Forge Quest is a dungeon crawling rpg set in a voxel world. Explore the land full of chickens on a light hearted quest to become a hero. Delve deep into the randomly generated dungeons to battle monsters, find treasure and craft your equipment. Invite your friends to join your world and help you in your adventure.
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Release Date: May 22, 2015

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April 30

Community Survey #2: An Open World Forge Quest

We are back with another survey for the community. This time we want to ask some direct questions about your play style and opinions about Forge Quest in an open world setting. We can't wait to see what you have to say.

Proceed to the survey here!

Thank you again for time. Here at FQ headquarters we have been working and tinkering harder then ever to make new great experiences. We have messed around with a lot of technology and ideas and are eager to show you more as we can.

If you would like to ask us questions directly or otherwise be involved in the community we invite you to our reddit page here.

May the chickens be ever in your favor,
- Chase & FQ Team

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December 28, 2015

We want to hear what you have to say!

As Open Realms moves forward we want to make sure that our efforts are spent making the best game we can. This can be a difficult task, but we have found that keeping an open ear to the community is the best way to proceed.

In our effort to continue this, we created a survey asking about your experiences with FQ as well as what features you may want to see in the future. We want to hear what you have to say and would appreciate if you would take some time out of your day to let us know.

Survery Link

Thank you for being a member of our community. We will continue to strive to bring your fun and entertaining moments!

- Chase

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About This Game

Forge Quest is a dungeon crawling rpg set in a voxel world. Explore the land full of chickens on a light hearted quest to become a hero. Delve deep into the randomly generated dungeons to battle monsters, find treasure and craft your equipment. Invite your friends to join your world and help you in your adventure.

Long after great wars ravaged the land of Shmoop, a balance has been reached as both sides agreed to regulate all hero and villain related activities. This system flourishes as it creates the economic stability the land needed, and from it the great bureaucracy rose to rule over the land.

After many years from the system's inception, you step onto the scene. A strapping young adventurer who, after being dropped off by your parents, set off to obtain your Hero license from the kingdom. Although eager to claim your title, your path is full of danger as you must first prove yourself in the dungeons below. You also soon learn that not everyone plays by the rules and what it means to become a hero is much more then just a signed paper.

  • Play solo or network up to 4 players for co-op play
  • Randomly generated dungeons with scaling difficulty
  • Mix and match abilities from all 9 classes as you level
  • Collect treasure & forge gear into increasingly powerful items
  • Diverse monster and bosses to conquer
  • A light hearted story of adventure and what it means to truly be a hero.
  • Voxel Chickens!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: x86-compatible 1.4GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 300 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGl 3.2 compatible 3D graphics card with at least 256MB memory
    • Storage: 150 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX 10.7
    • Processor: x86-compatible 1.4GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 300 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGl 3.2 compatible 3D graphics card with at least 256MB memory
    • Storage: 150 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Linux - 64 & 32 bit
    • Processor: x86 or x64 compatible, 1.4GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 300 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGl 3.2 compatible 3D graphics card with at least 256MB memory
    • Storage: 150 MB available space
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Very Positive (468 reviews)
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Elite Nederhoff
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
I tried really hard to like this game even finished the first playthrough. Mobs were stupid easy if their was any. Costumes for your character but you can't even see what equipment you get. Skill trees are so small for your classes it doesn't even matter if you can play mutiple different classes.
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XB Randomx
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
Can i please have my money back, bought a copy for me and my brother played about 5 and half hours of boring repetive easy bull ♥♥♥♥, nothing hard about this game, and turning the enimies to 200% so they take longer to kill? ohhh man so hard. have fun with this crap
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CCCP🔥
( 454.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 9
WANT VR SUPPORT
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Blur
( 5.6 hrs on record )
Posted: February 18
A quaint, light-hearted adventure, whose quirky humor and simplistic graphics make it an outlier against all similar games.
That beign said, there are simply many games which do dungeons better. I definitely enjoy this game, and would recommend it to anyone for its decent pace and appeal to the pick-up-and-play gamer with only a bit of time.
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Allah The Snackbar
( 13.8 hrs on record )
Posted: February 11
Grinding, dungeon diving and epic chicken madness!
A game worth buying, deserving of much more attention!
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VaporizerStem17
( 21.0 hrs on record )
Posted: February 8
It been about a year since i played Forge Quest, and so far its pretty good. Its more updated and Chickens are more evil. I have nightmares of chickens now *shivers*
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0perator 88
( 2.9 hrs on record )
Posted: February 8
It's alright, Needs more customizing options, a lot more. I mean you can edit heads but you have to overwrite pre-existing models to use them. Custom map making is needed to. You have this incredibly voxel, very pixelly game, and it just cryies out for player made content. MASSIVELY SO!!! And without that's a very small game. Good on a half off sale but pales compared to dungeon Crawlers like Diablo 2 and Torchlight 2.

