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Dark Quest is a turn based fantasy role playing adventure game where players assume the role of a mighty barbarian on his epic quest to destroy the forces of the evil sorcerer and save the land from evil.

An evil sorcerer has appeared in the lands, he has built a dungeon in the nearby village of darkwood, where his minions use it as a base to raid the surrounding villages to bring terror and death to all its citizens. A hero by the name Zantor dares to defy the powers of the sorcerer and seeks to destroy the dungeon and put an end to this.


• Enter a world of fantasy and adventure: Explore twisted mazes, find hidden doors and fight bloodthirsty orcs!

• Roll the skull of fate and reveal your twisted fate: The evil sorcerer will torment your soul for his own amusement, he will summon you in the sphere of judgment where you will be forced to play a twisted game of death, and can you survive his magic?

• Slaughter endless hordes of orcs & undead: Your strength, courage and strategy will be the key into wining every battle.

• Trade with the people in the village: Spend the gold you find in your adventures in the village to buy new potions, weapons and spells for your characters.

• Control a party of up to 3 characters each with their own unique abilities: Use the unique strengths of each character and work together to defeat the minions of the evil sorcerer.


• The Barbarian: A powerful character who can bring terror and destruction to all his enemies with his destructive force and skill of sword.

• The Wizard: This character is very weak in close combat but his highly potent spells are capable of altering the outcome of any battle to your favor. Use his powers wisely and you may stand a chance against the hordes of the evil sorcerer.

• The Dwarf: The dungeons are vast and dangerous but with the help of your ally Thorin the Dwarf you have nothing to fear. His quick feet and eye for danger will save you against numerous traps and grave danger!
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX Compatible
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX Compatible
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Dark Quest POSITIVES + is very much oriented Towards the grandiose Hero Quest + fat four fields big End opponents + Easy-to-learn game MECHANICS NEGATIVES-Graphic style seems incongruous (compared to the really great Artwork of the Board game)-Inventory is during the Game Heavily bugged, so that many Items are either inselectable, or have a fake Mouseover-less Storry than Hero Quest (and you have to manage That first), so no Introductory texts or final Texts before or after each Dungeon-characters have no Proper Backstory or similar-no German lyrics (which certainly wouldn't have been an Expense with the few Lines)-attacking and Defensive Values of the Characters incomprehensible (which definitely differ)-Alb (Elf) lacks as a fourth Character-none Proper buyable Weapons or Armor, merely-no unique magical Artifacts (such as orc terror, Borins armor, magic scepter, magic amulet Or Ghost Sword)-too few Spells-rooms not extra searchable (to be searched by a random Treasure pile Something to pull)-no achievements-far too much Gold to find, so I had 3,000 + Gold at the End and didn't know anything to do with it-only 4 Hours Of playing time FAZIT Dark Quest unfortunately doesn't reach the Original Hero Quest, which it has to be measured with Since it also shamelessly copies this one. The Game has nevertheless entertained a little, but a Thumbs up is out of the Question due to the Bugs and the lack of game Content. Maybe the Developers learn from the negative Points and create a better second Part. If you are interested in further Reviews of me, follow my Group.
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Be greeted, When I found the Game in Monday Sale 3 Days ago, I was pleasantly surprised by the Retro Look. Well I'm Generation Amiga 500 and there was this Hero Quest. At the Time both as a Board Game and on the then Home Computers. What is Dark Quest? A Plagiarism? A Tribute? It's definitely the latter, because as simple yet loving as it's implemented, it motivated me to Play. Then we have this "Only one More train!" Effect with which Heroes of Might and Magic has already scored. In Dark Quest you are dealing with a small Group of Heroes who want to put an evil Wizard to rest. The Whole thing takes place in Dungeons and 90% according to the Rules of the good old Hero Quest Games. It lacks a 4 Figure and also various Objects, but what is the case. After Completing a Dungeon, you can equip yourself with useful Items in a small Village and then proceed. The Game has its Weaknesses and one or The other could have been better solved, such as the "action/Pulling" Principle. Surely it is quite short, I was finished after 3.3 Hours and the Graphics are quite the same. But still it's Fun, it motfies, you want to get through it and that's exactly what counts. Dark Quest is a small simple Game Pearl where you can easily access the small Price. If You like Hero Quest, Retro games, lap strategy, You're very well catered for here. If you like it more sophisticated and complex, you're into Fine Graphics, you won't be happy here and should rather reach for Heroes of Might and Magic Or Space Hulk. The End has confused me a bit, but a Visit to the Publisher's Page showed me it continues with Dark Quest 2 and I hope it will come, because Time Data I searched in vain. Greetings Wyvern
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