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Inquisitor is available on Steam now!
Game of the Year 2012 – Best Story/Writing
It takes a bold developer to build a game around real-world events and institutions, and it's surprising, after seeing how well they pulled it off, that it doesn't happen more often. Inquisitor is a throwback to days where discovering and learning about a world was at the forefront of the RPG experience.
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Release date: Available Now at
Digital edition content:
• English version of Inquisitor
• Manual Game Companion (pdf)
• Armor and Weapons (pdf)
• Book of Magic (pdf)
• Codex Inquisitorium (pdf)
• The Inquisitor Novel (pdf)
• Revelation of Ezekiel (pdf)
• Artbook (pdf)
• Two-hour soundtrack (ogg)

What's cool about it:
• More than 100 hours of gameplay.
• Three character classes--Paladin, Priest, and Thief--each with his own unique and independent story.
• Wield the power of the Inquisition as you arrest heretics; use a variety of tools-such as the iron maiden, suspension, and the rack-to extract confessions and burn the heretics!
• A wide, open-ended world for you to explore and exploit as you see fit.
• More than 200 weapons, 80 spells, and 7 schools of forbidden and allowed magic!

Inquisitional statistics:
• 90 monsters and 180 NPCs
• Animations of the game characters, reflecting every change in the equipment, consist of almost one million sprites (i.e. graphical elements)
• 34 surface areas with deep forests, green pastures and extensive towns
• millions of square meters of exteriors
• Dozens of interiors, buildings, temples, palaces and forts
• 37 extensive dungeon complexes (including multilevel dungeons)
• 100 kilometers of twisting corridors
• Game environment design uses 50,000 manually finished sprites
• More than 200 weapons and projectiles, including many magical ones
• 80 spells with spectacular effects, 7 different schools of magic
• Huge amount of potions

• 10 years of development, 3 years of translations, months of proofreading
• More than 5,000 pages of text (1.5 million of words)

Ultherst was once a peaceful, God-fearing land until the Three Scourges of God came to pass as foretold by Saint Ezekiel, one of the twelve followers of the First Prophet. First came the famine that devasted the populace. Next came the plague that added more unfortunate souls on Death’s abacus. Finally came the great rain of fire, and death fell down on sinner and innocent alike, blood flooding the streets in place of water. The people, in their desperation, turned away from the Holy Mother Church and delved deep into pagan decadence or succumbed to the temptation of the Devil. You have been charged with the office of Inquisitor. It is up to you to investigate crimes against the one true faith and root out heresy--using any and all means necessary.

Inquisitor is a unique blend of action-oriented combat with a deep and involving tale of betrayal, torture, madness, and infernal damnation. Put your wits to the test as you collect evidence against possible heretics and put them to trial once they have been charged. Use the might of the Inquisition to extract a confession from your subjects, but be warned, use your power wisely or you will face the consequences.

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Previews and Reviews:

Shelby Reiches on Cheat Code Central gives Inquisitor 74% and says:
This game is massive. Unforgiving, but massive. And, given that it doesn't hold your hand, there's a tremendous amount that practically must be explored.

On GripYaJoystick, Inquisitor receives 90% with Tearsofafeather saying:
Inquisitor is a great game all around. Its fun, difficult, and it has a lot of content.

PirateWave! gives Inquisitor 77% and says:
It's oldschool at its finest - mistakes will make you learn. If you learn how to control your character, you will succeed. The challenge lies ahead - will you dare to take it?

Shawn Vermette on SnackbarGames gives Inquisitor another 80%.
True to its name, Inquisitor is about a lot more than simply running around killing monsters and leveling up. It has a deep, complex story, and how much of it you uncover will be directly related to how you choose to interact with the people you encounter.

Andariel on RPG France gives Inquisitor 90% and says:
In the end, Inquisitor is a bit like an old school RPG holy water : faithful worshippers see it as a consecration and a benediction, less motivated believers handle it with more or less indifference, but heretics and possessed will cry out in pain when touching it. Nonetheless, it is definitely a ceremonial jewel that promises a unique, visceral and generous experience. An experience that stands out from nowaday's video game scene with its anti-consensual, challenging but rewarding approach.

Alexander on Greenlit Gaming says:
The most enticing element to Inquisitor is the massive scope of both the game world and the story. Boasting upwards of 100 hours of gameplay, the game can only be described as immense.
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Kovi  [author] Jul 1, 2014 @ 11:15pm 
Hi HeadOfShinobi, let's discuss this over email. Just contact me at kovar[@]
NOTHING Jun 7, 2014 @ 4:03pm 
Hi there. Hope the devs would read this. I would love to offer my services to translate this awesome looking game in Italian. Let me know if you need help with that
LetWag Feb 5, 2014 @ 10:46am 
Very impressive game.
Slayer_Mark Jan 7, 2014 @ 11:30pm 
looks good
RJ Berger Nov 22, 2013 @ 4:33am 
looks like a diablo ish game hopeful it is not so repeative eg path of exile where you go through one stage to the next fighting same monsters with very little various instead of spending half the time playing going through lower level stages(no xp) to get the current quest all you need is to go to the map when you spawn in town click on the area on the map and get teleported there instaed of wasting time getting there by going through stupid lower stages which is pointless
skulz87 Sep 10, 2013 @ 2:34pm 
Isometric RPG, YES!
Kovi  [author] Aug 12, 2013 @ 6:09am 
Češtinu se sem pokusíme přidat co nejdříve. Jen co vymyslíme nejlepší způsob, jak to udělat.
PetusX Aug 9, 2013 @ 3:07am 
Jinak na Steamu bude jen anglická verze, nebo bude posléze dodána i česká?
Kovi  [author] Aug 7, 2013 @ 10:35am 
Inquisitor is available on Steam now!

Once again, thank you for making this possible.
Jon Graun Aug 5, 2013 @ 1:27pm 
Cool RPG