Artix Entertainment has always been a company that has built itself on word of mouth. And today, 17 years later, that trend is still going on. \n \nTwo popular YouTubers, Billiam and Negative Legend reviewed the original AdventureQuest by the popular demand of their followers. These two created videos that talked about the history of the AdventureQuest brand. Both mentioned the history of AdventureQuest, and how it led to AdventureQuest Worlds, AdventureQuest 3D, toys and the card game. \n \nThe Artix team wanted to thank the fans who sent the team links to these videos. Adam Bohn mentioned that this was a complete surprise. Bohn said that he and his team appreciated their honesty and how much they seemed to enjoy the anything-goes madness of the lunch break sized card game. "Who would have believed that someone is trying to sell our old card game on Amazon for $514!?" \n \nBohn mentioned that, in the current world of gaming, where big studios sponsor anything that moves, he wanted the fans to know that they had no idea about these videos existed until players sent them links to them. Bohn reached out to the creators to thank them and send them a care package. \n \nBohn mentioned that not only did Negative Legend tell the story of the Artix history, a history that Negative Legend had a personal history with, but he checked out AdventureQuest Worlds and AdventureQuest 3D for the first time. Bohn even remarked how Negative Legend may have also become addicted to IdleQuest, their in-app idle game, at the end of his video. \n \nBohn mentioned that Billiam has a series of videos on games called "(game name) was weird!" which is a follow up to pop culture things. Bohn mentioned that Billian said the best quote in the 17-year long history of the game was"AdventureQuest... the game that paved the way for every single mobile game people hate today." \n \nBohn mentioned that someone should "please write that on my tombstone. Which will never happen. I am never going to die." \n \nBohn mentioned that the team has done a lot of crazy things together over the past 2 decades. He mentioned that the idea that the bands Korn, Alice in Chains, and Breaking Benjamin have performed in their games is absolutely insane. \n \nAdam Bohn built his company from nothing back at the turn of the millennium, and he always appreciates it when his efforts are recognized. He hopes to continue making games that people enjoy until the day he dies.