More than a year since its unveiling, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery -- the much hyped collaboration from Capy (Critter Crunch, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes), Jim Guthrie, and Craig "Superbrothers" Adams -- is finally close to release, mere weeks away from singing and dancing and adventuring on your iPad. 

This new "Audience Calibration", along with sharing new clips from the game, tells us we'll meet with Sword & Sworcery on the Vernal Equinox, or March 20th. Superbrothers also shared the following text about the title:

"S:S&S EP presents a yarn about a lonely warrior monk lady on a woeful errand in the remote mountain wilderness of the Caucasus, far from the Scythian steppes. This concept is a deliberate distortion of Robert E. Howard's seminal works of sword and sorcery fiction. Any student of Hyborian geography will tell you that The Caucasus of around 1000 BC is a loose inspiration for the home country of Howard's immortal creation, Conan the Cimmerian.

S:S&S EP differs from other genre fiction in that the story is framed by a fellow known as The Archetype who is purportedly conducting a psycho social audiovisual experiment on an unsuspecting 21st century audience. This enigmatic man is intended to echo intellectuals & entertainers like Carl G. Jung, Carl Sagan, Rod Serling, William Shatner & faux Sony spokesman Kevin Butler. The Archetype was, however, created with a very specific individual in mind."

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