Healer's Quest is now on Kickstarter

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It's a very interesting and hard quest. It so hard that there is not way to win!
  • Hi everyone,

    Today is the big day for me and my game Healer's Quest. After nearly two years of development, the game is now live on Kickstarter!

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pa ... lers-quest

    It's a solo project for which I make everything on my own, and of course the code is 100% done in Construct 2. There is a free playable demo which you can download on top of the Kickstarter page. Feel free to download it and try it for yourself. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink">

    Any help in funding the game or sharing the word about it would be greatly appreciated!

    Also, a big thanks to all the awesome people on this forum who helped me create the game by replying my posts and answering my questions. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile">

  • Awesome I see many changes comparing to mobile version, That's nice. Good luck Rable!

  • Thank you Yeah, it's clearly not the same game than it was one year ago. Everything has been rethought to match the PC platform & audience.

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  • Looks like a very nice game, lovely graphics and awesome gameplay. Keep up the good work.

    Nice to see another belgian C2'er.

  • Man, I love your visual style and concept! It's great seeing another different kind of adventure! Great concept and it looks like it's built wonderfully. I'll share it around as much as I can, I hope you're successful!

  • Thanks guys!

  • Rable - I like your game, the best part of it is the gameplay. The gameplay is unique that you are like a support in a mmorpg and your allies are noobs especially the tank and it is your job as the support healer to make sure your team wins. This is like a story behind a mmorpg, the healer's story. I also like your video, you expressed the hardships solo game developers face in game making. I don't make my game arts for I can't draw but I can tell by looking at your video that art making is very hard and even the hardest part in game making. I'll also try to share this as many people as possible.

  • You're a third of the way there already! Keep it up!

  • Thanks a lot for your kind words! I'm so happy you liked the game!

    It's also very kind to tell people around you about the game, it will help me a lot! Much appreciated!


    Doing my best, but now that I reached a plateau I need to find new ways to communicate about the game. Definitely not easy!

    Thanks for cheering me up!

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