Welcome to Sturmwind, a magical kingdom named after a legendary sword that has been protecting the land for many centuries. Prince Wilbert and Princess Wilma live a happy and worriless life in the great castle, until one day an ancient evil called ‘the horde’ appears at the frontier of Sturmwind, seeking revenge for having been sealed away by the holy sword. Thus, an exciting adventure through the kingdom begins in quest of finding the long lost sword to protect the land once again. SwapQuest is a fresh mix of rpg and puzzle elements, combining exploration, looting and fighting of the first with the simplicity and appeal of the last. Help Wilbert and Wilma find their way through Sturmwind Kingdom by building their path, finding shortcuts and training their abilities. Features: 12 different areas to explore Two playable character: Prince Wilbert and Princess Wilma Branching paths and hidden treasures Dozens of different enemies to fight Magic items, side quests, challenge rooms, ...
This week I've been working more on the world map. Some features were still missing like being able to choose your path whenever it splits up. Unfortunately I had to code the whole thing again to add the flexibility I needed, but now it's done.
Jussi also has been working on the next level, the Dark Forest, which is right next to the Light Forest. The story behind this is that the Horde once attacked the kingdom and hid inside this forest, cursing it for the centuries to come. Now it is a haunted place filled with strange shadows and glowing eyes.
Here are two of the enemies you will encounter in the Dark Forest.
Moonlight Flower - This carnivore plant has thorny vines growing all over the place, making it hard to progress. It can even create other flowers when the vine grew long enough, so make sure to cut it off as fast as you can.
Will-o'-the-Wisp - No one really knows where these strange lights come from, but they appear out of nowhere and can be hard to kill. Legends say that they hold the souls of the men who died in this forest as their eternal prisoners.
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