Get on a 50% sale or better, IF you like dungeon crawlers.
Would do well with more player made maps and character appearances.

Also needs a shared inventory system amongst all characters.
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Yssagiel
( 27.4 hrs on record )
Posted: February 7
This game is really super fun! It's like Spiral Knights' battle mechanics with a touch of Voxel graphics ( That comes with its own editor hidden in the game's files ), a bit of Diablo for it's loots, with a pinch of Nintendo Hard difficulty ramps.
The game is friendly to you at first, but things gets hot fast as you progress and new monsters munches your butt as you try vainly to save yourself. There's also a sweet equipement upgrader concept in the game, where that first starter helm of your can be upgraded until its capacity is reached. It's pretty cool! Although i have a few complains, it's nothing too bad and i quickly learnt to just deal with them. If you want a fun game that will suck up many hours, that's a good pick!
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anton
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: February 1
This game is a little slow paced compared to Call of Duty and other FPS's, but this game is by far the best military simulator with extremely large maps and a huge variety of vehicles and weapons to choose from. Singleplayer is not so great but all of the fun and action comes from the co-op missions online. You won't get anywhere in this game without an organized team which is one of the many reasons why this game is so fun. Highly recommended. Blows any competition out of the water (Op Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, CoD, MoH, etc.).
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DalekBoy™
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Posted: January 31
See what happens when you trust chickens?
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Deathtrack1
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: January 26
Truly there is not much that I can say about how other than how Awesome this game is. It has the perfect amount of dungeon crawling (most of the game), a very fun atmosphere for when you play with friends and the perfect balance of item farming and gold farming.
Truly if I could, I would give this game a 100/10, when simplified is 10 :)
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werken23
( 5.1 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: January 23
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R3450N
( 15.8 hrs on record )
Posted: January 19
It's safe to say that chickens developed this game. Either the chicken or the egg came first; but above all this egg of a game truly wins! The game has a lot of humour about its story, and the combat/gameplay is amazing. Try out the game and you'd be surprised what it can deliver!
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mina
( 19.0 hrs on record )
Posted: January 18
i enjoyed this game, quite a bit, my first playthrough. it didn't keep me too much past that but i'll probably try it again here and there evenually once i'm in the mood again, it's well done and has a lot going for it. if you like hack and slashers, comedy, and voxel art this is something you may want to try... i'll probably write a full review for this eventually but as it stands there's a lot of people i'd recommend this to, and only people that are a bit anal-retentive about their gaming would be the ones i wouldn't... if you aren't sure, get it on sale. i watched this game grow before i picked it up and it went from a quaint but simple dungeon crawl to being a game with a lot of cool features that can keep you playing for days on end. they really have something here and i REALLY hope they make a sequel!
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Beviah
( 16.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 14
Forge Quest is a unique Voxel twist with MMORPG qualities (similar to World of Warcraft or Diablo for some). I have never truly been a fan of overhead dungeon crawlers, but this was the exception. Do I recommend this game? Absolutely.

