Dragons, witches, trolls... No one can stop Anna. With her telekinesis, unorthodox use of torture instruments, a knack for improvisation and the help of a shady fox she just makes her way.Read full description
“It is perfect.”
90% – ModVive
“A Unique Point & Click Adventure Game You Don’t Want to Miss.”
82% – Canadian Online Gamers
“... and in the end I was sad that it was over.”
8/10 – Gamereactor
Dragons, witches, trolls... No one can stop Anna. With her telekinesis, unorthodox use of torture instruments, a knack for improvisation and the help of a shady fox she just makes her way. She communes with the dead, shuts off the local taverns beer supply and gets old ladies behind bars...
The world of author Dane Krams' debut on the game development stage isn't as cuddly as it may seem. Anna however, is actually perfectly nice - or is she? It all starts with freeing talking teddy bear...
Anna's Quest unfolds a hand-drawn, grim tale with a good dash of self-irony.
Unlimited inventory with special slot for a baby dragon
Discover a Unicorn's inner beauty
Black magic and telekinesis - this time, not exclusive to villains!
Executions for the whole family!
light-hearted, courageous, bad-ass: Anna
Classic Point & Click controls with hotspot-indicator
Awesome ending (really!)
Additional Notes: The "Prologue" bonus content requires Java 1.8. The main game is playable without Java. Using the Minimum Configuration, we strongly recommend to use minimal settings in order to not experience low frame rates.
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Don't be fooled by this game's premise. On the surface, this might just look like another game for kids, with all the teddy bears, young children and cartoonish artstyle, but when one looks at it more closely, the mature and serius nature of the game's themes becomes clear. Not to spoil anything, but Anna's Quest features a lot of adult themes, such as death, deception. despair, torture and what the absence of love can do to a person (you even fight the devil in this one, and there is a very nice sequence at the end where you play as the villain), though there is plentry of humor introduced to balance it all out (there is also clearly an inspiration from germanic folklore throughout the game). Even if you haven't tried any game from this genre (point and click adventure game, you doofus), you might want to give this one a try. Daedalic Entertainment and Telltale have been revitalizing this genre for years, for those of you who thought this genre was dead. While not action heavy or requiring advanced skills to complete (unless you count using your brain as such), Anna's Quest is an excellent game to play when looking for an excellent story in a beautiful world, but don't want to do anything other than solve puzzles.
Anna's Quest is a simple adventure game, but this simplicity hides a surprisingly deep story with questions about family, hate, and the strength of ties that bind us. All told through the eyes of an innocent little girl tossed into a familiar-looking, yet interesting world. I highly recommend this game.
Daelalic are establishing themselves as the point and click experts to watch with yet another title in their long line of excellent adventure games. We used to have Sierra and Lucas Arts to rely on in the past. And after a long period of darkness in the genre, the genre was revived by software developers such as Daedalic, and it now hopefully here to stay. This fully voiced, fairy tale point and click adventure is not always for kids. But as media these days keeps proving to us, adults love stories just as much as children do. The story in this game is excellently woven. Great plot, very nicely put together with the little puzzles and sequences in this adventure. Anna combines the look we've come to expect from the developer after playing Deponia, with a hint of the darkness we've enjoyed in Edna and Harvey. Creating a new atmosphere we've not had in any of their previous games. The voice acting is excellent, along with the soundtrack set up the plot and the story perfectly. I absolutely loved every minute spent playing this game. Pros: - Beautiful visuals - Great Voicing and Soundtrack - Fully Voiced - Great plot and story line - Intuitive point and click (non hairy mechanics) Cons: - Suffers from the usual point and click puzzle defects (there's only one or 2 ways to solve a situation and they may make no sense, so you might have to look up some solutions in guides) - not for all ages, even though children may want to play this game because it looks cartoony, if you're a parent I suggest you try it first, or be present when they play it. Altogether, an excellent game, and I was very happy to add it to my now growing collection of Daedalic classics.
As for a 2D game in 2015, this is a really fun game. From a well designed menu to a really balanced game in terms of difficulty. It's not easy, of course, but it ain't hard either. The game has a pretty interesting story which could use some more work, but overall, it's nice. For some reason, after a while of playing, it can get annoying. On the other side, I have to mention some pretty bad graphics and "environment" which could use some details. Overall a game that is, if you like 2D adventures, deserves a try.
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