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  • Summary: Fight your way through more than 30 lush dungeons, collect gear, learn new skills and uncover the secrets of Brineside.By Defiant Development, responsible for the #1 game in 13 countries Ski Safari.Featuring incredible Retina graphics and deep RPG levelling and gear, Heroes Call brings dungeon crawling action and adventure to the mobile and tablet as it's never been seen before.Brineside is a city under siege, beset with dangers from outside, within and below. The Adventurers Guild is in dire need of new Heroes. Are you ready to answer the call?.DUNGEON CRAWLING AT ITS BEST AND FOR FREE•Visceral combat with a range of weapons.•Built from the ground up for touch.•Incredible 3D RETINA graphics that showcase the power of your device.•Intuitive controls, designed specifically for touchscreen devices, easy to pick-up and offering depth to master.•Each hero has a wide range of powers and abilities, level your hero to match your play style. RICH UNIQUE CONTENT•Over 40 quests split into different adventures that take you all around Brineside.•Quests play out in unique order, so every Hero has a different journey.•Over 100 different enemies including Orcs, Zombies, Skeletons and Ogres. Collapse
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  1. Jun 1, 2012
    Forget saying it's "good for a Freemium game," Heroes Call is just plain good. Better than good in some ways.
  2. Jun 5, 2012
    Heroes Call isn't quite in the same class as Diablo, yet it manages to capture much of the same spirit in a freemium mobile package. That's a pretty impressive feat, and it should be enough to keep you hacking and slashing for a while.
  3. Jul 26, 2012
    A curious title, with a good character development system, adjusted control and well designed for touchable screens. An interesting proposal for roleplaying fans, that is free to play, but to enjoy it at full you'll have to go through microtransactions.
  4. Jun 1, 2012
    What could have been a fun Diablo-esque hack and slash game is dragged down by the freemium design model and unchanging combat.
  5. Jun 15, 2012
    There's enough content to keep players engaged, and the loot system works well in keeping you coming back to try and find a better piece of equipment.
  6. Jun 1, 2012
    Had Defiant Development created a more full-featured experience and sold it for $0.99-$4.99, we may have proclaimed it the dungeon crawler to beat all dungeon crawlers, at least on mobile. As it stands, this game's a missed opportunity, and we doubt it'll make it into our play list even a week from now.