This is a full-fledged RPG, built in a style similar to other SteamWorld gamesgames, but in an entirely new world with new characters, and telling a story that is not directly related to any of the previous SteamWorld games. SteamWorld Quest’s combat technique is map-based and similar to Slay the Spire of the Night of the Full Moon. For less than half the price of other platforms, and for a game that I think is much more suited to the touchscreen, you can’t go wrong with SteamWorld Quest on iOS. It’s certainly fun and entertaining, but the meat and potatoes in any SteamWorld Quest game are the mechanics and cycle of the game, and that’s where SteamWorld Quest really shines. If you need a little more, you can read what Sean thought of the Switch version of SteamWorld Quest in his full review from last year. If you’re an old-school fan or like very dark video games, you may be familiar with SteamWorld Tower Defense for the Nintendo DSi. As always, Sean agrees with me that it’s not a perfect game, but you can feel the passion of its creator, and the map-based combat is strong enough to support the entire game. Hooo Doggy, the last few months have been great for bringing great games to cell phones. Well, SteamWorld Quest is a detour from all that. Like the other games in the series, the story is not the main theme. It’s just that here I feel it’s even more polished and refined than in other similar games. It’s a complete role-playing game with a lot of charm to fill in the gaps between some of the most exciting tactical battles ever seen. And you can do lots of combat, choose and improve your equipment, develop your characters and story, and more. Just add that special kind of sauce to the battle you want to fight over and over again.