The Pros:
> Easy to play, hard to master
> Very flexible class system
> Interesting gear
> Rewarding progression
> Easy puzzles to start off the game
> Punishing difficulties
> Funny at times

Although in most games - the term; 'easy to play, hard to master' almost always applies. But in this game, especially so. Learning how to play is fairly straight-forward, but learning how to efficiently play your character is another story. The class system is very unique in this game, as you are not restricted to playing one class, you can hybrid your class points into different class trees to reflect your preferred play-style. In addition - your class' starting gear does not reflect the gear they are restricted to. There are no gear restrictions (at the time of this review), but different kinds of gear reflects the statistics and bonuses it will give. So if you are playing a caster-esque character, but you want to be more built to take more damage, then the gear you will be looking for is Spellplate. Or if you're playing a ranged-damage character, you will be looking for Scalemail, and so on and so forth. Progression in this game is in the form of different quests that unlock different stages of the game, which inherently give you more gold that you can spend to upgrade your items (up to 10 additional levels past it's original level), make gear purchases, purchase potions, teleport scrolls, costumes, or combat-pets. The puzzles are pretty simplistic and don't take much time away from your gameplay outside of a handful later on that slowly begin to become more challenging and require some thought. The game progresses in difficulty, as one would expect, and the game becomes more challenging with unique boss fight mechanics that will keep (especially Hardcore characters) players on their toes. To wrap it all up, the game has a slight sense of humor added into it, which makes for a very enjoyable game.

Cons:
> Very limited replayability
> No way to restore a previously, or accidentally deleted character
> No way to interchange player perspective (more of a personal opinion)
> You must always replay the tutorial on a new character
> Two gamemodes, story and endless (personal opinion there should be more to do, considering the story mode's replayability is relatively nonexistent)

All in all Forge Quest is an amazing game, I highly recommend it to anybody, as you can get a lot of enjoyment and fun out of it, however, like all games it has it's kinks, but - I would rate this game a 9/10.
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NotEdd.png
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: January 13
SOMEONE GET THIS PLEASE! IT IS SUCH A GOOD GAME BUT I HAVE NO ONE TO PLAY WITH!
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remi_sword
( 29.8 hrs on record )
Posted: January 7
I'm kinda mixed. The game was fun, mechanics were solid, and though the game was short it wasn't too short. The only thing I can really nitpick at is the story really takes a backseat about halfway through the game, and by the end I kinda lost interest in it.

Still a great game if you love Diablo style mechanics with a bit of crafting element added to it. I highly recommend online multiplayer to make it more entertaining. Though, you might want to wait for it to go on sale.
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Dingus
( 8.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 4
A good, 8 hour game. Nice to play with your mates.
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xxbyamomentx
( 12.3 hrs on record )
Posted: January 3
Bought this game on a whim less than 24 hours ago and I've already managed to buy myself a pet dragon and drop six hours into it. 10/10 chickens.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
16.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
Forge Quest is a unique Voxel twist with MMORPG qualities (similar to World of Warcraft or Diablo for some). I have never truly been a fan of overhead dungeon crawlers, but this was the exception. Do I recommend this game? Absolutely.

The Pros:
> Easy to play, hard to master
> Very flexible class system
> Interesting gear
> Rewarding progression
> Easy puzzles to start off the game
> Punishing difficulties
> Funny at times

Although in most games - the term; 'easy to play, hard to master' almost always applies. But in this game, especially so. Learning how to play is fairly straight-forward, but learning how to efficiently play your character is another story. The class system is very unique in this game, as you are not restricted to playing one class, you can hybrid your class points into different class trees to reflect your preferred play-style. In addition - your class' starting gear does not reflect the gear they are restricted to. There are no gear restrictions (at the time of this review), but different kinds of gear reflects the statistics and bonuses it will give. So if you are playing a caster-esque character, but you want to be more built to take more damage, then the gear you will be looking for is Spellplate. Or if you're playing a ranged-damage character, you will be looking for Scalemail, and so on and so forth. Progression in this game is in the form of different quests that unlock different stages of the game, which inherently give you more gold that you can spend to upgrade your items (up to 10 additional levels past it's original level), make gear purchases, purchase potions, teleport scrolls, costumes, or combat-pets. The puzzles are pretty simplistic and don't take much time away from your gameplay outside of a handful later on that slowly begin to become more challenging and require some thought. The game progresses in difficulty, as one would expect, and the game becomes more challenging with unique boss fight mechanics that will keep (especially Hardcore characters) players on their toes. To wrap it all up, the game has a slight sense of humor added into it, which makes for a very enjoyable game.

