Why save the world when you can conquer it? In EvilQuest, take on the role of Galvis — a dark knight obsessed with ultimate power. Set out on a quest of revenge,destruction and conquest in this exciting retro Action RPG title.
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“Xbox Live Indie Game Of The Week”

“The real prize of EvilQuest are the numerous boss battles you’ll engage in.”
4/5 – The Indie Mine

“If you’re even slightly interested in action-RPGs, EvilQuest deserves your attention. - See more at: http://www.extraguy.com/2012/01/evilquest-review-misanthropic-bliss/#sthash.wlUXVycl.dpuf”
A - Must Play – Extra Guy

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Why save the world when you can conquer it? In EvilQuest, take on the role of Galvis — a dark knight obsessed with ultimate power. Set out on a quest of revenge,destruction and conquest in this exciting retro Action RPG title. Along the way you’ll unlock ancient mysteries, discover legendary weapons, relics and magic…and of course kill thousands of those foolish enough to stand in your way!

EvilQuest features a wide variety of environments, enemies, and boss creatures – all created in retro style with 100% original artwork, animation, and music. In addition to fighting monsters, Galvis will also terrorize the residents of several towns and must avoid imperial agents seeking to re-capture him.

The goal of the game is for Galvis to take revenge on his captors as well as unlock the secret power of four legendary seals. Players will find a variety of weapons, items, and magic spells to increase their power as they play through the quest. The game also allows the player to customize areas of proficiency during level-ups by assigning points to particular attributes.

Key Features

  • dark and genre-defying dialogue and story
  • Fast-paced action-RPG gameplay
  • retro-style original graphics
  • original musical score
  • game world full of mysteries and twists to explore
  • multiple levels of melee attack through weapon charging system
  • 15 unique dungeon levels and overworld areas
  • 14 different spells with a variety of purposes and effects
  • 10 challenging boss fights
  • Dozens of pieces of equipment and items to discover

Requisitos de sistema

    • SO: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processador: 1.6 Ghz or higher
    • Memória: 1 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 200 MB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c compatible
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( 2.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de junho
Plays very much like an early ( 1990-1992 ) action RPG game on SNES, and has a twisted sense of humor. I like it, even if the game is campy and simple - it tickles the nostalgia bone so well.
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Publicada: 19 de junho
EvilQuest is a beautifully crafted little indie title, which plays in a style reminiscent of old school top-down action RPGs such as the original Zelda games. Rather than colleting the various gadgets which are the hallmark of Zelda however, the protagonist of EvilQuest primarily develops an arsenal of powerful spells, as well as steadily improving weapons and armour.

The other main difference, of course, is one of tone! As you might imagine from the title, the theme of EvilQuest is a decidedly dark one. We follow the story of an aspiring evil overlord, Galvis. Players will control Galvis as he slaughters his way across the continent, steadily gaining power as he quests to breach a set of ancient seals, obtain a legendary evil weapon, travel to the astral plane, challenge God and destroy the world. All in a day’s work, eh?

The mainstay of EvilQuest is the combat, which is a solid offering. As a traditional top-down fighter, Galvis can move and attack along the four cardinal directions with melee or charge for a ranged attack. The combat therefore revolves around cleverly outmanoeuvring your enemies, so that you can open opportunities to strike them without being stuck yourself. It all feels very solid and responsive, and as such I never recalled feeling that a death was unfair. And rest assured, death is a very real option. The enemies do deal significant damage, especially in higher difficulties, making skilful evasion an important factor.

Galvis also gains access to a steadily increasing selection of potent magic with which to mix things up. The spells are all creative and interesting, each having different tactical traits in addition to an elemental affinity, which meant that I found uses for all of them throughout the game. I particularly liked that higher level spells were, by and large, different enough from their predecessors that both spells retained some utility. Magic uses up quite a bit of MP, meaning that while spells are potent, you will also struggle to spam them continually (at least until late game), which forces you to balance your combat wisely.

The game also includes a fairly standard RPG level up system, which allows you to customize Galvis’ focus a bit. Coupled with gear and spells, this makes for a straightforward but robust development mechanic. You begin the game clad in rags and armed only with a shiv, but by endgame you will be mowing through hordes of enemies that once gave you trouble. It’s all very satisfying, and mirrors Galvis’ rise to power nicely.

Without a doubt, the greatest highlight of EvilQuest is the colourful boss battles. Each one is built up nicely so that it feels unique and climactic, and the attacks used by the boss are creative and varied, testing you on skills or knowledge you have picked up, and very much rewarding skilful play. A couple of the late game bosses fall to resorting to attacks which are impossible to avoid (or at least I couldn’t find a way to), however this only slightly took the edge off of the fun that these epic conflicts otherwise provided.

