Costume Quest

Costume Quest

Summary

Costume Quest: Trick-or-treating
Trick-or-treating

It’s Halloween and you are trick-or-treating when a monster shows up and kidnaps your twin. Go around the neighborhood collecting candy and costumes, making friends, and battling monsters to try to get your sibling back.

Review

Costume Quest is cute and great at adapting the theme of Halloween to an adventure game. The story and dialogue are funny… however, the gameplay gets boring and repetitive quickly. The combat system is incredibly simplistic. Each costume has a basic attack and a special attack you can use every three turns.

It’s nice to have a game kids and adults alike can play on Halloween, but don’t expect much from it.

Costume Quest: Battle system

You might like this game if you like…

  • Halloween
  • Turn-based RPG battles
  • Costumes and candy
  • Fighting monsters

Want to play?

$0.99 on Steam (on sale 90% off) | $4.99 on iOS | $14.99 on PS3 and Xbox 360

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Looking for a fun, new game to play for Halloween? Last week, Swift Creek Games released our newest game: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Jar of Marbles III, which is currently featured in the Google Play Store.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Jar of Marbles III

This physics-based match 3 marble popper takes you through Washington Irving’s classic American ghost story about Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman. It has 3 game play modes, more than 70 objectives, and over 50 achievements to keep you engaged.

Sleepy Hollow ScreenshotThe Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Jar of Marbles III is available in both free-to-play and standalone versions on Android and Kindle Fire and is coming soon to PC, Mac, iOS, and web.

Although I didn’t do any programming for this game, I was involved with some of the game design decisions and testing.

Be sure to check it out! We would love to hear your feedback. 🙂

Update: Now also available on iOS, GameHouse, and Big Fish.