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Poetry Comes To Life As Toren Makes Worldwide Debut

Indie Brazilian Developer Swordtales Releases First Game on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and PC

PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil, May 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Indie Brazilian Developer Swordtales in partnership with indie video game publisher Versus Evil announced today that the all-new adventure game Toren, set in a dark fantasy world of growth and discovery, is now available for PlayStation®4 and for PC. Available for just $9.99 – with a 10% discount for PlayStation® Plus members, the lush and engrossing adventure game follows the growth of an innocent girl named Moonchild as she struggles to reveal the truth behind the mysterious tower known as Toren in which she is being held captive.  

Toren brings poetry to life in an epic journey of growth, discovery and overcoming great hurdles. In Toren players guide Moonchild from birth to coming-of-age as she embarks on a dangerous journey of revelation and transformation.  A distinct and unique art style, dark fantasy storytelling, innovative puzzles and a beautiful soundtrack combine to make Toren a memorable gaming experience.

"Toren is captivatingly crafted with the special magic of indie passion, taking players through an intriguing storyline to understand the mystery and majesty of the dark tower," said Steve Escalante, general manager, Versus Evil. "Developed by Brazilian indie studio Swordtales, Toren already has been recognized for its beautiful graphics and compelling story, and is a key release for Versus Evil, the first in a series of highly-anticipated indie releases in 2015."

"We made Toren for players who love old-school Japanese adventure games who, like us, grew up playing the classic games of the late 90s and early 2000s,"said Vitor Severo Leaes, producer at Swordtales. "With the help of Versus Evil and the support of the Brazilian Cultural Incentive Law, Toren shows that even a small, dedicated team of indie developers in Brazil can touch the hearts and minds of gamers worldwide."

Toren is rated T for Teen by the ESRB.  
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About Swordtales
Swordtales is a small team of indie developers based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Toren is one of the first games being supported by the Brazilian Cultural Incentive Law.

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