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ProgressQuest: A clever bit of parody


Above (click for large) Mike II, the second level talking pony tongueblade, heads out on a quest.

This is ProgressQuest, a game that plays itself. It's a parody of games like World of Warcraft that can include a large bit of repetitive tasks (Not that those can't be fun) And as near as I can tell, it's actually playing a game. It goes out, kills monsters, returns to town, sells stuff, buys better equipment, and then repeats. There's even a multiplayer version that seems identical to the single player version (edit: this allows you to send characters to the hall of fame).

I've you want to see for yourself what it's like, it's downloadable at their website

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