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Drinking Quest
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Drinking Quest is a beautiful symphony ofTabletop RPG, Drinking Game and Pen & Paper Parody.The adaptation of the cult series is here and ready to bring toa pub!Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG is the first chapterin the Drinking Quest series. You'll recognize many RPG stapleslike dice, character sheets and saving throws but there are newstakes to this adventure: having to chug your drink in reallife!The physical Drinking Quest games retail for $25 (Or $50 forTrilogy Edition which contains all three games) but this phoneadaptation is only $5 and has many new features like saving yourplay statistics and being able to play a game just by passing aphone around. Plus there's a new chiptunes soundtrack and a fewother fun bonuses.Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG features these fourquests:Lolevel Forest: A forest full of low level goblins that seem tobe in every game. Good for EASY EXPERIENCE POINTS!Mount Icefist: The snow level features colder beer, morefearsome foes and the introduction of yeti eggs to theDQniverse.Booze Cruise: Pirates! Grog! Throwing up over the side of theship! All that and a traveling gambler named Chad.Zombie Attack: Your home town of Tippler's Hollow has been takenover by zombies! Fight a horde of zombified creatures that youfought in the earlier quests! Spoiler Alert: Chad comes back as azombie.THIS GAME IS 2 - 4 PLAYERS because we don't support one playerdrinking games."If you'd like to get with your RPG-loving friends and spendsome time getting a little bit sauced, you could certainly do worsethan either Drinking Quest [The Original Drinking RPG] or itssequel, Drinking Quest 2: Yeddy Vedder’s Yeti Adventure."— Kotaku.com"Drinking Quest may be the best thing to happen to tabletopever!"— Substance TV"DQ is like taking a liter of Jack, a deck of cards, a pen andpaper RPG, some dice, with a Jameson chaser and hitting blend."— Geekcentricity"For all of its silliness, it holds a solid sense ofrefinement."— The Dread Gazebo"This game appeals to my love of tabletop games, nerd culture,and my rampant alcoholism."— Troll in the CornerCheers!www.DrinkingQuest.com
Drinking Quest 2 1.0.3
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Drinking Quest is a beautiful symphonyofTabletop RPG, Drinking Game and Pen & Paper Parody.The adaptation of the cult series is here and ready to bring toapub!Drinking Quest 2: Yeddy Vedder's Yeti Adventure carries overtheinebriated adventuring, pop culture references andbizarrecontinuity from Drinking Quest: The Original Drinking RPG.Whilestill existing in the "DQniverse" this is a complete standalonegame and not an expansion pack.The physical Drinking Quest games retail for $25 (Or $50forTrilogy Edition which contains all three games) but thisphoneadaptation is only $5 and has many new features like savingyourplay statistics and being able to play a game just by passingaphone around. Plus there's a new chiptunes soundtrack and afewother fun bonuses.Drinking Quest 2: Yeddy Vedder’s Yeti Adventure featuresthesefour quests:Den of the Cat People: Are they cats? Are they people? Aretheyboth? Why do some of them wear business suits? This quest haslotsof cat puns and satire about consumerist culture!City of Cheer: The City of Cheer used to be really livelyandupbeat but in recent years a wave of DEPRESSION has washed overthecity. This quest is sure to cheer you up if you're feelingblue.Plus it has the son of the guy named Chad from the firstgame.Leprechaun Party: They're tiny! They're green! They drinklikeogres ten times their size! Get out your Pepper Spray Wandtohandle the rioting leprechaun hordes!Minotaur's Maze Tavern: This quest is kind of menacingbuthonestly they haven't even put up all the dry-wall in themazeyet... moments of TERROR mixed with uncomfortable reminders ofhowboring your day to day life is. Also with an end boss that hasaPERSONAL CONNECTION to one of the main characters.THIS GAME IS 2 - 4 PLAYERS because we don't support oneplayerdrinking games."If you'd like to get with your RPG-loving friends and spendsometime getting a little bit sauced, you could certainly do worsethaneither Drinking Quest [The Original Drinking RPG] or itssequel,Drinking Quest 2: Yeddy Vedder’s Yeti Adventure."— Kotaku.com"Drinking Quest may be the best thing to happen totabletopever!"— Substance TV"DQ is like taking a liter of Jack, a deck of cards, a penandpaper RPG, some dice, with a Jameson chaser and hittingblend."— Geekcentricity"For all of its silliness, it holds a solid senseofrefinement."— The Dread Gazebo"This game appeals to my love of tabletop games, nerdculture,and my rampant alcoholism."— Troll in the CornerCheers!www.DrinkingQuest.com