QuestLord

QuestLord

an RPG in the classic style of the legendary CRPGs that defined the genre.


Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 1.4.7
  • Updated: August 12, 2014
  • Requires Android: 2.2 and up
  • Installs: 10,000 - 50,000

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Descriptions


In QuestLord you assume the role of a lone hero out to save the Shattered Realm from certain destruction!

A turn-based Role Playing Game in the classic style of the legendary Computer Role Playing Games that defined the genre.

★★★★★FEATURES★★★★★

✓Dungeon crawling action!
✓Screen swiping combat!
✓More than just DUNGEON CRAWLING action!
✓Explore vast worlds and over 160 maps!
✓Not just trapped in a dungeon, explore wilderness and cities!
✓Level up by crushing your foes and finishing Quests!
✓Nonlinear gameplay!
✓Perma-Save game system with 3 game slots!
✓3 races to choose from Human, Dwarf, Elf!
✓Over one hundred NPCs to interact with!
✓Each race has their own starter location, making gameplay feel fresh and unique!
✓18 different quests!
✓Secrets to uncover!
✓Detailed pixel style art!
✓Over the top animations for your defeated foes!
✓Quickgame - a Perma-Death Rogue-Like to jump into uniquely random generated
✓Auto-Mapping and large detailed world map!
✓A wizard named Throzdin!!!!

Reviews


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  • QuestLord
    Hons Hon Central Published date: May 5, 2017

    The game is a bit generic in terms of story, but the game world is fun. It is a joy to start with new characters. Also, the option to have quick levels like this game does is amazing. The graphics are really cool and have a sort of 90s game feel to them, the sound effects are good, and the combat is great. I haven't seen combat like this since Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall. In that game you had to move the mouse to swing a sword. And, this game gets that done with touch screen controls which feel much better. Full Review

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    Travis W Published date: September 29, 2015

    Awesome game! I hunted like crazy to find a game that was similar to Quest Gold, and similar games. This game fit the bill perfectly. All the starting classes have their own starting locations, and work their way to the same location. So all classes can go to all the other starting class locations. That's extra missions, and XP. Despite the other reviews, I found more gold than I needed to buy all the gear and healing items I needed/wanted, and then some. I finished the game with over 6k gold. Great game! Worth the money Full Review

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    Steve Rau Published date: December 6, 2015

    Almost perfect This game is pretty sweet if you like old dungeon master and lands of lore type games. I was wondering if there was anyway to save or checkpoint so I don't go all the way back to the beginning when i die. Also did you make the sword slashing sound with your mouth? If so, that's awesome. Full Review

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    William Smith Published date: February 27, 2016

    Really, really good I'd never played this kind of game before, and it took some getting used to, but the payoff was well worth the investment. I didn't find it too challenging, although I did resort to an online guide once to find an important item I'd missed. Really, though, everything you need to succeed is in the game, and it does ask a lot of you. Read the tutorial, it'll help tremendously. Worth the money, give it a try. Full Review

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    Lee Burbridge Published date: December 28, 2014

    HIts the spot perfectly! I tried them all, but this is the truest CRPG game on android I've played. Not sure how long it is but I've been cracking away over x-mas and enjoyed it all so far. No sticking points, but not too easy either. Only recommendations I'd make are an on-screen compass, more RPG touches like staying at an inn, and things like fast travel with horses etc. Full Review

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    Geno C Published date: December 28, 2015

    Absolute great game! For the people complaining about not having enough gold... They just suck at the game. Its okay to be a casual gamer, no need to be ashamed or bash the game :) great amount of exploration/playability. Not the greatest story line but doesn't deter me from wanting to explore. Its like having a mini elder scrolls game in your pocket. I definitely recommend it. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Published date: June 23, 2016

    My favorite. Make more games erik!!! I love this game so much id help the developer in any way I could. Feels like elder scrolls arena. Would love a few extra puzzles. Please keep actively developing this amazing gem!!! If you ever decide to abandon this project give the source code to me. One suggestion would be a little more interactive dialogue with npc characters. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Published date: May 18, 2015

