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Lily’s Epic Quest for Lost Gems Porting to XBone



April 25th, in the year of our Lord 2018 – Netherlands - We are ready, Studio Craft Development finished the Xbox One version of Lily’s Epic Quest for Lost Gems! The game Lily’s Epic Quest, loved by more than a million players on mobile and PC, has been completely rebuilt for console and is ready for release on May 16th, 2018. Pre-order will start on May 1st, 2018.

This puzzle adventure uses the 3-matching mechanics, known from games like Jewel Master Cradle of Rome. By making combinations of 3 or more items, Lily will be able to clear a path through different ground layers in a search for rare Gems & Artifacts. To find the over 250 collectables, our hero needs to explore 10 magic worlds and dig towards the center of the earth.

Studio Craft Development received many requests for a Console version of the Lily’s Epic Quest. For the console version of the game we wanted to provide awesome new content for our existing and new players, meaning that we had to rebuild the game from scratch, adding in the the following mind-bending new features:

• A Challenge Mode, where you can test you puzzles skills against other players.
• More Levels, new levels have been added and existing level have been tweaked.
• 2 Brand new worlds to explore
• 50 new collectibles have been hidden in the ground layers.
• New game mechanics and power-ups.
• A completely new design!

Lily’s Epic Quest is more of a strategy game than a match-3. It requires patience, deliberate planning, and some out-of-the-box thinking. Most match-3 games stick to a fixed field of elements and, each time a combination of 3 or more is created, they are removed and new elements are added to the field, Lily’s Epic Quest has a process based on the classic 3-match principles but with a free roaming playfield, where the player can decide where to dig or how to solve the puzzles.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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