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Quest Hunter

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Welcome to the Dark World. The world that is ruled by its own laws. The world where fire is the main treasure, and a shovel is a loyal friend and assistant. There’s enough trouble for villains here but there's double trouble for heroes. As a hero you will have to:

  • Level up and equip yourself.
  • Claim some space for your camp from the Dark World.
  • Assemble a team of friends and helpers.
  • Build and protect your camp.
  • Solve the puzzles of old times.
  • Destroy the insidious plans of enemies.
  • Find and unearth many treasures.
  • Save the princess and the whole world at the same time.

Quest Hunter is a story-driven RPG with treasure hunt, non-linear dialogues, puzzles and humor! Mysterious world, fascinating plot, interesting puzzles and insidious enemies are waiting for you!Basic Features
  • Story-driven RPG: influence the storyline, choosing the answers in the dialogues. Untangle the insidious plans of your enemies and bring them out into the open. Save the world from the eternal darkness!
  • Cooperative mode: play the game online with your friends. Fight against evil shoulder to shoulder or make a mass grave in the enemy’s lair!
  • Random generated dungeons: try your luck, see if you can find the way out of the dungeon. Where could it be this time? Who’s waiting for you around the corner?
  • Quests and puzzles: move, turn, light, switch over, dig up… In short, solve a variety of quests and puzzles. Search for treasure maps to become the richest man in the camp!
  • Skills and super powers: upgrade the character attributes and explore new skills. Become an invincible killing machine and turn your enemies into dust!
  • Weapons, armor and items: find, create and upgrade your weapon and armor. Cook potions or make bombs. Take a shovel and a straw hat or a sharp blade and a helmet – it’s up to you to decide!
  • Monsters and bosses: mysterious beasts from the darkness – light the torch and they will scatter away. Insidious bandits – give them your money and you’ll stay alive. Cunning bosses – find your approach to them!
  • Treasure and trophies: stuff your pockets with trophies of your defeated enemies. Find all stashes and hiding places. Dig up all the treasures of the Dark World!

And remember: you are safe only by the light of the torch!

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or higher, SteamOS+
  • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics Card supported shader 3.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or higher
  • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics Card supported shader 3.0
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.8 or higher
  • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics Card supported shader 3.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Nov 19, 2019

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The Goblin's Enemy
Kill 3 Goblin Shamans in the dungeons
Great rescuer
Rescue the Princess
The most important achievement
Defeat the Big Bad
Moose hunter
Kill 50 moose
Let there be light!
Bring back the stolen sun
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Quest Hunter reviews and comments

Decent game to play with your partner who may not be very experienced in games in general. 
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Early Access Review Quest Hunter is an isometric Action Role-playing Game That can be controlled to a large extent with the Mouse. The alternative Option is Controller and Keyboard. The Mouse control is a bit spongy, but it works. The Graphics are nice and comichaft. The Entry Into the game is quite simple, but you have to get to know what the Game wants from you. Here you should use the Map that shows quest Targets. At the Moment I still lack a Quest Log (or maybe I just haven't discovered it yet). I can't say much about the Co-op yet, except that it works:-D Total Game time should be about 10 Hours-but here you should follow free Updates that expand the Story. Update: October 2017 The Game can be measured at the current Time of just under 9 Hours. However, the monthly Content Updates seem to be down-so the Game Remains unfinished. The Story is not complete and the latest Quests go nowhere. In addition, after a rather hard entry, the Game becomes very easy Quite quickly. There are also only a Handful of real Puzzles. The Story is very simple and hardly captivates. At the Moment you have the few Hours of Fun, but after two Thirds of the Game time boredom creeps in. At the Moment, you should still wait to see if there are actually any Content Updates left before buying the Game. I would like to write something else, but unfortunately something outweighs the Disappointment.
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Early Access Review The Game immediately captivated me and is definitely worth its Price-I haven't had that much fun for a long Time. Even if you've played through it relatively quickly at the moment. Finally, the Content is being expanded and I'm already looking forward to it;) Great Is:-cute Graphics-simple, clear interface-little In-game objects (i.e. not 1000 different Potions that you have to make With 99999 Different Types of flowers but ONLY money, Fabric, Leather, tree trunks, stones, "food," Bombs to blow, Crystals (for Unlocking + Improving skills), every now and then a Gear part and Keys to open Doors or Boxes. Is Completely sufficient mainly because the same Items are stackable and there is no stack limit. -generally little Loot (no Gear craze like E.g. at Torchlight or Diablo where you have a crowded Inventory after 2 Minutes and still you can't need any of it, THANK YOU!) -motivating to explore everything with the buried Truhen/puzzles etc. -Travel Map is beautifully designed and fun with the Hiding Places. -Gear is upgradeable and you can decide for Yourself what you want to wear Less is good:-Puzzles are relatively simple and all are built up the same. Pushing Stones, pressing Levers, etc. is somewhat unimaginative in the Long run, possibly there is something New in the Expansion. -The Shaman Bug (port away and no longer show up)-Questlog and its Overview. In My Opinion, it is a bit exhausting To see all the completed Quests (for which you have the Journal including Quest Texts). The active Quests would be perfectly sufficient. -that the Transitions are not clickable, but you are automatically asked if you want to change the Area (which is especially annoying when Loot lands in these Places)-Dungeons (I prefer to call it Labyrinths because it's just a matter of finding the right Way) do so Initially, however, fun offers relatively little Challenge and are all built according to Schema-F i.e. it gets boring: Find keys to open 1-2 Doors which points the right Way and finally 2-3 Boxes of looten-> out. An End Boss, possibly 1-2 Puzzles and a few strong Opponents dropping special Objects would be more motivating in the long run. In Short: Buy it-it's really worth it and support the Developers with it:) Look forward to the Expansion!
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