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Comic Book Hero: The Greatest Cape

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What would you do with unlimited power? Would you become the greatest hero the world has ever seen or make the world tremble at your feet? Find out how your super-powered career would really unfold in Comic Book Hero: The Greatest Cape! Assume the role of a masked crime fighter and take part in adventures ranging from the streets of your city to the farthest reaches of the galaxy! Write your own super-heroic story as you take on every foe from petty thugs to cosmic villains in this unique role-playing simulation adventure. Adventure awaits you!

  • Create a custom hero to guide through a crime-fighting career, from origin story to climactic battles!
  • Customize your perfect hero by choosing from hundreds of superpowers, abilities and attributes.
  • Choose one of four game modes. Create your own hero from scratch, develop a hero from a selected backstory, take on the role of an existing hero, or clone a hero’s abilities and create a new story!
  • Take on opponents one on one or in team battles as large as 10 versus 10 in turn-based, strategic combat!
  • Foil evil schemes by fighting off henchmen, solving puzzles, and unmasking villainous masterminds!
  • See how popular your crime fighting adventures are with comic book fans! Your adventures are chronicled in in-game comic books. The more exciting your adventures, the better your issues sell!
  • Stay prepared by gathering information with the innovative “Word On The Street” feature.
  • Manage your character's relationships with allies, villains and civilians.
  • Protect your character's secret identity fiercely or choose to tell your closest allies.
  • Join a team for adventures or even start your own heroic alliance.
  • The in-depth editor allows you to customize the game world. Everything from a character's powers to the locations in the game world can be customized.
  • Create your own game world from scratch and design a complete comic book universe of your own!
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Grey Dog Software
Publisher
Viva Meda
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.greydogsoftware.com/cbh/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® processor (or equivalent AMD processor) 1.0 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024x768 display capable of running 16-bit color of higher
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows® compatible sound card, plus the newest version of Windows® Media Player
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Comic Book Hero: The Greatest Cape reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
So I have to say that I really Enjoy adapting that Game according to my Wishes and Needs. Even that you can edit the individual Images. But after a certain Amount of time it quickly gets boring as unfortunately it's just a click game. Anyone who expects 3D Graphics or something like this is unfortunately incorrectly picked up here. Unfortunately, it is only a pure Text Adventure. If I had got the Game for under 10€ then I would have been more pleased. The Game has a lot of nice Approaches, but unfortunately not enforced until the End. After about 2 Hours playing, you no longer disturb the English Language. I recommend this Game further, just for a reasonable Price for such a game, which could have existed 20 Years ago.
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Microsoft from Spain
Comic book hero: The Greatest Cape offers you what promises you, no more, no less: a handful of interfaces, all written and interaction ' gameplay ' based on writing and click buttons. A database forms the central point of the game, adding huge amounts of custom skills, characters, locations, teams and little else. You Must go on patrol, look for the bad guys to fight (by turns, skills with use of stamina and possibility of evasion. Extremely repetitive because you will always make the same combination) and enclose them (or be one of them and end the order and the utopian and hypocritical ' heroes '), Relate and form new allies or rest to recover strength. There are No events beyond ' Villain X does z ' with the possibility of ' Hero and fight to avoid it ' with the possibility in turn of ' avoids ' or ' do not avoid '; and ' B Character travels to C place '. There is absolutely nothing else and this is the real point that makes the game bad, without more words. It'S a fantastic idea to be able to customize absolutely everything, the interfaces roll is great if you like the theme, but it is half. An unfinished project, brought to the market as soon as it was half-ready to get the income and launch the next title (which the developers continue to remove periodically out of steam, although more focused on sports). It Could have been a standout to have thrown the creators a few more hours to add interaction and events (because what is the game is already done, which is not very complicated, just need to expand the ' database '. Write a little more, just that. I Wouldn't pay five euros for it. Not much less. But If you are accessible (in a friend's library or somewhere else) play, it's worth it. But do not pay this amount, €20 currently, to someone who is stealing directly, cobrándote for something half-done.
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