MoonQuest - Procedurally generated adventure with a Terraria flavour aims to impress

Add a touch of Minecraft and a dash of Terraria what would you get? Probably this rather fine game that's doing well on Steam so far, 'MoonQuest 'by Wizard Mode. A procedurally-generated adventure game where each play through gives you a new world to explore. Filled with themed worlds, the harvest of resources, treasure and deadly creatures to fight with the possibility of a powerful weapon at hand!

In development for a mind blowing 6 years, Moonquest is the latest game that's going through an early access stage that is fully playable from start to end. The game has lots of playable characters, hundreds of items, a range of environments, and many different creatures and resources. It will pull you in as you delve into spider caves, fight through the castle of the Silver King, search for gold ore, and craft mighty tools!

Key Features
  • A new world to explore every game, with frozen forests, hollow mountains, dangerous dungeons and populated towns;
  • Strange alien creatures, wandering merchants, and relentless enemies;
  • A rich environment with destructible tiles, ambient wildlife, and weather effects;
  • Strange moons that influence the game in unique ways (e.g., the Giant moon spawns giant versions of animals and enemies);
  • Hundreds of items including weapons, tools, hats, armour, shields, blocks, toolbenches, and so on;
  • Many resources to mine or harvest like silver, gold, sugar, salt, fur, and fruit; and
  • Several playable characters, each with different abilities and items;
  • Moonman, who illuminates with a moonly glow;
  • Amphibian, who breathes underwater;
  • Elemental, who detects ore with his antennae; and,
  • The Crusader, who starts the game with full armour;

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