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Occult Slavic folklore adventure Black Book continues to look striking in latest showing

Dark deck-building adventure Black Book, which draws inspiration from Slavic mythology, has been given another intriguing airing by developer Morteshka.

Black Book is Morteshka’s second game – following on from the similarly striking, Finno-Ugric-inspired The Mooseman – and charts the tribulations of Vasilisa, a young witch with the ability to control demons, still reeling from the death of her betrothed.

Described as a “fusion of card-based RPGs and adventure games”, it sees Vasilisa on a journey across the game’s bleakly beautiful rendition of 19th century rural Eastern Europe as she searches for the titular Black Book, said to grant one wish to those that locate its seven seals.

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