Elephant Quest – In this fun and lively open platform, shooting, action RPG game, you play an elephant whose hat has been rudely stolen by a woolly mammoth. Your quest, being the elephant, is to get your hat back from that mean and nasty mammoth. In Elephant Quest, you’ll have the pleasure of exploring a huge new world, completing other types of quests, helping out other elephant friends, collecting keys, and shooting monsters with your laser.
The game ‘Elephant Quest‘ is really user friendly, you use arrow keys or WASD to move around and your mouse to shoot your laser. To talk to your elephant pals, hover over them and press down; same to walk through an unlocked door. To pause the game, just click anywhere outside the game screen, or click the pause button on the right side of the screen. It’s really easy to navigate, and the first time I played, I had the hang of it in no time at all. It’s lots of fun to use the laser gun to zap all of the cute little monsters.
The graphics of ‘Elephant Quest’ are simple and really precious. The animation in the game is more than adequate and the sounds and music are great, too. They’re not overly done or annoying and seem to fit the whole ‘jungle/elephant’ theme. There are over 42 levels and many quests to complete before you finish the game, complete with caves, forests and ghosts. Each time your Elephant go up a level, you can decide to increase one of your skills which are intelligence, charisma, agility and dexterity, and when each skill has enough points, you gain a new ability which will he a great help to you in completing more levels. Some levels cannot be accessed without the right skills, such as being able to jump high enough, which is something you can boost through agility.
Elephant Quest requires Flash 10.7 and the latest version is 1.09. It’s a single player game, appropriate for those over around eight years old, and is loads of fun! Elephant Quest gets five stars out of five from this gamer. This is definitely a game you’ll be coming back to again and again.