A Knight's Quest: Quest For Milk. According to Juice-Tin the game can be summed up as follows. "Go on a wild journey to find milk in this humorous old school RPG! If you've ever played a Monkey Island game, you'll feel right at home." Quest for Milk is a rather fun, cute, little free Flash game that gathered a small fan following. On NewGrounds alone it has over 168K views, 485 favorites, and a 4.61 out of 5 rating. Quest for Milk would be plastered at every game site offering free Flash games. I'm sure some of the older gamers saw A Knight's Quest and had a strange nostalgic tingle, I know I did, and now you know why.
An ancient evil, a bold yet clumsy hero, a grand adventure, and a quest… with knights.Juice-Tin would even announce a website, now defunct and virus riddled, dedicated solely to the game. Fans of Sky9 Games were a bit leery of this game as they were used to getting free Flash games, but Juice-Tin did his best to assure them it wouldn't be too expensive at $10 - $15.
A Knight’s Quest is an action-adventure-RPG inspired by The Legend of Zelda and Metroid with an emphasis on humor, exploration, and combat. Over the course of the adventure you will discover new items and abilities that change the way you interact with the world, upgrade skills and weapons to suit your play-style. A Knight’s Quest is all about having a fun, light-hearted adventure and a worthy challenge.
It’s currently in Alpha development and will be on Kickstarter in October.
Platforms: Steam, with possible console releases shortly after.
"It’s been quite some time since we announced A Knight’s Quest: Spirit Shield, and that’s because we’ve been hard at work on a huge update! Since then, we’ve made the move from the Unity engine, to Unreal 4. This meant recreating everything from scratch, but also came with immense graphical and performance improvements."Additionally Juice-Tin, at some point deciding to go by Justin, ;et the fans know that the Kickstarter would be just a few weeks away. The Kickstarter, as far as I can find, did indeed launch but it wouldn't be up for very long.
In October of 2017 Justin would make a forum post letting fans know the current state of the game.
"After a long time of hard work, we’ve officially gotten a publisher to help fund the game. This means Kickstarter is no longer needed and we can focus 100% of our time on developing the game!This would be the last word from Justin and Sky9 Games. The forums, YouTube channel, Twitter account, and Facebook pages all going silent shortly after that announcement. As we now know, it was Curve Digital that funded A Knight's Quest: Spirit Shield. Shortly after Curve Digital got involved the Spirit Shield subtitle would be dropped. The game would also get a 2018 Switch release date. Nintendo Insider ran an article on August 12, 2017 talking about the game.
Of course, no Kickstarter means no need for forums, as those were created just to communicate with backers.
While the website still primarily shows the old Unity content and has some oddities (forums used for update posts), we’re hoping to update it as we progress with new screens and such.
There’s a long way to go, but things are looking great so far!"
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