Message Quest is a tiny stained-glass point-and-click adventure about laziness and its herald. The atmosphere and story were inspired y a well-known Japanese animation studio.
This is the story of a lazy herald called Feste. You may know heralds, the guys who show up at the beginning of every story, looking for a hero to deliver that “call to adventure” thing to. You know, right before the interesting stuff starts to happen. That’s exactly our Feste's job: find a hero, give them their call to adventure, and be done with it. No exploits, no saving the world. But all he wants to do is sleep and eat candy. You must become his conscience and lead him through the struggles and strange encounters of the Road Between Worlds.
A cute fantastic journey for one evening—the game lasts about an hour and a half, so you’ll get the full story in one session.
The adventure will be fun for children and adults alike. Message Quest is an RPG for anyone who loves unusual tales of fantasy.
- Unusual stained-glass graphics that make everything look like a fairy tale;
- Charming characters with unpredictable reactions who share their stories;
- Puzzles with traditional mechanics that allow you to fully enjoy the story without losing game immersion;
"- Funny boss fights in true JRPG style with zany attacks and bonuses;
- A new dialogue system that allows you to control multiple characters in a conversation;"
- Jokes and easter eggs that will surprise you when you least expect it;
- A magical soundtrack written especially for Message Quest that will immerse you in the bizarre fantasy universe of the Road Between Worlds.
- New languages: Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Italian, Indonesian
- Minor bugfixes
Ratings and Reviews
It gets more interactive and interesting as you play. For example, an RPG like battle with silly fighting options as well as putting the pieces of a road together like a puzzle. Also, some of the dialog choices are quite funny. I haven’t played a game quite like it— it’s unique and surprisingly enjoyable.
So far Message Quest is like an interactive storybook with point and click/ puzzle elements. You can choose some of the dialogue but it’s pretty linear— though I’ve only been playing for a short time. The characters are mildly interesting and the stained-glass like cartoonish style is charming.
Why isn’t it in English?
I hope the developers read these. This Game I bought in the App Store & as far as what it says under Language....it says English and yet I can’t understand a word he says. When I click on the (British Flag, I believe) it takes me to a group of different colored flags of which I haven’t a clue which country they represent but I’m sure they aren’t from the USA. I click the British Flag which should work as well to play the game in English. And yet it takes me back to the game and the character speaks in a foreign language.
Is this truly a game in English and if so how do I change it to English. The written words are in English but not the spoken. Is it supposed to be this way? Can the entire game be played without listening and only by using what is written?
Can anyone help me. If developers help me to have game in English as advertised to me, I will definitely change my rating.
Developer Response ,
Dear Jullian, we are very sorry that it's not obviously for player that the characters use not real language. It's artificial language so when you choose english language you will have only subtitles in English. Hope it will help you a little bit...
That was good
Thanks, nice game
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