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In Treasure Quest, there are currently a total of 5 gamemodes. The gamemodes are listed below.

Classic is the first gamemode in Treasure Quest. If the gamemode is set to this, the game will go on normally. After defeating the dungeon boss, a pathway is unlocked to a room full of treasure chests that your party can collect for gold. A white void at the end will bring you back to lobby to earn your loot.

Endless is the second gamemode in Treasure Quest. If the gamemode is set to this, the dungeon will go on forever until the whole party has died.

Minibosses is the third, and arguably most difficult gamemode in Treasure Quest. If the gamemode is set to this, minibosses will spawn where regular mobs would spawn. Regular mobs may spawn and be very overpowered - sometimes even more powerful than minibosses you're fighting.

Uncapped is the fourth gamemode in Treasure Quest. If the gamemode is set to this, the level cap will be increased for the dungeon, but only lasts for one round. The party member with the highest level will set the level cap to whatever level they have.

Endless Uncapped is the fifth gamemode in Treasure Quest. If the gamemode is set to this, the dungeon will go on forever until the party dies, and you have more opportunities with uncapped levels.

Trivia

  • In Minibosses mode the following two items are interesting when completing quests:
    • Only one miniboss counts per room, as in other modes.
    • In a quest for a specific miniboss all minibosses of that type count toward that quest, even if in a group.
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