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Video Games Made in Wales

Rhiannon: Curse of the Four Branches

Rhiannon: Curse of the Four BranchesThis is a game produced by the Welsh company Arberth Studios, featuring a storyline based on The Mabinogion. played as a classic first person “point and click” adventure, with the world represented by pre-rendered, animated screens.

The game gives the player a lot of freedom in exploring the environment and collecting clues, letting them solve the game at their own pace.

Rhiannon: Curse Of The Four Branches Rhiannon: Curse Of The Four Branches

The game is created by Karen Bruton, her husband Noel Bruton, and her brother Richard Lee, who all cofounded Arberth Studios. They live in West Wales, which they admitted to use heavily as a model for Ty Pryderi. The game are also taken from a study of putative practical magic that Karen and Noel Bruton undertook a few years ago.


GameSpot as well as IGN, has stated that “In spite of a few missteps, Rhiannon: Curse of the Four Branches is a good-looking, entertaining and well-made game, especially considering the size of the dev team.”

Welsh invaders PC GameA freeware game has been made called “Welsh Inaders” A Space Invaders-style game, but instead of the original shooting alians down this version is a space-ship shooting a Grand Slam banner, Sheep, Rugby Players, Leeks, Miners, and Red Dragons .

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