X

EU Visitor Notice: This Website Uses Cookies

This website uses cookies to improve user experience, to provide analytical data to better serve our visitors, and to serve advertising to fund our operations. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy.

Your preference will be saved for 90 days, or until you clear your browser cookies.


I AGREE
I DISAGREE
Learn More
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
VISIT OUR OTHER SITES: THE AWESOMER | 95OCTANE

One Tap Quest: Progress Quest 2

by Lambert Varias
Advertisement

Progress Quest remains the best cure (or drug) for gamers who don’t have time to play games anymore. But if you have a minute to play, One Tap Quest might be the game for you. The anti-thesis of Cow Clicker, Cookie Clicker and other idle games, One Tap Quest requires you to click exactly once for the entire game.

one-tap-questzoom in

Made by Japanese developer Shimage, One Tap Quest is a combination of Frogger and Half-Minute Hero, compressing the progression and grinding of RPGs into a hilariously concise package. The hero starts out at the bottom of the screen, and all you need to do is pick a spot on the map and click on it. The hero will then trudge upwards, pushing through as stubbornly as a zombie lemming. He either dies or defeats monsters according to a very basic RPG trope. You’ll figure it out.

You’re still here? Fine, here’s a gameplay video shared by Stefan Zeiske:

A very brief and slightly interactive adventure awaits! Go to Shimage to play One Tap Quest. If you’re stuck, check out Redditor Dream721’s tips. Those tips practically spoil the game though, so read them at your own risk.

[via Reddit]

Deals in The Technabob Shop



Jurassic Park Ian Malcolm Statue

Jurassic Park Ian Malcolm Statue

What Japanese Frozen Meals Are Like

What Japanese Frozen Meals Are Like

The Wire’s Omar Little

The Wire’s Omar Little

Advertisement
New Ford Bronco May Get a 7-Speed Manual Transmission

New Ford Bronco May Get a 7-Speed Manual Transmission

Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Nissan 126X

Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Nissan 126X

Ford Teases Mustangs for 2018 SEMA Show

Ford Teases Mustangs for 2018 SEMA Show