Fester's Quest

a game by Sun Electronics
Platform: NESNES
Editor Rating: 5/10, based on 1 review
User Rating: 6.0/10 - 1 vote
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See also: Quest Games
  • Type: Quest/Adv
  • Levels of Play: --
  • Release: 09/01/1989
  • Difficulty: Hard

Poor Uncle Fester! He was the only one who knew of the UFO invasion and now all of the people in the town, except for the Addams Family, have been whisked away by this alien craft! It's up to Uncle Fester, with a little help from you and the rest of the Addams clan, to locate all of the tools that will be necessary to eliminate the inhuman menace and bring all the people back.

Lots of shoot-em-up action, first-person mazes, and deadly Boss creatures make this quest game one of the most difficult!

People say:

5

Fester's Quest is not an exceptional action game or adventure game. The fighting is very straightforward and most of the real combat is between Fester and the Boss aliens who are next to impossible to beat. There are some redeeming features, however, and the opening music is very good.

5

The graphics in Fester's Quest are better than average, but the whole game doesn't supply much variety. The maze sequences are not complex and basically only need to be walked through. The Addam's family theme isn't that exciting either. Fester's Quest is a very average game.

5

There's not a lot of action in Fester's Quest. You basically run around, trying to find certain items and only stopping to fight a couple of Boss characters along the way. It's a slow game that doesn't have much action or adventure and is unbalanced with Boss creatures that are too fast for the slow pace.

5

Awesome music, but this one only has O.K. graphics. The game as a whole is alright, but the quest is just too easy. It's basically a bunch of mini-quests that are easily beaten, tied together with very difficult Boss characters that make the game unbalanced.

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System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
  • P-200, 32 MB RAM

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