In the year 2000 a great friend of mine gave me a Floppy Disk for my birthday. On this floppy disk were a couple of cool games, but before I could get to these games I had to "double-click" myself through a maze of folders. Together all these folders told a story about how this friend wished me a happy birthday and how close I was in finding my present (could my present be in this folder??? NOPE!!! Go back 9 folders and try the other one...). :P

I really liked the idea of moving through a story using folders and it inspired me to make a small game consisting of only folders (I called my game "Folders" ^^;). Years have passed and I'm unable to find this small "Folder Quest" I created years ago. :/

Many years later in 2013 I saw someone by the name of CrazyRiverOtter creating a Folder Quest. This gave me the motivation I needed to start working on a new and IMPROVED Folder Quest!!! I decided to make this new Folder Quest during the Global Game Jam 2015.

So after 48 hours of hard work, I give you the end result!

What's a "Folder Quest"?

A Folder Quest is an "adventure" game that consists of a sh!tload of folders. Each folder contains a part of a story. The player can make decisions which lead from one folder to another and in that way control the story. These folders sometimes contain basic file types like txt/jpg/png/bmp/wav/mp3/ico/lnk files to enhance the look and feel of the adventure.


Anne Bras (Development/Story Writer)
Carf Darko (Sound Designer)


FOLDER QUEST: What do you do now? is a quest about a person named Thomas Wild who is about to wake up in a way he never did before. In this Quest you're trying to find out what has happend to you by searching for clues. Eventually you end up being stuck in the data structure of the world you used to live in. Do you have it in you to set things straight again? One thing is certain. This is a game unlike any other game you've EVER played before. Wanna bet?



How to install:
Download and unzip the .zip file and follow the instructions in the folders. ;)

46 MB (last update: September 24, 2017)