Lion Quest Infinity launches on Steam
Hello. Today I’m releasing a game! Lion Quest Infinity has been in development for five years now so I’m very excited indeed to now be able to say that from today game is available on Steam and ready for you to play.
Lion Quest Infinity – Coming Soon
Jethro the Lion and friends steal a magic grandfather clock and embark on an unforgettable adventure. Are they here to save the universe, or is it simply a marketing ploy constructed as part of an elaborate book tour?
Sloth Tales on Steam
Lion Quest is returning… next year! Ahead of this I’m releasing a standalone platforming game called Sloth Tales. This will come out on Steam on the 30th October 2020 and it will be completely free to download and play.
LQVE: Lion Quest Versus Expanded – Coming Soon
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.
Lion Quest launches on Steam
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?
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