Keyquest is a brand new multiplayer board game that you can play against other people. By doing so you can earn neopoints and items. On this page you will find everything that is currently known about Keyquest. Because the game is still in beta-testing we will continue to update this page as new updates in the game appear.
Below you can see an overview of all the information we have collected, divided into smaller easy to read pieces. Click on a topic to make this information appear.
The different houses have different advantages and disadvantages. These all depend on where the house is located. At present, all game boards have the same setup, but there may be more different board that will be released. Please note that the Haunted Woods game board has the same setup, except all houses are Haunted Woods style.
This house is relatively far away from the quest door, meaning that the game will finish later, and it is less likely that you will get there first. However, there are plenty of minigame tiles around it, meaning that you can pick up extra keys. There are also lots of neopoint squares around, along with a key square. There is a real possibility of racking up points in this area.
This house is the farthest away from the quest door, however there are three key tiles nearby, as well as powerup, minigame and neopoint tiles. This is a great place to get a decent haul.
This house is very close to the quest door, therefore making it easier to get there quicker. There are also multiple key tiles nearby, along with the teleport, and a few minigames.
This house only has one key nearby, however it is very close to the quest door. It does have lots of powerups nearby, but not many minigames.
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