Cons:
> Very limited replayability
> No way to restore a previously, or accidentally deleted character
> No way to interchange player perspective (more of a personal opinion)
> You must always replay the tutorial on a new character
> Two gamemodes, story and endless (personal opinion there should be more to do, considering the story mode's replayability is relatively nonexistent)

All in all Forge Quest is an amazing game, I highly recommend it to anybody, as you can get a lot of enjoyment and fun out of it, however, like all games it has it's kinks, but - I would rate this game a 9/10.
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4 of 8 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2015
This game did not live up to my expectations.

Combat was clunky. The itemezation missed the mark of ARPG's it sought to clone. And the class trees were extremely tiny, with not much to choose from. Stick to torchlight/PoE/GrimDawn for your ARPG fix.

The basics are there, but this is just not polished or complete enough to be considered a full game, feels more like early access.
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113 of 137 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: November 25, 2013
An ARPG with great humor, if you don't buy it - at least keep an eye on this game, it's the only game where me and two friends actually kept playing after every crash, regardless of what happened. It was just too much fun.

WARNING: This is still in-progress though it actually has a lot of features already in, i.e you can play it now. However, it does crash for some people (me and my friend were on stationaries and crashed a lot; while the other friend was on a laptop and she seemed to not crash as often) if you are one of those people who think alpha and beta status = finished, no bugs. Then please stay away (from everything.)

tl;dr - Great game, a lot of fun, great humor (unlike Borderlands 2) but it does have bugs as it is early access, if you can't handle a couple of bugs: don't buy it.
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118 of 145 people (81%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
15.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 24, 2015
My approach to reviewing this game is going to be at odds with its whimsy. After all, this is an action-RPG about saving the land of Shmoop from an evil chicken. I probably shouldn't take it so seriously. While I appreciate what Forge Quest is going for, I don't think it does enough to establish itself as either a fun adventure or a challenging game.

As the hero-in-training, you'll brave the depths of four dungeons, contend with a handful of bosses, and craft superior gear. As far as the genre goes, Forge Quest offers plenty of diversity, with strong mechanics to back it up. At the start, you're given the choice between numerous classes. However, like Dark Souls, this is mostly just for starting out. As you gain levels, you can put skill points into fighter, thief, and mage classes. Your identity is not limited, because with enough experience you could become the mightiest arch-mage ninja warlord in Shmoop.

The combat falls somewhere in-between Diablo and The Legend of Zelda. Naturally you'll want the strongest gear, so you can crush your enemy in numbers. However, you'll also have to consider weapons that suit your style of play. A sword is suitable for most situations, but you might appreciate the strength of a great sword. The bow is the trademark of any good adventurer, but throwing knives are so much faster. Each weapon behaves differently, and has their own special technique when the attack button is held down. Essentially, you have to do more than just click on enemies to kill them. Numerous spells and weapon-skills round out your offensive options. My only complaint is that the mechanics aren't sufficiently tight. Enemies can and will hurt you even if it doesn't look like their attacks actually touch. You'll adapt to it in time.

Unlike most action-RPGs, the strongest gear is crafted, not acquired via monster piñatas and luck. Numerous weapons and armor are dropped when enemies are destroyed, but most of it is junk. By taking all this garbage to the forge, you can craft something powerful. All loot has its own level. Every piece can be strengthened up to 10 levels past their current. Equipment can also be slotted to hold ability-boosting runes. It's a very well-done system, too well-done really. While this likely won't be a major issue in the first play-through, crafting will lead to the player becoming overpowered.

Allow me to explain just how quickly crafting can get out of control. Stats are decided through exponential increases. Early on, you'll only get a few HP when you level up. Eventually this number goes to the 10s, the 100s, the 1000s, and beyond. Enemy stats rise in much the same manner. As long as you keep your gear updated, you'll hardly notice a difference no matter what difficulty you're on. The numbers are massive, but actually change very little. To really shatter the balance, you can pile on the runes and max out particular skills. I'm at the fourth dungeon of my Hard-difficulty play-through. My twin-axes have a DPS of 150,000+. I don't doubt that there are other players at the same point with even stronger weapons. It's absolute overkill and renders much of the replay-value moot. There's no real difficulty to a game, when bosses can be defeated in a couple hits.

