Kofi Quest: Alpha MOD

About “Kofi Quest: Alpha MOD”

Kofi Quest: Alpha MOD is an indie video game, still in development, by Loftur Studio. It’s a PC not-so-serious adventure that brings together mechanics from Action RPG and RTS games. You’ll control Kofi, a weak, lazy and unlucky videogame character that will be followed by a group of interesting (and pathetic) characters aiding him to live a great adventure.

The game will launch between the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018.

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Game features

  • Videogame characters that know they’re videogame characters.
  • Game inspired by 90s’ RPG adventures, with mechanics from RTS, RPG and graphic adventure.
  • Explore Neighborwood and uncover loads of secrets.
  • Real-time combat similar to Action RPG’s with troops control.
  • Gear your troops up to achieve victory.
  • Troop Captains with special skills.
  • The story will immerse you in a comic adventure with tons of situations and characters.
  • Voice acting!
  • Cool soundtrack inpired by JRPG.
  • Your sword’s broken and your best friend’s a booger, but you can ride a direwolf.

 

 

Meet your “special” army!

In Kofi Quest: Alpha MOD, Kofi will find himself tangled up in an important mission way beyond the silly tasks that the lazy mercebinary is used to. During this pathetic adventure he’ll meet interesting characters that will help him reach his goal. The ones here are but a few! In the final game you’ll be able to control more characters.

Kofi. Not the strongest warrior around, but… nothing, really. His sword is half broken, and if worse comes to worst you can throw stones at your enemy or run away (spoiler alert: not the fastest guy around, either).

Lime. Kofi’s loyal companion. He can spit snot and blow himself up, but don’t rely too heavily on him: he slopes off the second you’re not looking.

Wargo. Now this is a powerful summon! Ride him to battle! Use him when things really get real! If he feels like answering the call, of course.

Human kids. Geared with sticks, and with skills and strengths that would rival a puppy, but there’s loads of them and sometimes it’s quantity over quality (not true).

Elven kids. Geared with lame bows, their arrows don’t quite fly true, but hey, you can shoot stuff from afar.

Moles. Dig holes to create a tunnel. You can always trust a mole.

Engineer. Can fix holes and other structures, as well as disable some traps.

Beetle Wizard. We don’t know much about who it is or what it’s looking for, but it can float, shoot energy balls and summon exploding beetles, so we’re cool with that.