Hero of the Kingdom PC

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7.4

Mixed or average reviews- based on 22 Ratings

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  1. Nov 28, 2013
    8
    This game presents a welcome return to classic fantasy in an innovative and brilliantly simple combination between RPG, RTS andThis game presents a welcome return to classic fantasy in an innovative and brilliantly simple combination between RPG, RTS and point-and-click adventure. The game was very addictive while playing it, and its relative repetitiveness did not hinder it much. The one major flaw of the game is that it is very short, and I completed it in a matter of hours. Overall, it is a very enjoyable indie game, especially if you like calm and casual RPGs. I would very much like to see a sequel, preferably a much longer one. Full Review »
  2. Uti
    Nov 22, 2013
    7
    Simple gameplay, whith some repetative, yet cute old-style 2-d graphics and ok story plot, fun to playm but really short. It will worth likeSimple gameplay, whith some repetative, yet cute old-style 2-d graphics and ok story plot, fun to playm but really short. It will worth like 5$, addictive enought Full Review »
  3. Nov 18, 2013
    6
    I bought this game because it looked as it had a nice calm atmosphere. Its an easy-to-get-in-to point and clicker game in a medieval fantasyI bought this game because it looked as it had a nice calm atmosphere. Its an easy-to-get-in-to point and clicker game in a medieval fantasy setting which you will play through in a day or two. Took me 6 hours to complete, and i was achievement hunting so dont expect a long story and the replay value of the game is close to zero as its going to be exactly the same. And you cant really fail in this game, its very much story driven by a somewhat unintresting story. I had a few nice hours with it though. Full Review »