    Fun game, but no cloud save! I really like this game and it reminds me of the kind of game I used to play on the NES or on my 486 back in the day. However, I will probably reset my phone soon and there is no cloud save, so all my progress will be lost. Having had its last update back in 2014, I know that I will not get to see that feature anytime soon. Such a shame, really. It was the only thing missing from an otherwise great game and purchase. Full Review

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    Ethan Davis Published date: April 28, 2015

    UNBELIEVABLE I LOVE this game. I've been playing it for weeks. This is the elder scrolls for the phone or as close as you are going to get. You will get addicted. You will love this game. It can be hard, but you have to learn to pace yourself. I have no complaints. Maybe in a new update, put bows in. There are ranged spells and items though. I IS WORTH THE MONEY. Full Review

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    Michael Redmond Published date: February 21, 2016

    Great Game This game is amazing. I enjoy it, it is very reminiscent of games like Arena and Daggerfall. If you like killing bandits, skeletons, goblins, etc. Obtaining loot from their dead corpse and leveling up your character to destroy them faster. Exploring dungeons, towns, and the vast world. Get this game, it is seriously worth the price. The only problem is getting lost in the forests cx Full Review

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    Nathaniel Fries Published date: February 18, 2016

    A little to easy to play, a little challenging to find every quest. I nearly beat the game without having found the spell book. Never had any issue finding gold, usually had enough to buy the best equipment available by the time I was ready to leave an area and rarely ever needed to buy healing items. Full Review

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    Adam Piskel Published date: March 23, 2016

    Still Nothing Quite Like It Did I never rate this game? I'm terrible. Quest Lord is the opposite, a fantastic first person "dungeon crawler," except this adventure takes place over a whole connected world with a large variety of environments, quests and secrets. It's an amazing time all around and perfect for both long sessions or quick dips waiting in line somewhere. Full Review

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    Curty Griff Published date: January 23, 2016

    Solid old school dungeon crawler I really like this game a lot. It reminds me of the old elder scrolls games like daggerfall and arena. His makes it super easy to play, short learning curve, and cool old school graphics. Well worth the dollar if you're in to old dungeon master style games. The only thing I would add is a compass at the top of the screen, sometimes it's easy to get turned around. Other than that, great job, hoping to see more from this developer in the future. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Rex Freeman Published date: January 2, 2018

    Great Vfm and a lot of fun. Call it minimalist or old school or whatever makes you happy, (the controls are way more responsive than vintage games I've played) but this is an exceptional and thoroughly enjoyable 3D RPG that an obviously very enthusiastic gamer has created. It's offered at little cost and demands little download data, doesn't make your phone overheat or bleed its power, has distinctive levels, great visuals, apposite sound effects, moderate to challenging gameplay and so many rewards. Mainly it has an x factor that few other phone games can sniff at. The promise there may be a sequel is the only aspect of 2018 in general that appeals to me right now. Anyway, my best advice to you is if you go through a door that loads the next part of the game, you just saved it also, so backtrack frequently! Enyoy yourselves!! Full Review

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    Published date: January 23, 2015

    Don't even bother Stupidly hard game with an unnecessary choice between healing items or better equipment (not enough gold for both), so your character dies far too often. The map is also far too complicated. Sack it, money back. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Jacob Rothermel Published date: September 3, 2014

    Amazing Game Everything - EVERYTHING - that was great & entertaining about games like Lands of Lore, World of Xeen, and any other First-Person-RPG is here in QuestLord. There're no cards or some other nonsense to collect or constantly obsess about; pick up a sword (or a spell book, if you prefer) and kick Evil's butt. Smart. Replayable. And entertaining. I would buy this game again at four times the nominal cost. I can't remember the last time I've enjoyed an android game so immensely. Full Review

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    Gregory Doty Published date: October 14, 2015

    Great Throwback to 80s RPG The look and feel are a great nostalgic trip to my Amiga days. So far the only downside is the anemic drop rate for loot. Edit: I kept playing and persevered. It's tough, but far from impossible. The story seems to keep going as well. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Clinton McDaniel Published date: August 10, 2017

    You will get lost often. I see it as a testament to how expansive the world is. I have no idea how many times I've played through this game over the years and I expect to keep getting lost in it. Thank you, Eric, for keeping me busy at work. Full Review

