The Quest II

News and suggestions during the development of The Quest's sequel.

Re: The Quest II

Postby grantrob202 » Thu Jun 01, 2017 11:48 pm

macatron wrote:
Sylon / Redshift wrote:You can buy Legacy's PC, Pocket PC and Palm version from me at any time... In this case just write me an email (sylon at redshift dot hu). No iOS version available. But if you get the Palm version you can play the game with the Styletap emulator on Android devices too (if I understood it right when somebody wrote us this info).


Awesome, thanks! So, is there a demo version of the PC game I could try? I'd like to see if I can get it running via iDOS first. If I can, I'll definitely buy a copy from you because I freakin LOVE party based RPGs like this.

On a side note, did I hear mention that you were also working on a party based RPG like this? I really hope so! :D


Macatron - please let me know if you ever managed to get Legacy working with iDOS?
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Re: The Quest II

Postby macatron » Fri Jun 02, 2017 2:41 am

Will do! :D
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Re: The Quest II

Postby grantrob202 » Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:32 am

Does this mean that you never got it to work on iPhone? I have a fully functional version of iDOS but would like to know how to get Legacy to work
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Re: The Quest II

Postby DeMenchev » Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:45 pm

Legacy works well in StyleTap for iOS.
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Re: The Quest II

Postby grantrob202 » Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:31 am

Can anybody please advise what has happened to Quest II? It's been a while now with no update. Is it still going to be released?
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Re: The Quest II

Postby Elendil / Redshift » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:25 pm

We are working. It'll take a very long time. We'll write when appropriate. ;)

Sylon might write some more, I prefer not to. (Even if there are plans or even things done, a lot can change. We'll definitely try and give more information, but I think we prefer to work to talking about the work. :))
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Re: The Quest II

Postby Soldat » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:22 am

Awwwwe :(
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Re: The Quest II

Postby imran » Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:13 am

I know its been a while and don't mean to pester, any news on Quest 2? Completed the main game and the official expansion pack, now going to move onto HOL1.

Any new news on quest 2?
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Re: The Quest II

Postby Sylon / Redshift » Sat Jun 09, 2018 7:44 am

Sorry for not posting any news since a while... We are working on it, of course. Sometimes it's faster, sometimes it slows down because other tasks in our life. But we're working on it with Elendil. Only two members and a huge-huge game. It will be bigger than TQ1 of course, and TQ1 still took 2 years to complete with 3-4 members and no other tasks.
For Elendil, it means that he's alone with programming the whole game engine with the world editor from the very beginning, no reused TQ1 stuff this time, it will be a brand new, much more flexible and modern game. For me, just drawing all the graphics in such a high resolution means years of work, for example (partly because this time anything will be much better animated), but at last I can see the light at the end. :) And it's just a part of my task, I have to finish the writing and build the whole world with the editor.

Some details for the graphics, just to let you see the amount of work I have to put in: TQ1's monsters just had one animation, from the front, as you see them walking and attacking - 1-2 attack frames, one hurt frame, and that's all. It doesn't look too realistic... So in TQ2 I drew and animated them from all sides, also they have at least 3-4 different, smooth attack animations (for better strategy variations and gaming experience), etc. To take it to numbers: one TQ1 monster had about 10 animation frames, while one TQ2 monster has about 80-100 frames.
As for NPCs: in TQ1 you can see 2 men, 2 women and 1 child walking on the streets. In TQ2 you'll see at least 25-30 totally different NPC types. Also you will see (and hunt) animals here and there, etc. I have to draw them all. :) But I'm near the end, fortunately, I think on this Summer I'll finish all the graphic work at last, and on this Autumn I'll start to build the world itself with the editor - so don't expect screenshots before Autumn. :)
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