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Forge Quest

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Forge Quest is a dungeon crawling rpg set in a voxel world. Explore the land full of chickens on a light hearted quest to become a hero. Delve deep into the randomly generated dungeons to battle monsters, find treasure and craft your equipment. Invite your friends to join your world and help you in your adventure. Long after great wars ravaged the land of Shmoop, a balance has been reached as both sides agreed to regulate all hero and villain related activities. This system flourishes as it creates the economic stability the land needed, and from it the great bureaucracy rose to rule over the land. After many years from the system's inception, you step onto the scene. A strapping young adventurer who, after being dropped off by your parents, set off to obtain your Hero license from the kingdom. Although eager to claim your title, your path is full of danger as you must first prove yourself in the dungeons below. You also soon learn that not everyone plays by the rules and what it means to become a hero is much more then just a signed paper. Play solo or network up to 4 players for co-op play Randomly generated dungeons with scaling difficulty Mix and match abilities from all 9 classes as you level Collect treasure & forge gear into increasingly powerful items Diverse monster and bosses to conquer A light hearted story of adventure and what it means to truly be a hero. Voxel Chickens!
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Release date
May 29, 2015
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.forgequestrpg.com

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • OS: Linux - 64 & 32 bit
  • Processor: x86 or x64 compatible, 1.4GHz or faster processor
  • Memory: 300 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGl 3.2 compatible 3D graphics card with at least 256MB memory
  • Storage: 150 MB available space

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: x86-compatible 1.4GHz or faster processor
  • Memory: 300 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGl 3.2 compatible 3D graphics card with at least 256MB memory
  • Storage: 150 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: OSX 10.7
  • Processor: x86-compatible 1.4GHz or faster processor
  • Memory: 300 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGl 3.2 compatible 3D graphics card with at least 256MB memory
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
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The Game is really great! I recommend it to anyone who is into Searching Dungeons and Modifying Weapons. Especially the different Ways you can improve Weapons (install Runes, raise Levels of Weapons, etc.) make this Game awesome and you get a veritable "Elf rage" (in a positive Sense). You sit there for up to an Hour and you improve the Weapons and the Runes (Runes can also be improved). The Pets, which can be bought in a Shop, serve as Companions and have different Skills and can also climb steps, which is quite brisk at first. Unfortunately, the Pets are quite expensive and not really helpful. Skillen is effortless and a (albeit small) guide serves as a Help in case you can't cope. There are three Main Classes and two Subclasses each That can be unlocked. The Special Thing is that you can ski in a different Direction at any time (E.g. from Rogue to Magician) and that you can improve skills gained even more zally. But the Skilltrees are, in my Opinion, too small And give the individual Classes too fierce bonuses (E.g.: One Class can jump over Doors and The like, while the other Class uses fewer Stones for Improving Objects). A wide Variety of Monsters are not offered in the four different Dungeons, in addition, some are, for example, immune To Melee weapons. The Players should always have another Weapon with them, otherwise you will have real Problems against such annoying Opponents later on. There are two Game Modes: Storymode (all right) and Endlessmode (very good). But Before you start the Endless mode, you should at least have played through the first Dungeon in the Story, otherwise you can't improve the Objects in the City. You can change the Degree of Difficulty after playing through the story. But if you want to keep your Story Progress, you should do without it. In addition, only the Level of the Enemies and the retractable Objects is increased anyway. In Endlessmode, you fight your Way through a random Dungeon species (E.g. Ice Dungeon) and the Level of the Enemies rises roughly with the Heroes. At the same Intervals you also fight against Bosses, who also appear in Storymode and in both Cases are unfortunately quite easy to defeat. Still, they drop a lot of Loot:) In addition, some Dungeons can find weapons and Armor Shops that sometimes sell really good Stuff. In both game Modes you can play up to four, which is great Fun. For each Player, Loot is dropped, so you can't steal anything from each other. However, You can drop the Items found so that others can collect them. However, gold cannot be exchanged in the Game. What's a Pity About the Dungeons is that Long-distance Combat units can SOAR over the WORLD, and you can hardly resist it yourself. It gets Particularly annoying when you're in the process of solving a Sliding Puzzle. Despite all the Contras, this Game Remains a Buy recommendation that I won't be taking back anytime soon. The voxel graphic looks good and the "Itemwut" encourages you to Play. The Sound is pleasant and so is the Atmosphere. Graphics: 8 out of 10 Points Sound: 9 out of 10 Points Control: 8 out of 10 Points (normal WASD Control, skills on 1-10) Atmosphere: 7 out of 10 Points Variety: 9 out of 10 points That gets the Game 41 out of 50 possible Points and is a very good Game What I can recommend to each of you!
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