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Because how many times can you quest for glory?

Quest for Infamy, the all-in-one spiritual successor, a passionate tribute, and a heartfelt parody of the beloved Sierra's Quest for Glory adventure game series, is available on GOG.com, for $19.99.

Quest for Infamy is a role-playing adventure game where you assume the identity of Mr. Roehm - a scoundrel who is on the run from his latest scrape. When he is stuck in the Valley of Krasna for a bit, he decides to take on some work to pass the time. He finds himself in the middle of Kingdom in turbulence - as he becomes embroiled in a power struggle between several ambitious residents of the Valley. Make yourself some money to move on with, and try and avoid controversy as you bide your time before you can leave the valley. Defend yourself from monsters and brutes who would do you harm! Build a reputation for yourself - and you just might find yourself not avoiding trouble, but on a quest for infamy!

If you're feeling it has been too long since the last time you went on a point-and-clicking quest, accept the challenge of the Quest for Infamy, for $19.99 on GOG.com!
Tempting release! :) Good job, GOG!
Not my cup of tee but thanks for the release GOG.
shit yeah!!! I just wish I had this on gog rather than HiB.

Been looking forward to this for a while.
I take it this is something like Quest for Glory?

Looks interesting, I love throwback type games like this. Initial price seems a little bit high though - I'll have to look more into it.
This game is amazing, especially if your into stuff like Quest for Glory! Try it out :)
Might check it out in the future :)
Backed it on Kickstarter, still haven't received the Humble key backers are supposed to get. Business as usual. :P

Personally, I'd also have preferred a gog key, especially considering all the nice goodies that come with this package. Maybe Blackthorne can still be convinced to get them for backers who want them (especially since gog has repeatedly stated that they provide keys to devs free of charge.
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djdarko: I take it this is something like Quest for Glory?

Looks interesting, I love throwback type games like this. Initial price seems a little bit high though - I'll have to look more into it.
You can dowload the demo of the game on the developers site here if you wan't to try it out: http://www.infamous-quests.com/home/index.php?page=qfi
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djdarko: I take it this is something like Quest for Glory?

Looks interesting, I love throwback type games like this. Initial price seems a little bit high though - I'll have to look more into it.
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Matruchus: You can dowload the demo of the game on the developers site here if you wan't to try it out: http://www.infamous-quests.com/home/index.php?page=qfi
Cool, thank you.
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fronzelneekburm: Backed it on Kickstarter, still haven't received the Humble key backers are supposed to get. Business as usual. :P

Personally, I'd also have preferred a gog key, especially considering all the nice goodies that come with this package. Maybe Blackthorne can still be convinced to get them for backers who want them (especially since gog has repeatedly stated that they provide keys to devs free of charge.
The game is not yet released on HumbleStore + Steam. Just be patient :)
Another week of really great releases! Thank you GOG!

(btw. does anyone know when QFI will be available for Mac/Linux? Because demo already is...)
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$20 is too much. CHILD OF LIGHT and VALIANT HEARTS: THE GREAT WAR, which are outstanding new releases, sell for only $15 each (that's the full price without any discount.)
Post edited July 10, 2014 by ktchong
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Matruchus: The game is not yet released on HumbleStore + Steam. Just be patient :)
Patience is one thing, but I really don't see the point in having to wait for the game to become available on two platforms I don't even want it on.
Sounds like an excellent game! It is on my wish list for now, but I will surely come back for it at a later stage. On the official website I noticed that they offer demo versions for Mac and Linux as well. Does that mean that a Mac will be made available at a later stage?