Archive Entertainment has announced their new title, Dragon Audit, is now released on PC platforms. It is a 3D adventure inspired by classic point & clicks — mixing comedy, light puzzle solving, and a heartfelt story.
In a world teeming with magic and danger, a city of accountants exists which has sequestered itself behind high walls and generally unacceptable accounting principles. A battle accountant there, George, is assigned the unenviable task of leaving the safety of the city in order to storm a nearby castle, slay the dragon, rescue the princess, and (most importantly) rescue the unpaid tax revenue. Meanwhile, Ayraw (the dragon), is tired of knights showing up to slay her, and is a bit jealous no one ever wants to rescue her. So she concocts a plan to trick George into rescuing her instead of rescuing the princess. Hijinks ensue as the two team up, the unlikely duo slowly growing closer through their shared adventure.
“In the spirit of classic adventure games, Dragon Audit combines lighthearted humor with the undertones of a serious story. You’ll get to meet a cast of quirky characters, solve puzzles, find all sorts of jokes in the interactable 3D environment, and explore the backstories of our two protagonists,” said Robby Zinchak, the writer and director of the project.
As of today, the PC version of the game can be purchased via Steam or directly from the developer at DragonAudit.com. The game retails for $9.99, with a bundle including bonus content available for $14.99. Console versions are also being developed and will be released in future on Nintendo Switch™ and Sony PlayStation®4 (title is forward compatible with Sony PlayStation®5).