think this may have been done to extend the claimed game time out. There is only about 3 hours of actual gameplay and that gameplay will have you play for about 30 second, hit you with a 30 second cutscene, let you play for another 45 seconds before another cutscene comes in). There isn't much good about Toren, but the environment was interesting and the sound was good.

Bad story


Literally spent an hour for playing the game. Finished it from start to finish within that hour (with the fact that I took some time to understand the way it works). Story isn't that good to be honest and it's totally vague and uninspired. As for a game that costs $9.99, this is not worth your money. Wait for some improvements and try to get it for $2.5 - $5 or so.

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