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About this gameSatan Quest, the game where YOU are Satan!
This is my short game. My goal with this was just to get something out there. Now I'm able to say that I made a decent, completed game in AGS, and it's just a wonderful, tingly feeling.
The game is about Satan, who is summoned from Hell by a timid man who wants to trade his soul. Satan's a businessman at heart, so he'll go to fair lengths to carry out this man's wish.
AGS Awards Wins
Won, Best Player Character in an AGS Game 2002
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Dialogue Scripting in an AGS Game 2002
Nominated, Best Character Art in an AGS Game 2002
Nominated, Best Animation in an AGS Game 2002
Nominated, Best Sound Effects in an AGS Game 2002
15 people commented on this game (newest first):
a sequel is required.
On the good side, the puzzles are pretty logical and straightforward - the 3 or 4 puzzles that exist in the game, that is (if you can call them puzzles in the first place - maybe a bit too striaghtforward).
The graphics are charming (though Satan's goat legs animate in a rather strange way) and are as funny as the dialogue.
I would call this a demo rather than a real game, but it's a nice start.
I would simply LOVE to see this become a series of short, devlish adventures, as there's unlimited potential there for some very cool badness.