The turn-based Role Playing Game in the classic style of the legendary Computer Role Playing Games that defined the genre!
Created by Eric Kinkead
In QuestLord you assume the role of a lone hero out to save the Shattered Realm from certain destruction!
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!
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 dungeons immediately!
Game Center Achievements and Leaderboards!!!
Auto-Mapping and large detailed world map!
A wizard named Throzdin!!!!
Fixed debilitating graphic bug of multiple Movie Lister Scrollviews
Fixed Catastrophic hard Crashbug with Yeti in Cragmore pass & other places. related to loot lookup
Pretty sure I fixed on Loathsome Load crash bug on some devices
Decided to compensate dying with full Life Point restoration
Terrain behind player in on map when you enter in a new area now
Fixed critical bug when you win the game
Fixed a ***String Error*** text when viewing Elf Gates
Ratings and Reviews
QuestLord is in my opinion one of the sickest RPGs for iOS. It has everything: loot, races (human, elf, & dwarf), a huge map, neat story, and sidequests. But there is a twist to that since the main story is based on side quests. I think this game was supposed to be a tribute to older RPGs but all I know is that its crazy fun. First of all, each race you choose starts your adventure somewhere else, which is a really nice touch because starting a new game feels different. The controls are really easy to get used to but it could use a tutorial as I did not know how to fight in my first battle. Visuals are pretty cool and old-like but they gave me motion sickness the first time I tried the game. Overall QuestLord is great and worth every penny as the game is really cool and hard and will keep you entertained for hours and hours. The only thing QuestLord is lacking is a good app icon. The current one looks kind of ugly as its just a dungeon corridor. So im going to have to give it four stars on that one. :/ anywho, questlord FTW!!
QUESTLORD 2 where are you?
Nice little game. I understood the studio in which it was produced has lost they dumbfounded. Gobsmacked lease. Due to the Landlord ‘s greed. Not sure who owns it now, but if he needs rent money I know a stupendously schtuiupid odd couple on the West side looking for a renter till the end of the year. After that, he’s sol [sunshine’s outa luck]. Nice 4 bedroom, could be five, with some hammering skills. Or even nun chucking skills or painting skills. Pets welcome. No horses, pigs, cows or chickens though. (Current owner has one old 18 year old Feline and one energetic little Guard Dawg) one small baby, no rowdy teenage boys welcome. Has fence, cement pond. Burial grounds under fountain in back and on side with marker saying Cat Crossing. Two beds upstairs with elevator (inside) Jack & Jill with en-suite. Can be wired for separate computer and phone expensive, many trees, mainly Texas Hill Country Oak, one ancient old fruit tree (fig). Current owner thinking about either chopping it down or letting it fruit one more season. Either that or making a cute little bikini out of the leaves for her burial suit. Loud headbanging heavy metal music most welcome ( when crotchety old man is outa earsight. ). Old man is very left brained. Read accountant. Always wanted to be an Art Major but couldn’t quite hack the cartooning). But is fairly good at
Good oldschool rpg with new style controls and interface. Beat the game, really enjoyed myself. Worth more than the asking price, although I think that the current asking price will make more sales. Simple to understand, but not so simple it takes the challenge out. If you like oldschool first person rpg dungeon crawlers with an enjoyable story, then buy it. Should be on apple's editor's choice list (although some of the games I've seen on that list lately look like they were placed there as the result of a bribe or something, so maybe this is best left off that list because it is actually a good game--we wouldn't want to scare any potential fans away by having it on that stupid list). The only downside to the game is it feels a little too short. But for 99 cents, it is perfect.
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- Eric Kinkead
- 36.7 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2013-2014 Eric W Kinkead
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