The Unexpected Quest: Family-friendly fantasy adventure releases on Nintendo Switch

In The Unexpected Quest, you take charge of the dwarven band. After an unfortunate shipwreck, our heroes will find themselves in a beautiful yet dangerous landscape facing an unknown menace. To restore order to this new world, they’ll have to battle, build structures, craft items, and help those in need. And, of course, hunt treasure! 

The Unexpected Quest combines adventure with settlement building and management elements. You’ll have to take missions, build your little army, and explore the unknown and mysterious land.

Features:

  • Explore. Strange creatures await you! Some of them will help you, others need your help. Some will take a liking to your head… or, rather, your fresh brains. You will visit quiet villages, snow-capped mountaintops, impenetrable forests, and foul-smelling swamps. But one thing will remain the same – adventure awaits you everywhere!
  • Gather resources. Collect everything that isn’t bolted to the floor! Dwarves don’t mind work, but they won’t lift a finger on an empty stomach. You can’t build a working mill out of mud and sticks, so you’ll have to search for the appropriate materials. Keep food stocked and resources plentiful, and your world will expand!
  • Build. Build bridges over turbulent rivers, build docks in the swamps, repair buildings, and build new ones! Mills will provide food, sawmills will provide building materials, forges will improve equipment – and you can always sell the surplus at the market. Many building styles and colors await you in the game.
  • Fight. You can get much further with a kind word and a sword than with a kind word alone. Hire experienced soldiers, upgrade their armor and weapons, fight, and conquer. Whoever said the pen is mightier than the sword has never been on the receiving end of a Claymore!

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