During the development and beta testing of episode two, Cana allowed the beta testers to show off some screenshots from the new version in the form of actual teasers and bug/glitch "bloopers", with some of them being photoshopped or manually tweaked by the individual beta tester for a laugh.
Some promotional images reflect major differences in the alpha, beta or otherwise pre-release version that are not present in the final product; the teaser videos depict certain features that did not make it into the public release, such as marking territory and communication interactions in episode one and roaming stranger wolves in episode two.
The following teasers were unveiled during the development and pre-release promotional images from both the demo and release versions of the first episode, Amethyst Mountain.
Amethyst Mountain: Deluxe Edition
The following teasers emerged before the release of Amethyst Mountain: Deluxe Edition.
The following images originate from the promotional WolfQuest video.
Survival of the Pack
The following teasers were unveiled during the development and pre-release promotional images from the second episode, Slough Creek.
Survival of the Pack: Deluxe Edition
The following teasers emerged before the release of Survival of the Pack: Deluxe Edition.
Teasers following Eduweb's return to the project in 2013.
Note that only one of the three "mark territory" buttons will be used in the final version.
The following teasers were unveiled by the beta testers, with permission from Dave. This compilation is arranged as screenshots followed by bloopers. Click an image to enlarge.
Teasers revealed before the public launch of patch 2.7.2 and the mobile edition. Cited from http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?f=88&t=79694 .
- The communication interactions seen in Amethyst Mountain's promotional video were possibly reworked into the social arena enounters, while territory marking was implemented in the second episode to be more realistic and accurately portray real wolf behavior; dispersal wolves do not establish territory until they have a mate. This would be a sensible explanation, granted that WolfQuest is an educational game.
- Grizzly bears were implemented with the introduction of Amethyst Mountain's Deluxe edition update.
- Similarly, time and weather were introduced in Survival of the Pack's Deluxe edition update.
- ↑ wolfquest.org • Screenshot Gallery
- ↑ WolfQuest • Original Game Preview
- ↑ WolfQuest • Wolf Pup Preview Converted to GIF image by Nightangelwolf
- ↑ WolfQuest • Slough Creek Video
- ↑ wolfquest.org • New Version: Pictures
- ↑ wolfquest.org • New version: Pictures and more
- ↑ http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?p=2389140#p2389140
- ↑ by loboLoco - wolfquest.org • Re: Poll: Which wolf coats for "Life is Rough" pack?
- ↑ loboLoco, wolfquest.org • New version: pictures and more, refer to the first page/post of the topic.
- ↑ http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?p=2405515#p2405515
- ↑ http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?p=2407449#p2407449
- ↑ teased here by loboLoco, September 15th 2015
- ↑ teased here by loboLoco, September 24th 2015
- ↑ http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?p=2412583#p2412583
- ↑ http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?f=88&t=77362
- ↑ wolfquest.org • Input wanted!
- ↑ wolfquest.org • Coming soon: WQ 2.7.3
- ↑ http://wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?f=88&t=79694 wolfquest.org • WolfQuest 2.7.2 Preview]
- ↑ Dave, 24-Jun-2016
- ↑ Dave, 30-Jun-2016.