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Anna’s Quest

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Dragons, witches, trolls... No one can stop Anna. With her telekinesis, unorthodox use of torture instruments, a knack for improvisation and the help of a shady fox she just makes her way. She communes with the dead, shuts off the local taverns beer supply and gets old ladies behind bars... The world of author Dane Krams' debut on the game development stage isn't as cuddly as it may seem. Anna however, is actually perfectly nice - or is she? It all starts with freeing talking teddy bear... Anna's Quest unfolds a hand-drawn, grim tale with a good dash of self-irony.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

"Anna's Quest" is truly a masterpiece you don't want to miss!
Buying this game with a discount feels like taking candy from a baby- and I mean it by the "unfair" meaning!
• You have to option to not play this game entirely as point-and-click, but there are keyboard shortcuts if you prefer to.
• The art style is beautiful.
• The music/audio effects/voice acting is nicely done.
• The characters were all unique and as impossible as it may sound, I loved all of them!
• The fact that they added elements from popular fairytales ( some of them with a lil plot twist ) was a very clever move- it made the story much more funny.
• The Easter Eggs were so enjoyable! As well as the bonuses and the achievements!
• It's worth every penny.
It is for sure one of my favorite games. It will always have a special place in my heart and on my steam profile!

Review from Steam

+ a masterpiece story with good voice acting.
+ actually, anna was same as winfried. they both did things in a wrong way, while their intention was good. the only difference, winfried was too proud to accept the truth.
- you may need guidance for one or two puzzles.

Review from Steam

I am a lazy player who just really likes a good story and some mildly-to-moderately challenging puzzles. I do not like games that punish mistakes or failures very harshly at all, and I do not like to feel rushed in working out what to do in a game. This game was great for me as that type of player!

Review from Steam

Nice and simple puzzle game that combines excellent visuals and plot.
The player will visit Hell, meet Dragons and Ghosts. Trolls and talking toys.
The world around is literally saturated with magic, creating the feeling that you are in a fairy tale. But does it have a good ending? This is what the player has to find out.
The game is recommended for fans of quests.

Review from Steam

I didn't expect to ever play this game, considering I watched the full gameplay on one YouTube channel years ago, but because of the great sentiment, I decided to play it on my own regardless. Be prepared for a long review.
Anna spends her entire life on a farm, isolated by her grandpa from the rest of the world, being continually told about the evil lurking there. It is so until a mysterious disease touches grandpa and Anna, despite his warnings, is determined to leave her safe home and find a cure in a world said to be cruel, treacherous and broken and where she's never been to. To make matters worse, soon after she starts her journey, she is captured by an evil witch who has her own plans towards her.
The mechanics are simple. You see something, you click it, you interact with it. That's what point-n-clicks are about. However here, the game is additionally expanded with a new cool feature. Anna – a seemingly ordinary girl – is gifted with a special telekinesis ability. At first, the girl knows nothing about her power and we get to know it with her but soon it becomes an integral part of the game and the story.
The world, filled with magic and mythical creatures, and the bewitching storytelling make you feel like you were sucked into a fairytale. There are even some classics included like Cinderella or Hansel and Gretel for example but shown in a bit twisted form. Yet, despite the magical aura, the world consists of darker tones and presents an oddly familiar reality in which life isn't so colourful and tragedies happen just as in real life. And it would be such a gloomy tale if not a certain girl with telekinetic powers whose innocent point of view brightens experience a bit. Since Anna is still a child, she naively believes the world isn't entirely evil and there's good in every person. Her faith leads her often to being used by greedy people. But even though she's constantly proven wrong and the truth might put her down, she doesn't give up on her goal to save grandpa. Which is one of the reasons why she has earned my sympathy.
As for the riddles, I would say they're on a fair level. It is neither too easy nor too hard to figure out what you should do next. Well, maybe some of the solutions turn out quite unexpected and you might end up stuck in one location for longer but they're still reasonable enough. Personally I had more difficulties with one of the minigames (curse you bear cages!). Anyway, I got pretty fascinated by the fact that every time we solved a puzzle piece, Anna had her own little explanation on how that would work. It may sound like nothing in comparison to other P&C games but let's remember that here we are playing as a child with a child's way of thinking after all which is usually limited and yet Anna turns out to be breaking the barriers with her outstanding intelligence and cleverness.
Okay, enough of my rambling and onto the final thoughts. Anna's Quest is a charming game. I loved every minute of it and it's easily one of my favourite titles. Great plot, decent voice-acting, interesting characters with a lovable main hero, exquisite fantasy scenery and challenging puzzles. I recommend Anna's Quest to anyone who genuinely enjoys P&Cs or just simply wants a nice game with a pleasant story.

Review from Steam

The puzzles are a little harder, definitely not for beginners, and for good deep thinkers. Story is amusing, fun and was a entertaining game

Review from Steam

Lovely point and click game in cartoon style. Perhaps not as funny as i'd have liked, it made up for it in style and cuteness :)

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