Sir Questionnaire Is A Dungeon Full Of Choices


When you’re in a dungeon, you may think that fighting your enemy is the only way to proceed. What about just getting out of there? Having a talk? In Sir Questionnaire, a turn-based hack’n’slash, you’ll be given two options for every room you explore. Don’t think the dungeon is just for monsters, though, as you’re sure to encounter some interesting folk on your adventure through the depths.

There’s quite a lot to behold in Sir Questionnaire, but it’s up to you to figure out which of the two options you’re given will take you further. As you walk through these rooms, you’ll encounter monsters, people, and sights, and how you react to them is up to you, having players interact with the creatures and objects they find based on some limited decisions. Whether you take up arms, stroll by, or even snap a photo for your handy codex, it’d entirely up to the player to figure out if there’s a better thing to do than beat things with your cane.

If you find yourself getting good at exploration, you can take up quests that range from easy to hard, gaining a special reward for the next game should you pull it off. As a single old man with a cane and monocle, you may need all the help you can get (plus there’s also the roguelike elements)!

You can find Sir Questionnaire on here. You can also check out the developer’s official website and Twitter!

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