The Steam Greenlight process for this game is now live – in time for Father’s Day
The platformer from publisher Excalibur Games has a truly unique game mechanic and brings a new meaning to parenting. The highly anticipated game is from indie developers Sundae Month – Excalibur’s latest signing. Sundae Month have published free to play games on their own website in recent years and are ready to take the step into the world of paid-for publishing. It is expected that following considerable interest in this title that the Greenlight process will be lit in a couple of weeks and then the product will progress smoothly into the Early Access programme in late September.
The storyline of this action-adventure platformer (with some RPG elements) follows the objective of raising your child whilst on a journey to the legendary Dad Island. The process of child-rearing in Dad Quest uses your child as an effective weapon who, when being tossed through the air, can defeat enemy “Bad Dads” and collect treasures along the way to improve their development.
The combat system of throwing the child through the air marks the game mechanic in Dad Quest as unique. The more the child is airborne the happier he is! This combat system is under constant development and we encourage you to keep posted to the webpage where you can see further updates.
Take a look at this latest offering on the Steam Greenlight page or visit the Dad Quest web page that includes a downloadable demo of the game and further information.
Two playable “Dads” one male and one female
Collect all 3 badges called “Dadges” to guarantee your place on Dad Island
Collect heirlooms to stay with you throughout the generations to improve your abilities and even have an impact on the game mechanics
Your child can receive toys to expand its abilities, open up new routes and unlock secrets
Sinister “Bad Dads” are enemies that will need to be defeated
Procedurally varied levels for hours of gameplay
Toy stores where you can purchase new toys for your child
Catchy music and sound effects