Looking for a Dungeons and Dragons styled board game for your Windows Phone? Take a look at the new Windows Phone game Dark Quest.
Dark Quest is a turn based, fantasy role playing game for your Windows Phone where you play the role of a barbarian warrior on a quest to defeat an evil sorcerer and his evil minions who have taken over your lands.
Dark Quest is presented just like a board game with plenty of transition screens to illustrate the story line and shops you visit to upgrade your character and weapons.
The game features plenty of twisted mazes to navigate through and plenty of orcs, skeletons and other monsters to battle. You can control a party of up to three characters, each with their own abilities to compliment your warriors own skills.
The developers of Dark Quest did a good job with the graphics and animations. Characters in the game are represented by tiles (instead of animated figures), just like you would see in a table top board game. It gives the game a nice "old school" feel to it.
The only downside to Dark Quest is that there is no trial version with the full version is currently running $1.99. If you're a fan of the classic D&D games, Dark Quest is worth a look. You can find Dark Quest here in the Windows Phone Store. It is available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices.
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