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  1. When it all goes just right and the heroes get their heads bit off... Well, it's good to be evil sometimes. [Jan 2011, p.85]
  2. Nov 20, 2010
    80
    No Heroes Allowed continues on the foundation that has been laid by its predecessors and gets better with every release. The game isn't very accessible, but when you like a head spinning challenge, you certainly have to give this game a chance.
  3. Jan 17, 2011
    75
    No Heroes Allowed! is another upgrade of this saga. If you loved the previous editions, buy it without any doubt. Conversely, if you are tired of the Acquires's proposal, or you never loved the saga, keep a safe distance from No Heroes Allowed!
  4. Nov 12, 2010
    70
    Just as frustrating as it is fun. It's terribly difficult at times, incredibly complex, and the idea of nutrient circulation is better on paper then it is in practice. Play this dungeon-builder only if you have a high tolerance for pain.
  5. Nov 24, 2010
    70
    This is Dungeon Keeper by way of Viva Pinata - building a devilish defence against do-gooders by massaging a delicate and extremely elaborate ecosystem. [Christmas 2010]
  6. Nov 14, 2010
    70
    Play the bad guy in this game and create tunnels and monsters to avoid good people to get to the king. The game is fun for the fans of Badman, but for the most players this game is way too hard and repetitive.
  7. A complex game for strategy buffs, but tiresome and inaccessible for others. [Christmas 2010]

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  1. Nov 8, 2010
    9
    What a fun and addicting game! Dig a dungeons, fill it with myriads of monsters and protect the overlord from those silly pesky heroes. At the same time you must keep the ecosystem going and bring forth stronger and stronger monsters. It pleasantly silly and fun to play for an hour or more. I don't think I'll put it down for quite some time! Collapse