Endless Adventures Inc. has today announced Adventure Forge will be part of Steam’s Next Fest with its first public demo. Available from June 10th to June 17th, the demo will give creators a glimpse of the powerful toolset aimed at empowering game masters, storytellers, authors, and artists to create their own narrative-rich video games, with no coding required.

The Next Fest demo lets players create and share their games using a set of assets available within Adventure Forge, as well as playing a selection of small games created using the toolset. Players can experience a new sci-fi story with The Icarus Experiment, or explore a beautifully crafted fantasy world with Oni. These games are sneak peeks to showcase the potential of Adventure Forge to allow community members to become game creators.  

Adventure Forge was created by Jordan Weisman, known for narrative-driven franchises such as BattleTech, MechWarrior, Shadowrun, and Crimson Skies. The platform aims to push the boundaries of user-generated content by offering a set of powerful tools to create narrative-driven games. The tool also provides a set of in-depth tutorials to assist game creators in their journey.

Creators can make, share, and play their own adventure games in a no-code environment to get them started immediately. Adventure Forge opens up game development to everyone, regardless of their technical expertise, with only imagination required, empowering a new generation of “Gamesmiths” thanks to its powerful and accessible tools. 

Community members can now wishlist Adventure Forge on Steam, and check out the demo during the Steam Next Fest from June 10th. To learn more about both, players and creators can join the official Discord, visit the official websiteFacebook, or Instagram for more information.