The Mirror lists Beast Quest among best family games of 2015

The Mirror picked our game Beast Quest as one of the top family titles of the year. In an article by Andy Robertson, The Mirror highlighted several games that “offer something unusual for families alongside the usual concerns of graphics, sound and exuberant game-play.”

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The Mirror wrote of Beast Quest:

This tablet game follows the characters and worlds from the popular children’s Beast Quest books.

You take on a variety of enemies in tap controlled fights, but also have to solve puzzles and explore the world.

This will be a game that children enjoy sharing with parents as they introduce the wider family to the imaginary world of the Beast Quest books. It also offers another reason to go back and read more of the ever-growing series of books.

Beast Quest was listed as one of the top family games of 2015 alongside Steamworld Heist, Minecraft Story Mode, Affordable Space Adventures, Lego Dimensions, Amiibo Festival, Skylanders Superchargers, Splatoon, Anki Overdrive, F1 2015, FIFA 16, and Disney Infinity 3.0.

Miniclip created Beast Quest based on the popular book series of the same name, in partnership with  leading children’s and family entertainment producer and rights management company Coolabi Group.

The Beast Quest franchise boasts over 100 books published to date, and is translated into more than 30 languages. Penned by author Adam Blade, the stories focus on a battle between heroes and evil beasts, following the young hero Tom and his best friend Elenna as they embark on a swashbuckling quest to rescue the kingdom of Avantia.

Miniclip’s Beast Quest game is an open-world RPG with each world based on a book in the series. Each world has its own Beast for Tom and Elenna to track down, along with loads of other Quests to complete, treasure to find and monsters to fight!

Beast Quest is available on iOS and Android.