Now I won't claim that this experience will be the same for every adventurer, but once you get a basic grasp of the crafting system, you will become overpowered. You could limit yourself by not crafting. However, this means you'll have to rely entirely on drops and your grasp of combat techniques. This is a worrying situation to consider, because the difference between 10 or even 5 levels of gear can be dramatic. The developer could always patch the game and make crafting less useful. This is an idea I'm torn on.

You may remember a game for the Xbox 360 called Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom. Like Forge Quest, it's an action-rpg with an overpowered crafting element. In that game, there were orange potions you could find. Basically, they worked as a multiplier when crafted to a weapon or armor. Most players just stocked up on these potions, and were able to turn their starter gear into something powerful enough to kill the final boss in one hit. It got to a point where nobody really knew how crafting was supposed to work. Eventually the orange potions were patched/nerfed severely, and everyone either gave up or stuck to the previous version. This is an extreme scenario, but I think it's worth mentioning. Balancing is an especially delicate aspect of Action-RPGs. You can't simply fix what was broken, or you risk making the game less fun. Difficulty has to expand outward by bringing in new challenges. Harder play-throughs shouldn't only result in stronger monsters. Give these creatures new abilities, throw in some new foes, and change things around when appropriate.

Even if I ignore the game-breaking crafting, it's difficult to muster an appreciation for the dungeons. Seeing as how they're randomized, it's important to include numerous ideas, so that every floor has something new to discover. Instead, repetition sets in far too quickly. The situations tend to be basic. There is a room, sometimes it is filled with enemies, maybe there's a block-pushing puzzle, or it could hold traps and treasure. I won't ask for innovation, but some variety would have done wonders. This might be a symptom of the locales, which are all too familiar to RPG fans. Instead of four large dungeons, I would have preferred to see eight smaller ones. It'd be nice to explore a robot factory, a haunted cathedral, or even a castle in the sky.

Multiplayer is available, although I think it'd benefit new players more than veterans. Teaming up to take on a deadly foe loses much of its appeal, when said foe is no match for even one hero. I didn't have any luck getting an online game started. One day I'll have to sit down and figure out port-forwarding.

With its charming voxel-graphics and light-hearted story, Forge Quest is sure to offer a pleasing first impression. However, it lacks the crucial elements that make for a highly-replayable action-RPG.

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55 of 58 people (95%) found this review helpful
Recommended
18.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 25, 2015
I really like this game, I beat it on normal difficulty in about 18 hours.What is great is after you beat the game it unlocks Intermediate, Hard, Expert, and Master. When you beat the game on a particular difficulty, you have the option to keep your levels and gear. The story and dungeons will reset to higher levels and harder enemies. I found the game very fun and challenging. It is cute and silly, but also serious and rather deep at other points in the story. I love the dungeons and the enemies, each dungeon seems to get better as you go. I found that playing this I really felt like the hero going through a fun and interesting story.
Pros-fun enemies and dungeons
Fun story
Cute graphics and music
Interesting fun spells and weapons
Having a house and storage in town, plus many workbenches and mechants around.
Cons-Bosses could sometimes be harder
I wish it was longer even if there is harder difficulties to play through
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45 of 55 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: November 26, 2013
This game has smooth controls that anyone can get used to. I highly reccommend playing this multi-player, due to the fact that you can not experience the full potential of the game without a party to back you up.
8/10

