Jethro and friends will be returning for another action-packed adventure. LQVE: Lion Quest Versus Expanded is coming soon to Steam and will launch with support for Windows, Mac and Linux/Steam OS.
For players of the original Lion Quest there’s also good news – version 1.20 will go live on Steam this week and this features numerous improvements to the game including a new dynamic camera tracking system. This was originally developed for LQVE, but I ended up liking it so much that I couldn’t resist configuring it for the first game also.
Another game? So soon? You’d be forgiven for thinking I’ve gone mad, but I’m here to tell you about a project that goes much further back than Lion Quest. This is the story of a visual novel I’ve been making on-and-off (mostly off) for the last six years, and M1: A Death in the Desert is finally available for download.
Today is the day! Lion Quest, the first game by Dracula’s Cave, is available now on Steam and Humble Store. Take Jethro the Lion on a magical journey, traversing space and time to prevent the imminent collapse of the universe. Oh and your friend Ronald the Bear is missing, maybe you can find him whilst you’re out exploring?
I spoke too soon, Lion Quest will launch on Steam July 11th – ten days later than expected. The reason for this delay is to ensure I won’t be releasing during the middle of the Steam Summer Sale (apparently doing so is a really bad idea), but it will also give me the chance to test and fine-tune the living hell out of the game for another ten joyous days. Thank you for your patience and as always, please enjoy your stay at Dracula’s Cave.
Did you know I’ve been making a videogame? I’ve not talked about it on DC for a while as development was initially total CHAOS, but today I’ve come prepared. I have a trailer to show you and I have GIFs…! Yes, it’s finally time for me to introduce a game I like to call Lion Quest.
It’s been a while since I last talked about making games at Dracula’s Cave, but behind the scenes things have been really busy. There’s a few big announcements I’m not quite ready to make just yet but in the meantime there are two large updates I’ll quickly detail today.
So today I’ve got some news I’m really excited to share. Dracula’s Cave is making its first game, and it’s going to be called Orange Cube. I’m currently in the process of preparing material for the full reveal, but in the meantime I couldn’t resist making an initial announcement. Please look out for more information about Orange Cube in the upcoming weeks!