Independent developer Frost has released the first early demo of his visual novel Quest Failed, starring a bumbling hero getting into highly erotic situations with lovely monster girls.
Failure isn’t always a bad thing. That’s the first and primary lesson that Matthew, the hero of the upcoming visual novel and eroge Quest Failed, learns when setting off on his grand fantasy adventure. As he blunders his was through the world, failing task after task he meets and unwillingly forms a party with attractive monster girls. Matthew’s adventure soon take on a more serious tone as fate seems to lead him towards greater exploits. To find out more about the game’s story and features, all you need to do is keep reading on.
Quest Failed is an episodic adult visual novel currently in development, focusing on the journey of an aspiring adventurer, and the various creatures he encounters in his quests; of which he ultimately succumbs to each time.
What starts as a series of failed quests for the poor adventurer–and the various monsters that seem to tag along with him whether he likes it or not with each subsequent failure–soon spirals into something greater as he stumbles upon a village in flames, an undead horde, and a mysterious girl commanding said zombies.
Could this adventurer’s fate be tied into far greater things than he could ever imagine? Or will he end up becoming little more than a toy to the monster girls that stalk his every movement? It’s up to you to decide!
Quest Failed currently features:
- Five different monster girls, each more feisty than the last as they come crashing into the poor adventurer’s life
- Several, expansive h-scenes for each monster girl, with a variety of layers to each part to give a greater scope to the action taking place
- Fully voiced h-scenes for each of the monster girls
- A variety of voice clips for more general dialogue (though this could potentially evolve into a fully voiced game provided the funding is met)
The cast of monsters girls will also grow with each chapter as it’s released, ensuring that by the end of the tale there’s going to be more monster girls than the adventurer ever bargained for!
####Jilly, the Mischievous Slime Girl
The first monster girl the main character has the misfortune of meeting.
She is a bouncy, friendly and fun-loving slime, opting to tag along with the MC for her own amusement, viewing him as one of the few humans that she can approach without fear of being smushed beyond repair. Though, her playfulness can perhaps get a little out of hand the more excited she gets, spelling trouble for the MC.
####Nefertari, the Sleepy Mummy
A perpetually sleepy mummy, roused from her centuries long slumber by the unsuspecting main character who stumbles upon her resting place.
A lot of the sleepy mummy’s history is shrouded in mystery, with even Tari herself not being able to recall much of her past life, or even what she had for breakfast, for that matter. Despite this, she is a friendly, caring individual. …Even if her hugs can end up being just a touch too strong for most spines to withstand.
Her bandages appear to have a mind of their own and act according to her emotions; ensnaring and capturing those whose ‘warmth’ she wishes to take, needing to sustain herself on energy borrowed from others due to her undead nature.
(Characters yet to be revealed!)
####???? the Soulless ????
####???? the Bandit ??????
####??????? the Bewitching ?????
The first demo of Quest Failed introduces both Jilly and Nefertari, and even features fully voiced sex scenes. A lot of the in-game elements are still in early development and are subject to change, so you can expect a much higher quality experience the longer the game is production.
The Quest Failed demo (available on PC, Mac and Linux systems) can now be downloaded for free on the game’s itch.io page.
It’s possible to fund the development of Quest Failed via the developer’s Patreon account. By supporting Frostworks, you are not only funding the development of Quest Failed, but you also get access to all the early versions of the game and the ability to affect the in-game events and characters directly. Frost also offers several higher patron tiers that will net you your own weekly produced text stories and even your own custom game at the highest level.
For updates on the game’s development and other miscellaneous issues, you can also follow Frostworks on their Twitter account.
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