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WolfQuest 2.7

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Title Screen

WolfQuest 2.7

Developer: eduweb
Publisher: eduweb
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS
Released internationally: November 17, 2015

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

WolfQuest 2.7 is the long-awaited pseudo-sequel to WolfQuest, released after around four years of radio silence.

My Robot Kyle

My Robot Kyle appears in a few different forms within the game's files. All versions of Kyle use the same texture and normal map for the body. The textures for Robot Kyle Mecanim's "plumbob" and My Robot Kyle Laser Beam's laser beams are separate. This model is available on the Unity Asset Store as "Space Robot Kyle".

Robot2 Robot Kyle Mecanim My Robot Kyle Laser Beam
Robot2.png Robot Kyle Mecanim.png My robot kyle laser beam.png
My Robot Kyle Laser Beam as seen from above The main body texture The normal map used on the main body
My robot kyle laser beam above.png Robot Color.png Robot Normal.png


Muktar, or Muktar_2 as its model is called, is an unusual, eyeless creature which is horrifying enough before comparing its height to that of the player wolf.

Height comparison between Muktar and the player wolf Muktar's texture Muktar's normal map
Muktar and player.png Muktarcolorgoed 1.png Muktarnormalhighq 1.png

Construction Worker

Construction worker is a man who is dressed up for, you guessed it, construction. His textures refer to him as 'constructor'. The Unity logo on the front of his overalls suggests he is a premade asset.

Construction worker Construction worker's texture Construction worker's normal map
Construct.png Constructor diffuse.png Constructor normals.png

Marco, Polo

The game's files contain audio of an unknown, masculine voice saying "Marco Polo". It is likely text-to-speech, but it's difficult to tell with such small sound samples. It also appears that each sound bite may be from a different person or text-to-speech voice.