Open Sorcery Games
Based in Rochester, NY
Feb 22, 2017
Open Sorcery follows the development of an Elemental Firewall: a fire elemental bound with C++ code to protect a network of people and places. You guide her as she makes decisions and grows. She can learn things, develop relationships, and even gain sapience. Or she can burn everything with fire. Up to you.
Open Sorcery was developed in the Twine engine and is one of only a few games in the Interactive Fiction genre that has had a commercial release. It is an award-winning game that has been featured at Indiecade and PAX.
- Search for malicious spirits
- Protect your network
- Make friends
- Burn everything
Open Sorcery Trailer YouTube
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Awards & Recognition
- "28th Annual IF Competition, 2nd Place" The Absence of Miriam Lane, November 19 2022
- "XYZZY Award: Best Individual PC" BEL/S from Open Sorcery, July 23 2017
- "XYZZY Award: Best Puzzles" 16 Ways To Kill A Vampire At McDonalds, July 23 2017
- "22nd Annual IF Competition, 5th Place" 16 Ways to Kill a Vampire at McDonalds, November 17 2016
- "Meaningful Play 2016: Most Innovative Game" Open Sorcery, October 22 2016
- "Indiecade Finalist" Open Sorcery, October 14 2016
- "There is a richness to the breadth of emotions and tones presented, all of which combine into a rewarding and unique technology-fueled magical realism."
- Black Girl Nerds, Black Girl Nerds
- "IndieSider #57: Open Sorcery by Abigail Corfman"
- Ken Gagne, IndieSider
- "This is a wonderful horror game, but it's not based on jump scares or gory descriptions. It's about the desperation of trying to help people with limited tools and limited time. Oh, and you're an artificial intelligence made of magic. There's that."
- MadameHardy, Steam Review
- "I learned how to dream and explained selfhood to malware. 10/10"
- Lex, Steam Review
The game is available to purchase at https:.
About Open Sorcery Games
A video game development/production company dedicated to publishing story-centric games and supporting other video game companies with scripting and narrative consultation.
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Open Sorcery Credits
Owner, Writer, Programmer