10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Cute 16bit-like graphics
- Retro soundtracks
- Auto-running genre
- Intuitive controls
- Amount of levels
- We're missing tilt controls option
- There isn't free version
+ By Kumobius
Bean's Quest reminds to 16-bit Super Mario Bros and other similar platformers
However, in this case the main character isn't a plumber, but Emilio, a bouncy bean wearing a Mexican hat. Doesn't it sound hilarious? It is. Actually, scenery really looks like Super Mario Bros' environments, although, instead of grabbing coins and mushrooms you'll have to grab gems columns-like looking.
Besides that, gameplay is quite similar: our dear bean is always bouncing around (auto-running genre), you just need to use left and right buttons on the screen to make it grab gems, advance through platforms and jump over enemies to kill them. Avoid prickles, cliffs and monsters and make the most of springs and power-ups.
Emilio's goal is to bring save and sound his kidnapped girlfriend. He has been transformed into a jumping bean by dark magic. In order to achieve it and recover his human appearance, he will have to beat over 150 levels through 6 different Worlds. On his way, he will have to rescue his pet axolotls. Grab it when you find it on your way.
Graphically it brings us back to the early nighties, 16bit-like graphics and gameplay. Soundtracks also helps to set that environment. Controls are quite intuitive although we're missing tilt controls, since it just needs to move right or left.
Retro-lovers will have a blast with Bean's Quest. Newbies will discover the magic of 16bit. Suitable for all audiences.
**Featured at PAX East 2012 in the Boston Indie Showcase**
~~ FEATURES ~~
- Five unique worlds to conquer!
- Over 150 challenges to complete.
- Incredible soundtrack with over 10 original pieces of music!
~~ STORY ~~
Emilio has been cursed and his girlfriend kidnapped! Transformed by dark magic into a jumping bean, you must bounce your way to victory through 50 levels spread over 5 worlds. Can you rescue your one true love and find your missing pet axolotls?
Bean's Quest brings back retro platforming to your Android device with super intuitive controls; touch left or touch right - it's so simple!
~~ CRITICAL RESPONSE ~~
“The graphics are perfectly vibrant, and have just enough of that 16-bit era pixely-ness to them without going overboard. The original soundtrack by Flashygoodness is an excellent pairing, and the controls work great…” ~ TouchArcade
"The graphics are fun, colorful, and a treat to look at." ~ AppAdvice
Awarded MMGN’s App of the Week.
~~ GORGEOUS ART ~~
Beautiful 16-bit stylised artwork fills every stage; shimmering diamonds, sparkling special effects and subtle parallax culminate in a mesmerising view!
~~ MUSIC ~~
Each world has a unique soundtrack by acclaimed composer Flashygoodness.
~~ PHYSICS MAYHEM ~~
Push blocks, spin seesaws, roll boulders, crush enemies and dodge spike-balls! Classic platforming blended with physics puzzles and adorable creatures.
~~ DIAMONDS FOREVER! ~~
Every stage is jam packed with jewels to collect. A guy's gotta surprise his girl when he rescues her, right?
~~ RESCUE THOSE AXOLOTLS! ~~
The evil wizard who cursed you also kidnapped your pet axolotls - brutal! There's one hidden in every stage, track them down if you can!
~~ ACHIEVE PERFECT JUMP! ~~
Every stage has a perfect jump count. Make it to the end fast enough and you’ll earn the perfect jump badge!
~~ CUSTOMER SUPPORT ~~
If you have any problems playing the game on your device, please contact us first before leaving a bad review. We want to squash any bugs quickly! firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you from the Kumobius team!
XPERIA PLAY Optimized
- Improved performance for smoother gameplay.
- Added x86 support.
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I love this game.
Great game for kids.
However it might be fun for someone else.
I think this game is the best platform game on Android and the best KUMOBIUS game! Good work!
a fun game. Buy it, try it, get a refund if u don't like it even though u probably will.
Underrated by far