The story is simple, but does the job well enough. The dark tone is carried well, and there are a couple of little unexpected twists along the way, which I enjoyed. It would have been nice to have learned a bit more about Galvis’ background and the source of his motivations, but all in all, the plot is sufficient for the length and depth of the game.

On the topic of length, if you’re thorough with the game, expect a single play through to last somewhere in the region of 10 hours. It’s a fairly short game which doesn’t stretch itself out needlessly and can certainly be blasted through in a weekend. That said, quality is definitely the focus over quantity here, and given the very reasonable retail price of EvilQuest, I have been extremely satisfied that I had my money’s worth here.

The sound is also worthy of mention. The SFX are simple and basic, but serve their purpose fine. The music is certainly worth a nod, as the soundtrack is above-average and I very much enjoyed it.

All in all then, I thoroughly recommend EvilQuest. If you’re looking for a short, enjoyable romp with robust gameplay, and are tired of playing the hero all the time, you will certainly get your money’s worth from the very reasonably priced EvilQuest.
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Publicada: 14 de junho

Defeated in combat after sudden but inevitable betrayal the dark lord Galvis is captured and thought defeated. No prison can hold this much evil and he soons breaks free to seek his revenge.

A top down action RPG tasks the player with scouring the land looking for ways to regain his lost power at all costs. The story is a dreary sluggish affair that takes itself way to serious for the visual style of the game.

Gameplay is serviceable but analog movement with attacks only on the cardinal directions leads to many awkward misses. Progression is marred by a heavy requirement of grinding which drains much of the joy from the game.
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Publicada: 12 de junho
Be the bad guy? For real? For real for real? Yes for reals. Kinda zelda like as well.
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Publicada: 3 de junho
This game is a nice idea, its main problem is the graphics and some of the writing isnt very good, all in all for the 2 bucks I spent I enjoyed an evening of being a vilian.

For the price I thought this game was fun, just don't expect anything mind blowing
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Publicada: 2 de junho
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Publicada: 30 de maio
It's a fun game. Playing as the bad guy is an amusing twist. Decent controls. Fairly simple leveling. Not a lot of choices for weapons and armor. A fun little time killer. You can save anywhee on the outdoor map, but only in specific save points in the dungeons.
( 0.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de maio
I can appreciate what the creator was going for here, but it misses the mark. This feels, looks, and plays like a sophmoric classroom game project rather than a real project. I really wanted to like this after hearing recommendations that it's similar to Crystalis (one of my top 10 games of all time). The animations and controls are far from many ARPGs on even the NES (like Crystalis).

I'd love to see more games along this vein though. Hopefully Chaosoft Games has more talent working on these very rough edges for their next entry.
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Publicada: 25 de maio
This is a great game. I enjoyed it on XBLA, and I tried to get it to work on my PC, but to no avail. I'm using Windows 7 for those that are curious. I really tried to get it to work, reading the forums and all, but in the end, I opted for a refund instead. It's got great gameplay, a great story. I just couldn't get it to start on my system. If it works for you, it's a really good game.
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Publicada: 17 de maio
This is a classic RPG game that's so much fun to play. Only less than two hours in and I can say I've been enjoying every minute of it.
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Publicada: 24 de abril
Já pensou como seria se em um jogo você fosse o vilão da história ?

Bom esse é basicamente o jogo que você espera, em Evil Quest você controla o aterrorizante e poderoso Galvis, onde em sua história tem a intenção de ser o ser mais poderoso do mundo até mesmo conquistar o poder de Deus, para ser capaz de trazer terror e calamidade pelo planeta interito e qualquer ser vivo, matando tudo que está ao seu redor, enferentando os seus inimigos que impedem dos seus objetivos, etc. Com isso ele inicia a sua jornada para adquirir todos os poderes elementais do mundo, para obter o poder supremo, assim sendo capaz de derrotar Deus, para a destruição do mundo chegar em suas mãos. Se você souber inglês, vale a pena em se aprofundar pelo dialógo do jogo, é impressionante como Galvis age em reação aos seus inimigos ou qualquer cidadão comum, ele sempre deixa uma atmosfera de terror entre eles, sempre tentando superar pelos seus dialógos maléficos (e engraçados também kkk)


Em questão de gameplay, o jogo é bastante influênciado em The Legend of Zelda, então não espere de muita coisa única, o gameplay pode ser divertido, mas não é muito fluente e pode acabar causando incomodos ao player, além disso tem certos momentos que o jogo pode ficar meio repetitivo, e podem deixar o player entediado.