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    joshua thompson Published date: December 23, 2014

    Only thing i ask Love the hame alls i want now is more quick game characters and even some evil quest lines ,and maybe higher level system. . Other then that love the game challenging fun. Make more Full Review

  • QuestLord
    George Davis Published date: June 7, 2017

    Well written Eye of the Beholder clone, with a consistent, tongue in cheek style and a lot of depth. Perfectly smooth to play, no stupid slow turning animation or anything, just straight quick 90° block jumping. The graphics are faux vga pixel art, but very nice nevertheless. Sound is also nice and atmospheric. Get this if you liked Dungeon Master, Ishar, Bloodwych, Knightmare, Abandoned Places, or any of those similar classic games. Full Review

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    Richard Braakman Published date: September 19, 2015

    It takes some getting used to but now I like it a lot. Surprisingly interesting world and quests for a game with such a dumb name. Hint: save up your gold for the best equipment. Don't spend on healing, you'll find enough healing items. Full Review

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    Gord Peach Published date: January 11, 2017

    Gets old fast It's a neat throw back to the old school might and magic style of games, but suffers terribly by its lack of debth. When you get past the nostalgia shtick there is nothing of substance left. Full Review

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    Kelsey Lin MacNeill Published date: October 12, 2014

    I love QuestLord! It is a CRIME that this game doesn't have more downloads. Do yourself a favor and get this masterpiece, I promise you won't regret it. It's fantastic and will keep you busy for a long time. Be careful—it's addicting! Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Stephan de Man Published date: June 4, 2015

    Good old fashioned fun. It's definitely a throwback to those old difficult dungeon crawling games, but a more simplified version. So far I haven't seen any switches or puzzles, just hack 'n slash action. The graphics are a bit overly retro for my taste, but this is a design choice and used throughout the game so in the end it looks good. Certain design decisions I'm not sure I agree with. Not everything has to count as a 'move' in my opinion, this just makes the game slightly harder and (in those moments) slightly annoying. One thing I don't like though is that the How To Play links to a website, it should be contained in the game itself. Cloud save, I don't really care about. As long as you do regular backups I'm assuming you won't lose too much. Integration with Google Play and achievements might be interesting, but again I don't really care too much about that. Full Review

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    Patrik Karlsson Published date: February 21, 2015

    Great! People who look no further than the graphics will miss a gem. This game is like a primitive Lands of Lore, with tons of content and a real homage to the genre that started it all. I beat it today. I was almost giving up because of the overwhelming strength of the end enemies, but then I found a shield that made all the difference. Played as human btw. Looking forward to the sequel. Hopefully with 16 bit graphics, cloud save, landscape orientation, and without swipe attacks this time. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Explorida Published date: January 23, 2015

    Fantastic Some of the best RPG gameplay on android, and more than worth its $1 price tag. My one real qualm is that the races aren't balanced equally, and the elf mage is very underpowered in comparison to the human warrior. Full Review

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    Vincent Racicot Published date: June 29, 2015

    Could be more Good throw back to old school dungeons crawling. The premise is cool, execution could be so much better. Attacks not always responsive. Massive difficulty spikes. No sound of music control. Graphic adds to the charm of the game. Map somewhat convoluted. Full Review

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    Aidan McIntosh Published date: October 2, 2017

    I really like this game, and I first played it probably three years ago. There's still one problem though. I can't get past a certain level in each class selected. With human, I can't get past robbers forest because I can't save because I don't have any items. With the elves I can progress much farther, but I get stuck because I keep dying since its so hard. With the Dwarves I can progress the farthest, but I can't even leave the keep. Please fix this. Change the save system so that you don't need a sacrifice. That would fix just about everything. Full Review

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    j a y Published date: February 26, 2016

    True nostalgia This game is a gem amidst the playstore's myriad of RPG focused titles and this one in particular, despite its retro style which is also a grand novelty, has a very immersing experience. I love the world lore, the short and snarky NPC's, the exploration and the combat system. **To a poster below about the difficulty of the game, I've never had trouble collecting money. Always grind and loot an area suitable for your level, sell old gear and complete quests. Last but not least: EXPLORE. Can't wait for QL2. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Rick Francis Published date: December 31, 2014

