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DeadlyQuest

DeadlyQuest

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

Pros
  • Pixelated retro graphics
  • Challenging
  • Amount of levels
Cons
  • Touchscreen response
  • Needs something else: different game modes or upgrading system
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Expert's Review
6.2
Worthy

"Nerves of steel"

Reviewed by / Aug 12, 2014

A extremely difficult casual dragging game

Do you like challenges? Go give a go to moortz products' DeadlyQuest, a simple game set in pixelated retro graphics that's going to drive you mad because of its insane difficulty.

Gameplay's straightforward: you must drag to move the character out of the soaring tower. The problem is that walls are full of spikes and other obstacles. You need a steady hand to take over them, collect the three stars and get to the exit. Sometimes the path will be such narrow that you will need to stop, think and move pixel-by-pixel.

Apart from the three stars in each level, there are hidden treasures chest you can collect to beat the game with flying colors. The game is addictive due to its difficulty. However, there's still room for improvement. First, touchscreen response should be enhanced. Second, DeadlyQuest needs different game modes or an upgrading system that might make it more engaging.

Regardless, an entertaining time-killer.

Developer's original description available here
Here comes an extreme "deadly" game!
Get over dangerous traps and rush up the soaring tower!!

■ Survive your way to goal!
Drag anywhere to move around, avoid needles and fires, and find upbound stair.
DON'T TOUCH any obstacles!

■ Collect Stars!
There are three stars littered in each floor.
Show your technique and collect all stars!

■ Find Hidden Treasure!
In addition to the star, a treasure chest is hidden somewhere on each floor.
However, they can not be seen until the hero touch.
Let's complete treasures and complete the floor!

Recently changed in this version

■ bug fixes


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