EasyQuest


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JohnBeasyquest.gifFrom the world's favorite developer of quirky indie games, bentosmile, the EasyQuest series is a set of three tiny action RPG-style games that take place in the same setting with the same creatures and the same basic goal: save the world! You do this by defeating enemies that are weaker than you, running them over until they bite the dust. With each hit, you suffer damage, too, so you have to balance your attacks and seek healing potions only when they're absolutely necessary. It's a game of watching the numbers and being aggressive when it's a smart thing to do, and despite each game's short length, they're still a set of quests you'll love to undertake!

The first EasyQuest game puts you in the role of a sword-wielding hero, the second a slime, and the third a mage. Regardless of your character, the basic idea is the same: fight your way to the final boss, a really big enemy that sits in the same patch of forest in each installment. In order to beat the big bad guy, you'll need to have leveled all the way up, a feat accomplished by defeating every enemy in the game. Naturally, there's a strategy and an order to doing all of this, but if we talked too much about that, you'd miss out on the delicious 20 minutes of game time the EasyQuest series has to offer!

Play them in any order and beat them whenever you have a free chunk of time. EasyQuest is short, simple, and guilt-free entertainment when all you wanna do is beat up some bad guys and feel like a hero.

WindowsWindows:
Get the free full version (EasyQuest)
Get the free full version (EasyQuest II: Slime's Revenge!)
Get the free full version (EasyQuest III: Mage Story)

Mac OS XMac OS X:
Not available.
Try Boot Camp or Parallels or CrossOver Games.

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I honestly don't know the difference between the first one and the 2nd one (could someone tell me?), and I went through the 3rd one without using any potions at all! I guess EasyQuest is an appropriate title, then, but I was expecting a bit more. However, I understand that this was made for a "try to make a game within 2 hours" event.

Also, in the first one, I didn't even need to kill every enemy! Unfortunately, that was the only part of me playing this game that gave me any sense of accomplishment, the rest just kind of felt like a waste of my time :{

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