Quest for the Hero II released

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Dmitri Kornilov made a splash when he introduced Quest of the Hero I and now he’s back with the follow-up. A unique blend of stratey and role-playing (RPG) a lot of Palm owners will want to take a look at this one.

The second version has a number of improvements over the first effort:

  • Absolutely new amazing graphics. New terrains including show and desert, redesigned monsters, battle background pictures, new interface.
  • Absolutely new 70×70 adventure map to explore.
  • New objects on the map and more places to visit such as castles, towns, gates, creature hire places.
  • Teleporters.
  • Ability to buy/sell any creatures.
  • Spells and battle magic. There are lots of spells which have different strength and level.
  • Quests, which could be are called by Castle Kings, City Majors and other characters. Complete them to get some more experience and gold.
  • You will find some special items during your quests. They could be weapons, magic books or amulets that increase (or decrease!) the battle attributes of some of your creatures. Special items may affect only certain type of creatures. They are stored in your bag, or you can save them on the castle s chests.
  • RPG style of adjusting Hero’s characteristics when Hero achieves higher levels.
  • Ability to store and play multiple maps, each with their own set of save games. Using the Quest II MapEditor (will be available soon), third parties can create and publish their own maps running on the Quest II engine.

    System requirements include a 16-bit color screen, so make sure you’ve got the hardware before you grab the download. More information on the game is available here, along with a free demo and the ability to purchase the upgrade for $9.95 or the full version for $19.95.




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