Avatar: The Last Airbender: Quest for Balance
|Avatar: The Last Airbender: Quest for Balance
Experience the almost complete story of Avatar: The Last Airbender through a sub-par puzzle and exploration game. Hope you enjoy pushing boxes.
Early soundbites for Princess Yue and Joo Dee that, as eloquently indicated in the filenames, were done by Isabella Russo while their final voices were done by Grace Woosley and Suzie Yeong respectively.
The files Earth King_01, 02, 03 and 04 have unedited audio from the recording session, featuring Earth King's VA Cory Yee doing vocalizations and multiple takes for lines while sometimes interacting with someone (probably the voice director).
STR_CONTROLCONFIG_INSTRUCTION_CONTROLLER,Press any button to assign STR_CONTROLCONFIG_INSTRUCTION_CONTROLLER_SWITCH,Press any button to assign STR_CONTROLCONFIG_INSTRUCTION_CONTROLLER_PS,Press any button to assign STR_CONTROLCONFIG_INSTRUCTION_CONTROLLER_XBOX,Press any button to assign
Strings related to controller remapping; the game doesn't have any kind of remapping options.
STR_SETTINGS_PCCONFIG,PC Configuration STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION,Resolution STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_01,2560x1440 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_02,1920x1080 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_03,1600x900 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_04,1536x864 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_05,1440x810 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_06,1360x765 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_07,1280x720 STR_SETTINGS_RESOLUTION_08,1024x576 STR_SETTINGS_DISPLAYMODE,Display Mode STR_SETTINGS_DISPLAYMODE_BORDERLESS,Borderless STR_SETTINGS_DISPLAYMODE_FULL,Fullscreen STR_SETTINGS_DISPLAYMODE_WINDOWED,Windowed STR_SETTINGS_VSYNC,V-Sync STR_SETTINGS_OFF,OFF STR_SETTINGS_ON,ON STR_SETTINGS_GRAPHICS,Graphics Quality STR_SETTINGS_GRAPHICS_HIGH,High STR_SETTINGS_GRAPHICS_LOW,Low STR_SETTINGS_GRAPHICS_MID,Medium
Strings related to graphical options for the PC version; the only one used is the Graphics Quality setting.
A subtitle meant to appear alongside Combustion Man's name on-screen at the start of his boss fights.
- The filenames for the beginning-of-level cutscenes usually recapping unadapted events from the show are all numbered in order from 0 to 17. However, files with the numbers 6 (for chapter 7, "Return to Omashu") and 12 (for chapter 13, "The Runaway") are conspicuously missing, leaving these as the only chapters to not have recap introductions, and while the result isn't too jarring for the former, it really is for the latter as it goes from Aang almost being killed in the previous chapter ("The Crossroads of Destiny") to suddenly being fine and with his friends disguised in a Fire Nation city with no explanation whatsoever.
- The filename for the cutscene at the end of the first chapter is V_RenderCutscene_01 while other files and code referring to it names it V_BossFightCutscene_01, which is consistent with the filenames for other end-of-level cutscenes that use the latter name and are numbered from 2 to 18.
The Avatar: The Last Airbender series
|Avatar: The Last Airbender
|Game Boy Advance
|Avatar: The Last Airbender • The Burning Earth
|The Burning Earth • The Last Airbender
|The Burning Earth
|Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Windows
|Quest for Balance
|The Legend of Korra
|Zuko's Dragon Flight