Indie game publisher Digital Smash confirmed today they are working with the games developer Hiker Games to bring ToyQuest to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this summer. Digital Smash will be handling efforts to bring the game to the consoles whilst Hiker Games remains committed to bringing ToyQuest to the PC, and is a great game for all the kids that like toys, and they can also find the best toys from reviews online at the Product Expert site, so they can have fun with them too.
ToyQuest features more than 300 enemy toys — including a tank, a paper crane, and soldiers complete with fatigues and guns. The game also boasts hundreds of weapon and item upgrades, procedurally-generated levels, and seven horrific boss stages. While faithful to 8-bit and 16-bit platformers, ToyQuest innovates with a “base defense” twist: As players fight the enemy in different parts of the house, the bedroom is left unprotected. This means that you will need to find the proper materials to build defenses that can handle a sustained attack from the darkness, protect precious companions, and prevent further nightmares.
“ToyQuest: The Lost and Found takes the scary dreams we all had to deal with as kids and turns them into a fluid, imaginative platformer with roguelike elements,” says Phuong Vu, founder of Hiker Games. “It plays like many of the games we enjoyed growing up, but with beautiful graphics and sound.”
ToyQuest: The Lost and The Found will be coming to consoles Summer 2016.