In Neighborwood there are powerful warriors, but Kofi isn’t one of them. In this fantasy setting, he’d rather be sitting on the couch playing videogames, the controls of which are made with wooden planks. Team up with characters like the guy in Red, the human Kids, or the beetle wizard- he’s an actual beetle. Kofi Quest was released at the start of the year on PC, and has a very positive rating on the platform. Today the game is seeing a release on Nintendo Switch. “Kofi Ques is a not-so-serious adventure that brings together mechanics from Action RPG and RTS games. You’ll control Kofi, a weak, lazy and unlucky videogame character that will be followed by a group of interesting (and pathetic) characters aiding him to live a great adventure.” Kofi Quest is a world where the video game characters know they’re video game characters, but they could care less about it. Another interesting fact it the soundtrack, it’s inspired by JRPGs, hopefully, a funny take on a victory jingle, or a funny noise when you open a chest and discover it has a worthless map in it.
Kofi Quest retails for $19.99.