You arrive at a medieval city, greeted by a mysterious redhead lady and a grizzled warrior. You are given a quest: to explore the nearby woods. Before you know it, you find yourself crossing swords with skeleton warriors, casting fireballs at giant spiders and eventually facing a hulking golem at the end of the forest. And that was just the opening chapter of Questland, a role-playing game from Poland-based developer, Gamesture.
With colourful and crisp visuals, the game's main campaign will take you on an exciting journey through a wide and varied world, from deep woods and dark swamps to desert ruins and snowy passes, fighting against the forces of darkness in the process. Aside from the main quest, there are plenty of other activities that will keep you busy: fighting in the arena against other players, testing your character in the boss challenges, and taking part in limited-time battle events.
Throughout all those activities, you will come across plenty of new gear and crafting items, for a good reason. Collecting loot, crafting items and tinkering around for the best equipment combination are half the fun of Questland. Soon, you will find yourself spending a good deal of time in the city's forge to melt unwanted items and combine different ingredients into increasingly powerful gear. Whenever you meet overwhelming opponents in the campaign or the arena, you can always go back to collecting more loot and improve your weapons for a rematch.
If you're looking for an easy-to-pick-up RPG experience to play on the go, then Questland is a good choice. The game's long campaign will keep you pressing on to explore more of this world, while the intricate crafting mechanism will make you come back to experiment on creating the utimate warrior.