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The action-adventure game Elliot Quest is no longer limited to the eShop. Today, Nicalis announced that it has teamed up with Ansimuz Games on a new physical version for Switch.

Nicalis says that the game’s packaging “completes the homage with a full-color instruction manual and a retro-inspired reversible cover paying tribute to one game that influenced Elliot Quest directly.”

The physical version of Elliot Quest releases on November 6 for $29.99. Nicalis is taking pre-orders through its online store here.

Source: Nicalis PR

Elliot Quest by Ansimuz Games has just been released today on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Check out below to watch gameplay footage by Nintendo Impact Gaming.


It’s been a long wait for Elliot Quest on 3DS. After it was announced two years ago, that version of the game is finally complete. PlayEveryWare has confirmed a release date of May 11.

Elliot Quest will support stereoscopic 3D on 3DS. The team also added special collectibles, multiple save slots, and EFIGS localization. 


The 3DS version of Elliot Quest has taken longer than expected. It was originally planned for last year, but it sort of fell off the map since the original announcement. However, a tweet from creator Luis Zuno confirms that it’s still happening.

Zuno shared a brief look at Elliot Quest running on 3DS earlier today. Additionally, he says it’s releasing “very soon.”

The full tweet is as follows:


Elliot Quest developer Luis Zuno has expressed interest in bringing the game to 3DS.

Zuno participated in a Reddit AMA today, and answered several questions from fans. When asked about a possible 3DS version, Zuno said he “would love that”, though he would need to talk with PlayEveryWare – the company that ported Elliot Quest to Wii U – to determine “if it would doable and worthy.”

Elliot Quest launched on the Wii U this past Thursday. The title is coming to Europe on April 16. You can find Zuno’s full Reddit AMA here.


Ansimuz Games has released a new patch for Elliot Quest. Version 1.2 adds new controller support, and addresses a graphical corruption bug.

News about Elliot Quest’s update was shared over on Miiverse with the following message:

Elliot Quest won’t be out for a few more days in North America, but we already have the game’s file size. And thankfully, it’s very small. Elliot Quest’s download takes up just 79.3MB of space. Look for the title on the Wii U eShop this Thursday.

Elliot Quest is launching on the North American Wii U eShop in just a few days. Ansimuz Games announced today that its game is due out on March 19 – next Thursday. Pricing is set at $12.99.

For those in Europe, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. The game will arrive in PAL territories on April 16.


Ansimuz Games has almost finished work on its Zelda II-inspired Elliot Quest, a new indie adventure RPG with five dungeons, 16 bosses, and plenty of treasure. Players will explore the Urele island in search of an ancient demon.

Here’s an official story overview:

After Elliot’s wife disappears, he falls sick and attempts to take his own life-only to discovers that he can’t die. Plagued by nightmares and growing weaker by the day, Elliot seeks out a local Sage, who tells him that he’s the victim of a rare curse. A demon called a Satar is slowly consuming Elliot’s vitality. If Elliot can’t find a cure to the curse before it’s too late, he will become a Satar. His only hope is to ask for the help of one of the island’s Guardians, who have kept the Satar from taking over Urele. Elliot can’t die—but he’s still running out of time.

Elliot Quest offers character customization through a leveling up system, a variety of magic attacks, chain attacks to make enemies drop more items, a trio of unique endings based on your decisions, and more.

Elliot Quest will be released for Wii U via the eShop in early 2015. You’ll find a trailer above. An early alpha demo for browsers is located here.

Source: Ansimuz Games PR