Trap Quest is a roguelike dungeon crawl virtual reality TF game.
If you are using Windows Glulxe and finding that the game is really slow then please please please try switching to Windows Git which is much much more lightweight and five times faster. The weakness is that a few users have reported save files sometimes failing to load.
In response to the reviews complaining "I can't do X even though I want to" or "The game is railroading me towards Y", this is not a sandbox game for you to become the dominant and take control of the miniverse, this is a roguelike where if you're very lucky you might survive with most of your mental faculties intact. For more details, read the FAQ. If you want a nice forgiving sandbox game where you can become the dominant, or where there's no meaningful downside to always choosing the slutty option, please feel free to play pretty much every other well fleshed out game in this genre of random encounters and transformation, including but not limited to Corruption of Champions and Bimbo Mall Battle.
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Trap quest is a great game all around.
-THE STORY IS GREAT
-IT HANDLES SLOW TRANSFORMATION WELL
-IT HANDLES MENTAL TRANSFORMATION WELL
-THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT TRANSFORMATION THEMES
I love Trap Quest and it is the standard that I hold all games to.
Im a little off on this game, its really fun but far to annoying. I say that in utmost seriousness. If you want to screw around you you start getting major stat debuffs and then worse you started getting forced equip gear which prevent lots of sexual interactions your interested in. I literally hated how i got the pacifier and the fricking chastity belt every time. It needs more options to completely removed cursed items from the game and just focus on the fetishes people want in the game.
Its an excellent game though, i have a strong pregnancy fetish and having the chastity belt constantly come along ruins the damn game for me.
I was able to finish this game after maybe 20 hours or more. And this game is really a masterpiece. For me the best game available here. First, this is a real game. Not just a story to read. Nice gameplay, nice story, nice graphics... Everything is really good. Well, yes, after a few hours, you will encounter performance issues. But with a fast cpu, it's still perfectly playable. (I also advise you to drop all clothes you don't need in a room somewhere... Open your inventory will be quicker, and it's more realistic this way)
Of course I really hope to see even more content in futur update, but I can assure that, at this present state, it can already be considered as a complete (and quite long) game. For people who wander why there is many version of the game, It's just the graphical representation of your avtar that change. So you can choose between :
- Danaume Version (default, nice 2D graphics, love it !)
- Keriax Version (don't remember...3D graphic maybe ?)
- Wonderfuller Version (don't remember, sorry)
- Porn Version (different pictures for head, boobs and belly... The result is quite stange in my opnion)
Please, be aware that save files are not compatible between each version !!! So, choose your graphical style and be prepare to walk in fear, in this dark roguelike game full of trap that will change you body, or made you pregnent... or worse. Play well, and you will be able to return to a normal life, you hand full of cash in a new and fantastic life waintig ahead. Or make the wrong choice and... Well... You'll see soon enought :)
I really like a game concept, but even with recommended interpreter - game is incredibly slow. Change of game format/engine would be needed by my opinion. Came to my mind how it will look in Legend of Grimrock engine - even if this would be a really huge step for game development demands. :)
Trap Quest is one of a kind. It is surely an iconic tf game earning it own place in the tf game history, just like Cursed for Rag or CoC. That said, I have to agree to some of the latest not so positive reviews. The game has exceeded what the inform7 engine can offer and is now crawling like a turtle. Clicking a command takes up to 10 seconds for the game to response...
The author has done a lot for the game. I remember the time when we need to try out the commands not sure what to do. It took a lot of exploring to learn that you can do something to the statue in the third room. We would try to kick it attack it use it wear it drop it drink it take it... Now, the possible commands of each item are all listed out available for clicking. It is a lot easier for newbies... and at the same time taking so much fun out of it. BTW, does anyone know that "I" stand for inventory and you can "Look me" to check yourself up?
Wish TQ find a way around the problem soon.
Inform 7 engine is an engine only chosen by the advanced author. You need a real good mind and a good among of writing to put together a game but once you did it, it is going to work for a long long time with relatively little cost for new contents. It all started from Arena; it got big when BMB (Bimbo Mall Battle - StableMilk) stormed the transformation game database at the top of the list; after that it was Trap Quest. These were the trio. Many years later we had the Curse of Krigas.
Amount these four, Arena is the grandfather so it is kind of old and rusty but it is still okay as a sandbox game, at least it is not bugged and you can play until you lose. BMB was good and it was sad to see the author losing interest in it. The Curse of Krigas was promising until it stopped development.
Trap Quest is the only "alive" project. Even better with the way it is implemented, the author is adding new content frequently. So this one is a must check out.
If there is anything stopping people from doing it, it would be the unfamiliar to the Inform Engine. The installation and how the game works. Even with that it is still getting nearly 400 likes, so lets say this game worth your time for the small trouble.
If you really need help with the game commands and installation of the Inform player, you can get help in the forum, this game has an active thread. I wrote a beginner guides for Inform 7 when The Curse of Krigas launched, only a page or two but I think it is good enough to kick start anyone. You can find it in the Game Engine Help section of the forum.