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Despite Anna’s Quest not necessarily bringing anything new to the point and click genre, it fully makes up for it in the story, acting, and characterization. You’ll definitely enjoy playing through this title if you like dark fairy tales or stories from the Brothers Grimm. It’s a bittersweet tale of a coming of age story as Anna goes from a timid young girl to a confident and strong young lady. Her journey isn’t easy, but it sure is worth experiencing.
Anna's Quest embodies the classic point & click adventure gameplay, but mixes in its own art style, unique atmosphere, and a healthy dash of black humour.
Despite boasting a simple and engaging storyline, Anna's Quest can't fully overcome unambitious gameplay and some frustrating design.
Anna's Quest is a charming, whimsical and beautiful adventure, that is sure to please fans as well as entice newcomers to the world of adventure games.
The makers of The Whispered World are back with a new point & click puzzler packed with witches, ghosts, spellcraft and an inexplicably polite child.
The dialogues are plain and the pace of the story is way too slow, with only a few moments you could actually call funny. The simple graphics do not bring justice to the fairy tale theme of the game, and overall Anna's Quest is far from the level we come to expect from Daedalic.
A gorgeous and high quality indie point-and-click adventure that fans of the genre must take for a spin. Anna's Quest impresses with an engaging and mysterious story-line and hours of entertaining and logical puzzles.
After playing Fire: Ungh’s Quest earlier this year, I was eager to try out another of Daedalic Entertainment’s titles, Anna’s Quest. It is another point-and-click adventure. Will this title build upon the strengths of their previous title? Or will it leave me searching for a different quest next time? Find out in this Rapid Review.