Shadowrun’s Jordan Weisman Reveals Tales of Fortunata for Adventure Forge

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Award-winning game designer showcases a new fantasy universe based in a fantasy version of Renaissance Venice.

Endless Adventures Inc. has revealed Tales of Fortunata, a world and setting designed by Jordan Weisman and Sean Stewart that will be released on the studio's new narrative game authoring platform, Adventure Forge. Weisman and Stewart have previously joined forces as storytellers for several landmark ARGs including The Beast with Steven Spielberg and I Love Bees for the launch of Halo 2, as well as co-creating the New York Times Best Selling novel series, Cathy's Book. Alongside the reveal, the studio has launched the official Steam Page, where adventure, visual novel, and RPG fans can now wishlist Adventure Forge.

Fortunata di Penna is a rising star in the thieves guild of a freshly imagined magical Renaissance Venice. As Fortunata’s heists become more elaborate and her targets higher placed in the battling families that dominate Venice, she’s discovering secrets which could embarrass the powerful, upset the balance of power, or even take the entire Republic down.

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| Tales of Fortunata is about creating a world and giving creators a starting point to work from

Adventure Forge will feature several games set within the Fortunata “Universe” including a couple of daring isometric RPG heists, a mini-game enhanced choose-your-own-path novella, as well as thousands of art and animation assets for users to create their own games within Fortunata’s magical renaissance Venice setting.

The Tales of Fortunata setting, among other settings, will be releasing on Steam Early Access in 2024, inside of the Adventure Forge application. The platform is aimed at empowering game masters, storytellers, authors, and artists to design their own narrative-rich video adventure games and share them within Adventure Forge for others to play.

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“Adventure Forge brings together the video game and tabletop RPG sides of my career. Tales of Fortunata epitomises this hybrid approach as the setting includes thousands of video game assets and several tabletop RPG-like sourcebooks on the locations, characters, politics, and magic of our version of Renaissance Venice. We will be telling some of our own Tales of Fortunata and can’t wait to see the stories and games that Adventure Forge authors create!” says Jordan Weisman, CEO of Endless Adventures Incorporated.

Tales of Fortunata and the Adventure Forge platform will launch on Steam in 2024, where community members can now add it to their wishlists. To learn more about both, players and creators visit the official website, Facebook, or Instagram for more information.

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