Graficamente falando, Evil Quest não é tão polido assim, muitos sprites dos personagens e inimigos são feitos por má qualidade, além de muitas das cutscenes parecerem que foram feitos no MS Paint (não é terrível, mas poderia ter sido bem mais improvisado)


Mas a questão é, vale a pena comprar Evil Quest ? Absolutamente sim, embora o jogo tenha alguns problemas e pode ficar geralmente repetitivo pelo seu gameplay, por R$ 4,29 é um preço bem aceitável pelo jogo, e pode sim proporcionar horas de diversão pelo player, o jogo leva em torno entre 4-5 horas, mas vale a pena jogar Evil Quest.

Nota: 8/10
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9 de 9 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
13.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 7 de maio de 2014
Vi umas fotos e vídeos e resolvi ver como era o jogo, me surpreendi, bem legal, vale a pena, é bem old school, lembra o primeiro The Legend of Zelda, claro sem tantos labirintos e nem é tão difícil, mas a dificuldade é na medida certa.
Além de não ser tão demorado, o q pra mim, ultimamente, é vantajoso! 3 horinhas e dá pra terminar o jogo, demorei mais pq fiz com mais calma e tentei fazer a maior parte das conquistas.
Resumindo: recomendo para amantes old school, é mto bom, no aguardo do 2!!

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7 de 8 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
15.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 21 de fevereiro de 2014
O jogo conta a história de Galvis um cavaleiro negro que jurou vingança ao mundo inteiro e para aqueles que o traíram.Quando ele sae da prisão jura tomar posse de todos os poderes necessários pra desafiar Deus e se tornar o imperador da destruição do mundo. O jogo é um action RPG, na qual tem elementos de outros rpgs clássicos como Zelda,Crystalis e Sword of Mana.
Se vc já jogou algum RPG no seu NES ou SNES eu recomendo totalmente e o preço tá bom ! (3 reais)

Pontos Positivos:Enredo muito bom,jogabilidade simples e envolvente.
Gráficos bons.Modos de Dificuldade como fácil,normal e difícil.Sistema de jogo fácil e simples. Sistema de Magias e distribuição de ponto de status como Ataque,Defesa,Inteligência e Vitalidade. O jogo no começo é bem complicado mas depois que vc pega as manhas nos chefes tudo fica mais fácil.

Pontos Negativos:Fator replay é muito fraco só vale a pena mesmo pela dificuldade. A trilha sonora em algumas dungeons e em outros lugares repetem fazendo com que o jogo fique cansativo.O mapa é muito pequeno só deveria ser maior dificultando e muito a exploração dos locais.Limite de level, só chega até o 25

Nota: 8.5
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6 de 8 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
1.7 horas registradas
Publicada: 8 de março de 2015
Jogo muitooo legal pra quem curte esse estilo de jogo. jogabilidade gostosa e simples..
Vale a pena..
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
30.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 6 de novembro de 2014
Simplesmente muito bom, jogabilidade boa, gráficos bons, bosses difícies e o principal, vc é o vilão, vc é cruel e impiedoso e o final é literalmente radical!!! O enredo do jogo é sua parte forte.

Vale muito comprar este jogo, serão horas com um game que remete a alguns clássicos RPG'S!!!
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2.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 27 de março
Bem trevoso esse jogo faz o estilo de quem põe arroz em cima do feijão.
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32.3 horas registradas
Publicada: 19 de junho de 2014
Mais um ótimo jogo pra comprovar que o RPG MAKER tem muito potencial. EvilQuest foi um surpresa: peguei o jogo em um bundle e quando resolvi testar não consegui mais parar de jogar. A historia embora simplória também é muito divertida (que nunca quis ser o vilão supremo?), o combate foi um dos melhores que eu vi do gênero (segue o estilo de Zelda, do SNES) e a musica também é boa. Embora o steam diga que joguei por todas estas horas, só levei 4 horas para terminar o jogo, se você for do tipo “caçador de feitos” você vai dedicar muito mais tempo que eu neste ótimo jogo.

Another great game to prove that the RPG MAKER has much potential. EvilQuest was a surprise: I got the game in a bundle and when I decided to test could not stop playing. The story is simplistic but also very fun (who never wanted to be the ultimate villain?), The fight was one of the best I've seen of the genre (following the style of Zelda, SNES) and the music is also good. Although the steam say I played for all these hours, only took 4 hours to finish the game, if you are the type "Achievement Hunter​​" you will spend much more time than I at this great game.
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Publicada: 20 de fevereiro de 2014
The developer is clearly a fan of the great classic "Crystalis" as can be seen by the gameplay, soundtrack, and system.

