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Report article RSS Feed Quest for Infamy Linux Demo

Posted by s_d on Feb 10th, 2013

Graphic adventure game veterans Infamous Quests just released an expanded demo for their Kickstarted creation, Quest for Infamy.  This time, a native Linux port is included, both 32 & 64-bit!  Download it if you fancy a hilariously ribald and twisted take on the style of graphic adventure pioneered by the classic Quest for Glory series.

Quest for Infamy Logo

Studio directors Shawn "Klytos" Mills, and Steven "Blackthorne" Alexander stated:

Quote:Infamous Quests is pleased to announce the release of Quest For Infamy - Demo 2.0. - the demo will be released on Friday, February 8th
QFI's new demo incorporates improvements based on suggestions by you, more art and improved music and sound FX!

We have new backgrounds in game from Elissa Ng, Ivan Ulyanov, Matt Oates, Jason Lamb and Jon Stoll!  These artists have been toiling very hard over the past months to make QFI a visual treat, and we hope you like the new areas to explore, and the art this group has created to take you there.

James Mulvale has remastered all of his compositions and has them sounding better than ever.  We have over 10 original compositions in this little demo - and the full version of the game promises more, including several "performed" songs as well.

Later, they stated:

Quote:Hey backers - The Quest For Infamy Demo 2.0 is LIVE now at and

Right now, we have it for PC and LINUX.  A Mac port will be coming shortly!

The Linux community really stepped up to help make the Linux build happen, as IQ are a small team.  Should be a nice treat for fans of adventure games!

QFI Demo 2.0 Now Available
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