QuadQuest is a turn-based strategy adventure game, in which you play four quests. Each quest has its own hero, but you choose the five party members that will accompany the hero. Battle more than 100 different enemies in medieval, mythical lands. Select from more than 100 different items when equipping your party.
What's new in this version: Version 2.33.01 is a maintenance update.
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"The mother of all quest games"
Version: QuadQuest 2.3
This games is a pleasure to spend time with because of its clean, nonviolent themes and quests. It is possible to build up your entire party into dstrong warriors before you even step into the first quest mode. Character images change according to the clothing that they are wearing. I'd like to see Baldur's gate do something like this
Weapons are expensive and some races such as Ogres are tough to use because of their lack of intelligence.
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