    Loot Drops lacking, I love the old trow back games like this, and I have been playing this game for a few hours. but I am really getting annoyed and aggravated about the lack of Gold and loot drops in this game. I'm constantly dying because I can not hardly find any food or gold drops from the enemies that you kill in the game. I like the game, but the developer really needs to re-balance this game more. You literally kill 10 or more bandits and get nothing from them at all. at least when you are killing a bandit there should be some gold dropping. This game has all kinds of potential, but please devs, fix your loot drop rates. I will rate this game higher if they fix the loot drop rate. Full Review

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    Jesse Lawson Published date: November 14, 2015

    I would rate this game higher, but c'mon! No monster respawn! How the hell you supposed to earn gold and grindlvls? A major flaw, makes it not worth playing. You fix this easily fixable flaw, this would be a really good game. Full Review

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    Aaron Duus Published date: September 15, 2014

    Wish the onscreen hit and magic points were number counts and not meaningless bars. Really getting my @$$ handed to me in this final battle as I guess where the hp is at. Otherwise the game is great. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Tony Schoonover Published date: June 8, 2016

    WOW QUEST LORD IS AWSOME Quest lord is an open world game on a vast continent staged in an old world of swords,magic,and monsters. I really think its great for kids that are starting to learn to play games.I actually like it,just wait for the creatures to a porch to attack,you live longer...great game!!! Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Ethan Callahan Published date: October 19, 2016

    One of the best old school RPGs on the Android I loved it, a bit to hard at the end but you can get some hidden armor and a flanged mace to even things out a little. Also no matter what class go through the elf area to get the spell book. Teleport is just worth having. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Martin Melicharek Published date: October 21, 2016

    Absolutely fantastic! Fell in love with it the moment I started it up and have been enjoying it ever since. Worth much, much more than its asking price. As a developer myself I can clearly see the love, effort and devotion that went into this game. Eric, please keep at it! Full Review

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    Angelo Pe Benito Published date: October 8, 2016

    Fun Sometimes the maps are a bit confusing, even with directions. It's all good fun though, and well worth the money! Once you get some kind of regeneration item the game really takes off! Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Nick Higdon Published date: August 23, 2017

    I have beaten this with all 3 available characters. I have scoured every inch of terrain (I think, Alcazar has a spot I'm not sure I can reach), collected all the loot, and spoke with all the NPC's. Apart from a harmless clipping issue in Threznik, this is a sturdy build. If I had to change anything, I'd ditch the shield bash; it's not especially useful. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    J. F.G Published date: November 13, 2015

    I want to know the mechanics behind it. Did you use a 2D engine with a grid and images being conjured based on player direction and tiles stepped on, or did you use a 3D engine and make sprites 8 directions? Also, how did you make the sprites have distance based off where they are standing in the player view? I just want to know how these fake 3D games are made with 2D. Gets my imagination going. Please respond if applicable. Full Review

  • QuestLord
    Pierre Roux Published date: January 17, 2015

    Can't see anything... The game maybe looks better on a very small screen, but on tablet, it's just atrocious. You can't tell what is what, it's just a messy pixels blob, making it impossible to play. Seriously, let's not compare this to Eye of Beholder or Dungeon Master. Failed attempt to re create art made 30 years ago, let alone the fun of these games. Full Review

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    Scott Vyper Published date: March 27, 2015

    Missing some key features First off, I will say this is an excellent throwback dungeon crawler. This brought back great memories while playing it. There are a few minor/major issues that this game should work on. The inability to strafe hurts a lot. Especially since it takes 2 moves to effectively turn a corner, opening up 2 shots from a monster if you're trying to give yourself some breathing room. Lack of sound controls or an options menu as a whole makes playing your own music during the game impossible, this is almost necessary since the music in the game is an 8 second loop that clips. A perception stat that increases likelihood of hitting your target would also be a welcomed addition. All the strength in the world won't help you if you're constantly hitting 1s and 2s. Outside of these flaws, I'm enjoying my experience with the game and you will to. Hopefully the developer reads these and will consider them. Full Review