New release: Avadon 2: The Corruption

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As promised, Spiderweb Software‘s latest wRPG epic, Avadon 2, is now out for Mac OSX and Windows!

The premise:

You are an agent of Avadon. The Black Fortress. Your job is to protect your homeland from the limitless threats that surround it. Titans. Monsters. Barbarians. Fading, jealous empires. The warriors and spies of Avadon must keep them weak and divided. Your resources are unlimited, and all must obey you.

But then Avadon was attacked. A sneak raid shattered the fortress, and, with it unable to keep order, madness has resulted. Civil war, barbarian raids, even conspiracies to destroy your people. Avadon’s power and influence has faded, and yet your people need it more than ever.

Everything is falling apart, and a shadowy power has risen to destroy your homeland. What will you do? Will you fight your enemies? Or will you join them and end Avadon’s power once and for all? The choice is yours!

What’s wrong–is a narrative summary not good enough for you? All right, fine. How about the official trailer?

“But Craig,” you say, “I don’t want to see an official trailer; I want to see you playing the beta.” Oh! Well, of course you do, dear reader! Of course you do. Luckily, I have that very thing.

Satisfied? I hope so! You can get Avadon 2 direct from the developer, or on Steam or The game costs $20 if you buy it direct, or $9.99 from or Steam (with an additional 20% launch discount). So, uh, y’know. I always encourage you to buy direct from developers in the name of supporting their work, and Jeff Vogel is no exception, buuuuuuuuut I can’t say that Vogel’s made that choice especially rational in this instance, so I dunno. Maybe you should just let the small angel and devil on your shoulders fight it out?


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