Open Sorcery is a gripping text adventure that opts for an intuitive keyword based interface over a cumbersome parser. The result is a game that is streamlined, very engrossing and so well written that you won’t want to stop reading until you see the end credits. It is not a very long game, but there are a number of different endings and lots of branching story paths to get to them, so the replay value is very high. It is not a game for people who hate reading or must have the best graphics in their games, but anyone with even a passing interest in magic or technology should find it thoroughly enjoyable.
Gameplay: Simple enough that anyone can play it, but so engrossing that you will want to complete it multiple times just to experience everything.
Graphics: Virtually non-existent, but it is a style that doesn’t hamper the experience in the least.
Sound: Maybe a bit too minimal, but it allows players to read the story without too much distractions