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Posted: 19 months ago, last updated 9 months ago.
Unusually, Nanotale's main interaction is typing. Apart from movement, you must pull out your field notebook and type sentences to fight, solve puzzles, or harvest samples. Words are related to the object you are typing about. For example; enemies will have words like darkness, fear, or bite while interactive elements like plants have words like cure, ocean, or enkindle. However, some of the word choices can seem a bit bizarre at times.
Nanotale is a new adventure from the Typing Chronicles franchise and the successor to Epistory - Typing Chronicles.
Nanotale is not officially rated by PEGI or ESRB. The game shows mild fantasy violence and is most likely best suited for people who have basic typing abilities.
The game is played with the keyboard and no mouse required. There is a time break option that allows you to slow the game world to work through typing or moving Rosalind to safety. There is an option to allow for different health regeneration speeds; none (default), slow, and fast. There is an adaptive difficulty option or the setting can be turned off and a fixed difficulty can be set by the words per minute typing speed.
There is the option for OpenDislexic font. Most text is large white text with a black background but there is no option to change the font size or background opacity. The game uses magic to defeat enemies and there is no blood or gore shown. There is no punishment for misspellings or incorrectly trying.
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