Average Playtime: 11 hours

Great Hero's Beard

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Great Hero's Beard has a very satisfying progression system. Almost everything you do in game makes your character-Turgut evolve & progress further in the world.

  • Very fast and fun automated combat where everything depends on your items, stats and skill chances!
  • Build your character with stat points, randomized items & through the skill tree choices.
  • After you're done with the junk items send them to the fusion system, which in return will spit out items, stat points & skill points to further help you in your journey.
  • And don't let your eyes off the main goal- to rescue all the thicc girls from each of the world & bring them back to you camp so you can have your offspring.
  • When you finally feel like you're burned out, you can go ahead and retire. This will reset you back to level1 but in return give you permanent XP boost, stat & skill points.
  • But always remember a man who cuts his beard for a woman deserves neither.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Xp
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 Compatible Graphics Card
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Very lightweight on performance. Anyone can play this game.
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Great Hero's Beard reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
I give the Game a Thumbs down, even if I got bid for just under a Euro over 50 Hours of play. That sounds super fragrant for starters, of course, but that's not how dolle wars. The long Playing Time comes not from the fact that there is so much to do, but because most Of the time you Grin like a Beaded. Before I'm lospoltere now, I have to say something positive about it: I like that the Main Character and the Environment changes every time you Restart. That gives a Sense of Progression. I thought that was really good! Now though ... Great Hero's Beard has Approaches to an Idlespiel, but since you have to press something every two Milliseconds, you don't get to idle at all. That sounds great now, of course, and, oh, look at what the nwzed has to do, but ... It's always the same! The first Run is interesting, after that it's just a matter of getting back to Level 120 and restarting as quickly as possible, so that you have more Status Points and a thicker EXP bonus available to get back to 120 faster so that you can ... I think the Principle is clear. In no Time you are so strong that you don't need to create any More Armor at all in order to reach the Maximum Level. Since you can participate in this Rebirth 60x, you do 60x the same thing. Always the same Levels, always the same Monsters, always the same Loott. Clapping Through to Winter King, Winter King farms until you turn black, try Sea King. As an Idlegame, that would be really great, but Great Hero's Beard is the Borderliner among the Waiting Games. Constantly it demands my Attention and if the Game doesn't get these, it makes institutions or does something, so I stay tuned and look after it 1:1 so it doesn't eat a Branch and have to go to the Clinic. The Endgame consists only of Minmaxing to lay a Superboss with exaggeratedly high Stats, which artificially stretches the Playing Time. Constantly dancing the Game with Puddles around me and trying to entice me with a ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ "Look at me," it seems to say, rubbing his angular butt at my Hip. "So many new Items. Do you want To check them all now if you might get 1% more ATK? " "No, Great Hero's Beard!" I shout, pushing away the intrusive Game. ' I finally want to defeat this fucking Boss, what else do I have to do about it? ' "Mh, you could restart a few more Times or you get down on your Knees, licked, licked and licked," the Game demands, secreting a peculiar scent as it opens its legs briefly to knock these Over. "No, thank you," I say hastily. "Then I'd rather restart a few More times." In addition to the repetetive Gameplay loop, a German Translation joins from the Shallows of Limbo that reads like the Google Translator from its earliest Days. The low Price is tempting, of course, and I don't deny that I really enjoyed the game for the First couple of Starts, but by now it feels like work-and that's really not a Trait a Game should boast about.
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