EDIT: The game still has many bugs that may afflict gameplay, do not fret, these will hopefully be temporary. Game is still playable. I look forward to see what Chase will add into future patches.
Cheers.
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39 of 49 people (80%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
18.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: December 14, 2014
My initial thought about this game was that it looked strikingly similiar to the game "Cube World." Upon playing it, however, I learned that the two games are in fact very different. This is a game for RPG lovers who are up for a fun challenge. There are lots of things to do, and I find myself constantly hoping for new gear with which to upgrade my current gear. Is this a fun game? Oh, absolutely. Are it's bugs game breaking? Not in the slightest. At least, none that I've come across *knocks on wood* I only wish that armor equiped shows up on your character.
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35 of 43 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: November 30, 2013
Lots of Potential. Devs are involved and updates are coming no matter how minor they are. More Early Access games need to be like this. Granted there is not a lot to this game just grind away at the mobs and get to the boss and more than liekely he will be bugged and just stand there while you kill him but again there is potential.
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28 of 32 people (88%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
68.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: January 14, 2015
This game is amazing with a high potential to become an awesome game for a very low price. Yes it is early access and they are still working on it, there is no release date for a final version. The developer care so much and are always present in the forums and help if you mention problems or bugs and solve them in no time.

When I bought it, I had my first play through and after this I could start on a higher difficulty with the same character. I had my second play through and got the invitation to play the pre-release of the new version. Now, with the latest update, they over thought everything they made before, changed all dungeons and now on my third play through I have the feeling to play a brand new game!

You start with your character and your sword in a small village. You talk with some people and choose to become a hero, start with the tutorial and your first dungeon in which you have to solve puzzles, avoid mean traps and fight monster mops, mini bosses and the final boss at each level. Don’t forget to collect the loot, weapons, boots, gloves, shields, helmets, gold to prove you always have the best one attached. Combine the runes you find, put them into the sockets to make your weapons and armor much more powerful. With the gold you purchase better weapons, potions and (if you like to) dresses and funny hats (you will do this later, when you have more gold as you need). Also you can buy pets, which are powerful helper in the dungeons. Some can do hard attacks, other spit fire, stun enemies or just take all the agro so you have a free hand to cast spells.

Spells? Of course you earn experience points with every kill you make and every new level you reach gives you one point to spent for spells and perks. If you spent enough points for one class you can choose your subclass with even better abilities. Feel free to spent points for Warrior and Mage, this can be a good combination and depends on your style you’ll play.

You really should get this game if you like dungeons, puzzles, monster mobs and tough bosses. It’s really worth its money! Get it for your friend as well to play it in multiplayer!

+ Random beautiful designed dungeons
+ Good Puzzles
+ Tough enemies and bosses
+ Plenty of loot
+ Customization with dresses
+ Contains chickens
+ Multiplayer with up to 4 players

- Often way too much loot so your inventory is full and you have to discard or sell them
- Puzzles too easy
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35 of 46 people (76%) found this review helpful
17 people found this review funny
Recommended
44.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 18, 2015
Here's the deal. Make this game open world, and we can all forget about Cube World.


Also, we need more chickens.
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23 of 27 people (85%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
17.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 31, 2015
This is an epic lil gem of a game! Bought the 4 pack on sale and the wife and i fell in love. Easy to join and find friends, great ways to customize your toon, through wardrobe items, gear (socket/rune) system that can be customized any way ya want through the forge, can multi class, has specialty class's. Good combat once ya get used to the controls, w/ a dodge block system. Good music, the art is well done for a voxel game, and the humor is great. Worth every penny.
P.S it is an early access game so you will find a few bugs, but i have to say its more polished than some releases ive seen. Thought i would also add a cpl helpful things. First your toon can be saved and loaded to any game. Second its random gen. maps so each play through is new.
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23 of 28 people (82%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
72.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 15, 2015
I enjoyed playing this game immensely and I still do because it's just fun to keep on playing. Due to the fact that it's still in development the storyline isn't much still but it's still fun to just play and go around hacking and slashing, exploring, and looting what there is to loot. I will say that it's extremely fun to play if you have a friend to play with (Not that it isn't fun to play by yourself) whether you're actually playing through the game to finish the story or to just goof around and have a fun time. I recommend this game to anyone that has an interest in dungeon crawlers or voxel games and that just like to play games with action and/or adventure in them.
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17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 1, 2015
Looks and feels like 3D Dot Game Heroes. Bought for the sole purpose of playing this game co-op multiplayer which works excellent. The game might be a bit too easy on it's first play-through but once you got through that you can start over in NG+.

