Hi! My name’s Dmitry. I’m one of the Quest Hunter developers. My little daughter came up to me while I was testing a new chapter of the game and asked: “What kind of witch is that?” or “Daddy, who’s this knight?” and I start reading the dialogues between the game characters to her as if it was a book. And after the dialogues, she asks me to find the treasure and break a couple of trees. That was about a year ago when Quest Hunter was going from early access to release on PC.
Today my daughter’s sitting next to me, gamepad in her hands, and we’re clearing out the dungeon together. She still can’t read and I’m in charge of the dialogues, but she tends to be better in commanding the battle. Apparently, we make a good party on Xbox.
Quest Hunter is really a game for everyone. We set a low entry threshold for players of a young age, and at the same time, we involve advanced gamers. If you like RPGs and are looking for a new experience with your kids, this game is for you!
If you’re afraid of windows with a bunch of parameters and characteristics and if you have no idea how to approach tons of dialogues and characters – this game is for you! Quest Hunter is a perfect entry point to a wonderful genre of role-playing games.
And advanced players will certainly appreciate things like influence on the game’s plot in dialogues, the light humor, random generated dungeons, co-op story mode, cross-platform play, and of course hunting for treasure. I’m very proud that Quest Hunter arrives on Xbox One today!