SilverQuest is an online multiplayer roleplaying adventure game. With retro visuals, a hip soundtrack provided by creative commons, this is an atmospheric, unique, and fun online game to play with small groups of friends. Explore dungeons, fight your way to the tops of towers, and unlock secret rooms filled with loot. A classic adventure awaits the bold!
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Replaces last version. A few new bits of music, replaces and fixes some colors.
SilverQuest's June Seventh Release—1.5.0—060711———
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 9/10
These days its hard to see someone giving time to develop something with retro style. I played dozens of MUDs (Multiple user dungeons), if you never heard of it, think about a 100% text based online RPG, yes there were MMORPGS before EQ, WOW, UO and alikes. So, to me graphic<fun and playability. Silver Quest might look PREHISTORIC for newcomers and young ones that never played an Atari or Amiga before, but it sure is fun, easy to understand, and you dont need a powerfull computer do run it at its…
Jun 10 2011 by Vingadorbr