Developers seem to be very involved in the community, still patching regularly after release.
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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
11.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: December 17, 2013
First, I would like to say that this is a wonderful game. Being in the state that it is now I feel this game is what cube world should of been. The classic voxel graphics, the amazing soundtracks, the dynamic sound effects,and the way the gameplay and skill builds feel. This game is in early access so it has a lot of work to be done on it,but the queston is, is it worth it for the stage that it is in right now? I would say yes. This game does not feel like an over reapeated era of gaming, it feels new and imporve and not a voxel game reapeat. There are 9 classes to pick from you can link different build together to make other unique class builds so no class build is alike,and it also features in the game a sandbox mode where you can modify quests. So if you're a sandbox building type of gamer forge quest is also for you. With that being said this game is, and I reapeat this game is not a minecraft or cube world rip off! It has it's own feel and unique features.The boss fights are also very unique, they all have speical entrances when they appear.Bosses also have unique spiecal abililtes and boss stages to make the boss fights feel more in depth and bring a more intense fast paced rpg combat feel.Also, I would like to note that in this game which alot of other games lack in is a companion fighting systems. In forge quest you can have a companion to fight with you like dogs, baby dragons,lizzard,and etc. note right now you can only obtain the dog as a pet, but later on other pets will be able to obtain. I also would like to note the maps, and dungeon depth is great , but could be change a bit like being able to see your friends on map and to be able to enlarge the map or world map in a dungeon. But, like i said its a early access game so you have to paitent. In all i'm very happy with this purchase, and can't wait until this game is released. so what are you waiting for? Go pick up forge quest today you wont regert it!
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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
4.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 6, 2015
Looking great so far. Running great in linux.
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
79.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: May 23, 2014
This game is great. Although there are bugs and crashes for some people, the devs are more than willing to help. But, there are only two of them, so you've got to tough it out for a day or two after posting something on the forums because they already have enough to work on, so give them a little slack.

The different classes that your character can get make this game entertaining for mutliplayer. Although I haven't played multiplayer much, the puzzles and enemies can give early players an adequate challenge.

I'm the kind of person that either over plays a game or doesn't play much at all. This is a game I've been able to play for hours on end because of the randomly generated dungeons and enticing storyline. Every time I go through the game, the storyline is still refreshing. The new pet system has made the game better too, with all of the potential this game has, I'd highly recommend getting it now or keeping a very watchful eye on it.
Happy gaming!
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11 of 12 people (92%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
12.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 29, 2015
Love this game. 9 hours in and just can't stop. Beaten the first difficulty and loved every second of it.

Great story. I was fascinated, I laughed and even nearly cried in the end. This game has a high replay-ability due to the random generated world, (as far as I read) no Hero level cap und lots of loot, many skills and cool abilities.

Story: 9 / 10 - had to take a point .. wish the story was a bit longer
Gameplay: 9 / 10 - just one word .. loot! lots of it!
Interface: 7 / 10 - it's okay, but a faster way to sell items (like CTRL+Mouseclick on the item) would have been nice. The Menu is not really pretty, but it works.
Sound: 8 / 10 - a bit awkward that fire traps have the same sound as spike traps ... should have taken the soundfile from the flame turret.
Music: - can't really tell .. have the music muted in 90% of the games due to haveing my own music running.

My conclusion:
Absolutely worth the money. I can recommend this to every RPG fan that focuses on playstyle instead of graphics.
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25 of 39 people (64%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
6.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: November 29, 2013
This is an outstanding game for coop/LAN parties, really, it's pretty fun.

Think final fantasy tactics meets minecraft.

the abilities are a bit basic, and it'd be nice to see more development

The random crashes essentially can ruin the game, which is why my friend won't play it anymore (lessens my experience as well)

pound for pound, almost a very good game, if it didn't crash often.
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
63.9 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: October 11, 2014
Great fun, addicitive, repetitive and humourful. I've put 53 hours in so far and I still enjoy every patch.

Developers are pro active and listen to all feedback. Worth the buy x
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 30, 2015
Pleasantly surprised. Take Cube World and make it a dungeon crawler, and you have Forge Quest.
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