We dive into the game without any explanation for the story. So, we have to go read the game’s description on the Steam store to find out our hero lives adventures during his dreams. Ok, so what is the quest of this game? Save virgin women from the clutches of evil witches. Nothing amazing. The NPCs don't say anything interesting. There's some dubious humor in this game with jokes like "yo momma is...". We go from a warm location to stumble on a snowy forest to a city where it's spring(!). It's impossible to go back to a place we've already explored. It's a linear game. We go from point A to point B and to point C. In Zemun City, you can see at least two white inches of space at its edge (a map done in a hurry). The fights are like in any rpg or in a game made with RPG Maker. Nothing extraordinary. Our hero seems to be invincible, as he loses almost no HP at enemy attacks. Only the bosses are more challenging. The game is designed with Smile Game Builder and it can easily be compared with RPG Maker but in 3D. The assets come from the game’s engine. They are... ok, and I'm sure I've seen them in other games. At least, I know I've seen them used in another Exatron Quest game in development by his creator. The game offers Steam trading cards. That's something. It can be finished in less than 30 minutes. The Adventurer Episode 1 is more a game’s prototype than anything else and I don't recommend it.
«Disappointment of the year»
«Waste of time»