Witches and Bandits and Swords (Oh My) is a mouse-only, adventure choosing  graphic novel game in which you must explore dangerous forests, save your friends from a pirate conspiracy, and avoid a particularly odd barbarian who wants to do unpleasant things to your squishy innards.

Due to the presence of drunken witches, a double-entendre happy barmaid and, worst of all, the sarcastic rabbit, it is not recommended for under 13s.

"So much fun... prepare to have a big grin on your face." Five Stars
Big Al's Books and Pals Fantasy Book of Year Nominee (ebook version).

Update: this is a browser-only game, but the PDF version is now available to download here.

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Hello,

In the zip file, there's a file called index.html. Is it used to play in the browser? If so, it doesn't seem to work.

Also, I played the game a little, and I'm already enjoying it a lot

Hi, glad you're enjoying it!

No, you don't need the index file for the browser game. In fact, since the download is a book, you don't really need it for anything now. I'll probably delete it.

Thanks for your comment :)

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I see, thank you very much for explaining

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Ok, we've made some changes- there is a now a downloadable version of the game available alongside the book.

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Thank you very much

Just a heads up, but the name of the executable doesn't match that of the data folder, so the game won't open until either the folder or the executable are renamed to match each other.

Other than that, it appears to run perfectly

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Thanks a lot for the heads up. This is what happens when a writer like me tries to do basic tasks, rather than the coder XD

I've changed it now.

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A mix of fun, awkwardness and logic, cool game!

I am curious as to how you made the images and people?

Thanks! This started out life on Deviant Art, and the images are dA stock models (linked to in the credits) which I then edited with Gimp and G'Mic to give all the different photos a similar style.