Honor Quest: Steam and Magic is a fantasy adventure game available in the Windows Phone Store where you have to help a band of heroes rid the land of evil forces. The turn-based combat game has you managing character development and strategy during battles.
The Windows Phone game has undergone a series of updates over the past few months with the latest taking the game to version 1.1.4. These updates have delivered several bug fixes, performance tweaks and a few new gaming features. Honor Quest: Steam & Magic is one of the more involved RPG games available in the Windows Phone Store, relying heavily on character development. The updates help improve gaming performance and extend the overall longevity of the Windows Phone game.
The most recent pair of updates to Honor Quest has delivered a host of improvements. First up was the update to version 1.1.3 that delivered:
- A new map to explore, Aunecart Valley
- Heroes can now are able to advance in experience past level 80
- Six new heroes have been added to the game
- A new item, Exp Books, are available to level up your heroes
The latest update, version 1.1.4, delivers a series of performance updates and bug fixes to improve the overall gaming experience. Dare I say, to make the game seem faster?
Overall, we found Honor Quest: Steam and Magic to be an entertaining Windows Phone game. There are a number of gaming aspects that you'll have to manage, such as character development, weapons upgrades and magic development. While you don't control your heroes directly in combat, the strategy lies with how you develop their abilities.
Honor Quest: Steam and Magic is a free gaming title in the Windows Phone Store with plenty of in-app purchase opportunities. At last check, the game is bringing down a 4 Star rating, which is about right for Honor Quest. If you've tried the game out, let us know what you think of things in the comments below.
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.