I’m not by any means a stranger when it comes to monster girls (“Monster Girl Tailes“, “Mia’s Quest: A Succubus Adventure” and “Monster Prom” are three really good lewd monster themed games that I like) nor lewd visual novels.
Even so, I still have to admit that it’s been quite a while since I played a decent lewd monster girl inspired visual novel.
You see, there are two free demos that you could download and play for “Quest Failed”, because both chapter 1 and chapter 2 offer a free demo (the chapter 2 demo is said to be more than twice the length of chapter one’s demo).
Long story short, I really liked the trailers for chapter 1 and chapter 2 of “Quest Failed”. So I ended up downloading both of Quest Failed’s demo’s just the other night, and good thing that, because so far I’m having a blast with “Quest Failed” (I’ve been trying out chapter 1 and chapter 2 for about two hours now) .
Anyways, I think you get the idea. So what exactly is “Quest Failed” all about then? Well, here’s a short game description and features list for chapter 1 and chapter 2 of “Quest Failed”:
“Quest Failed – Chapter One
Embark on an unlikely quest to become the world’s greatest adventurer in the first chapter of this action-packed tale!
Matthew has dreamed of becoming an adventurer for years, and today is finally the day he sets out to make a name for himself. He quickly realizes after a sticky encounter with a slime girl who perhaps he’s not quite cut out for this whole adventuring business after all.
Even with his first quest ending in a failure… and the second… and the third… he doesn’t let it get him down! He just keeps trying, day after day. Surely he’ll succeed one day, right? …Right?”
Quest Failed – Chapter One features:
– Five different monster girls to encounter, each more feisty than the last as they come crashing into the poor adventurer’s life
– Fully voiced, expansive h-scenes featuring intense action with each of the monster girls
– Relive your defeats in the gallery–either by simply viewing the CG, or by replaying the scenes altogether
– A lengthy, action-packed (in more ways than one!) story that sets the scene for far greater things to come in this young adventurer’s journey
“Quest Failed: Chapter Two
Is the continuation of the ‘Quest Failed’ series, following the misadventures of an aspiring adventurer and the various monster girls he encounters in his travels.
The second chapter picks up right where the previous chapter left off, with Matt having successfully repelled an undead assault against the capital city of Rhan, and being granted an audience with the Queen who seems to possess some kind of interest in him upon hearing of his exploits.
The capital city is a big place, with many curious individuals lurking behind its walls–some friendly, some…well…not so friendly. And with the player being given more freedom than ever before to explore this new city, who can say what kind of trouble young Matt might find himself in now?”
– Over 20 new characters to interact with, along with the return of the original cast you know and love
– A wealth of new h-scenes for every character, both old and new
– A sprawling city to explore, filled with optional events to discover, both during the day and night
– More freedom with choices, which matter more now than ever before
– Side quests which can be taken in any order, or ignored in favour of advancing the main story
As for my own thoughts on “Quest Failed” so far. Well, I like the demos enough to give the full version of chapter 1 and chapter 2 a try :3 (I hope that we will be able to review chap 1 and 2 of “Quest Failed” as soon as possible).
Other than that, I would just like to clarify that chapter 2 is still in development for “Quest Failed”. So there is just a demo available for chapter 2 at this time. However, you could buy and enjoy the full version of chapter 1 for 12 USD via itch.io.
So if you like what you’ve seen from “Quest Failed” so far, then I would recommend you to do so 😉
And with that said, what’s your take on “Quest Failed”? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
Editor in chief
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