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Two girls return to their hometown to save it from abandonment in ShiroKuroSoft’s Revival Quest, available on Steam and Denpasoft.

Revival Quest takes place in the same world as ShiroKuroSoft’s Alisa Quest, but it follows a different cast of characters and takes place in a new location. Swordswoman Ravilia and the mage Tyris grew up in the mining town of Elsinki, before they became adventurers. After five years, they decide to return to their hometown only to find it in shambles. The mine has closed down and the town appears to be abandoned. Originally, the girls were heartbroken that their home was gone, but they decided to revive Elsinki to its former glory.

In order to rebuild the town, Ravilia and Tyris need to get the mine up and running again. While searching for mining materials, they encounter many hardships. There are monsters, criminals, and people who want to see Elsinki demolished in their way. Even when faced with danger, they remain determined.

In this RPG Maker game, you need to collect materials and recruit miners to increase the town’s ranking to level five. If they are unable to raise it, Elsinki will be destroyed. Some people won’t help you unless you do them a favor or give them materials. Even though there are people who are interested in improving the mines, be careful of those with bad intentions.

You can purchase Revival Quest on sale from Denpasoft and Steam for $11.69. After March 31st, the sale on Steam will end and the game will return to its original sales price of $12.99. If you do plan on buying the game on Steam, don’t forget to download the 18+ DLC.

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