I really admire the retro-throwback feel. As for the plot, it is amusing and it is nice to play as the villain for a change. It does get overly repeditive to always play the heroes in this sort of genre so I consider it a breath of fresh air overall.

For a mere 2 bucks, this game is one of the best deals for fans of the classic action/rpg's from the days of old.

Well done, well done.

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Publicada: 22 de fevereiro de 2014
Awesome game!

1. $2.00, this is a bargain for what you get.
2. If you like retro, you will like this, it stays true to the classics of old.
3. Interesting story: you play as a ruthless, evil ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. It has some funny moments but also some engagingly bleak ones, do not expect to be a good guy for one second.
4. A final boss the way a final boss should be... beware.

1. Combat can sometimes feel repetitive, you may also feel like the only real challenge comes from bosses unless you are reckless.
2. Game sometimes feels 'barebones' in respect to itemisation and some areas are repeated with different textures.

I recommend playing on hard from the start, I never tried normal but hard seemed just right.

In summary:
Buy this game. It was a blast, it gave me a solid 7 hours of entertainment, and will probably give you more if you want to collect all the achievements.

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Publicada: 27 de outubro de 2014
Evil Quest is more or less a homage to the classic NES game Crystalis. I'm sure this little nugget of info has been mentioned by many other reviewers, all the same it's worth mentioning.

Homages are a mixed bag. This is how they usually end up: "Wow! This reminds me of my favorite game...except worse." Evil Quest isn't as good a game as Crystalis, but it's still okay. Evil Quest is about Galvis. What does he want to do tonight? He wants to destroy the world. He kills everyone that stands in his way, and even murders anyone that annoys him. Like any other villain, this guy also talks too dang much. While I can't imagine a mute evil-protagonist working out, by the end of the game I was sick to death of Galvis and his speeches.

As with most action-RPGs, Galvis starts with a pitiful knife and dirty rags, and his enemies are mere rats and low-ranking grunts. By the end of the game he's wielding the legendary chaos axe and slaying dragons & demons with no trouble. Getting to that point involves the typical town -> overworld -> dungeon progression. The dungeons are standard stuff, lots of respawning enemies, some treasure, sometimes a puzzle or two. It's nothing really involving, but I guess that's to be expected from a game that harkens back to simpler times.

The only bothersome aspect is that with every level-up, you're given points to distribute. Having stats for HP and DEF seems a bit superfluous, especially on hard difficulty where everyone hits like a truck. Boosting STR and MAG is more effective, mainly because the faster you can kill something, the less chance they have of damaging you. Plus if you want all the achievements you have to focus on two attributes (this will take two play-throughs), because the level-cap will keep you from maxing out all four.

This game can be really easy, with much of the difficulty being player-imposed. By this I mean you have things on harder on yourself (don't buy healing spells, don't use potions, etc) to remain challenged. However, the final bosses have some cheap attacks that are nearly impossible to dodge, so it's probably not the best idea. A sequel is in the works so the issues involving difficulty should get ironed out.

What I'd really like to see out of the sequel to Evil Quest is A) better art-direction B) better plot C) a more involving quest. An old-school bum like myself probably shouldn't care about A or B but they along with C are why I consider Crystalis the better game (well, all that and better difficulty balance). Evil Quest was originally an Xbox Live Indie Game and it shows. The sprite-work is serviceable but not in any way unique, and just looks really banal.

C gets it's own paragraph because it's the most important of the three. A good quest isn't just finding powerful weapons and killing massive enemies. Crystalis gets a lot of credit for changing things up beyond "kill monsters & get money". In one area you could ride around on a dolphin, there was a town run entirely by women, and you had to use a metamorphis spell to talk to their queen, there was also a zombie-infested town, and so on. In a lot of ways Evil Quest is too similar to traditional action-RPGs, which results in missed opportunities.

There aren't many games where you play somebody who is actually evil. It seems like there would be a lot of cool methods to progress the plot, like using sabotage, threats, murder, etc. Take Kefka from FF6 for example, imagine playing as him. At one point you poison the kingdom of Doma, later on you assist the emperor in fooling the resistance, then not long after that stab the Emperor in the back and take all of the god-like power for yourself. The rest of the game could be spent trying to stay one step ahead of the heroes, slowly picking them off one by one (or in parties).

All that said, it's not really a huge deal. As a homage throwback whateveryoucallit title, Evil Quest is solid. It has the basics down, and a sequel could turn out to be pretty spectacular with enough creativity injected into it.
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