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Royal Heroes

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Welcome, my Lord, to the cursed kingdom. A land plagued by black magic and creatures that crawl out of the darkness. Once this was a great kingdom. It could be great again. That's all up to you. Enter the world of Royal Heroes - a strategy game set in a world of fantasy and adventure.
Hire an army of legendary heroes and battle vast waves of monsters. Destroy your enemies on the battlefield. Purge all evil from your land. Construct your castle. Craft weapons. Spend your loot wisely. Rule your kingdom.

This is Royal Heroes. Welcome to your kingdom, and good luck. You'll need it.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, or XP Service Pack 3
  • Processor: 1 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1 or higher
  • Storage: 100 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: 10.7 or later
  • Processor: Intel
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1 or higher
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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1,000,000 items
Master of Void
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First Great Hero
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First Major Victory
Flawless victory - no casualties
First Craft
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First Defeat
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Royal Heroes reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Royal Heroes is great little Game for between through. The Game Concept depends on levels in the first Level you start small without strong Heroes, here the Goal is to get as much Gold and stronger Heroes as possible. Then there are various Sets for the Heroes, the Sets Consist of six Items each, Weapon helmet Cape Shoes and depending on what kind of Hero There are still two Classes of related Items. The Standard Sets can be produced by Material, Material and Gold can be obtained through battles won. Then there are Special Sets that offer even greater Advantage than the Standard Sets, here is also suffering the Effort greater to comp. What I like very much is a Counter-translation to the second Part, you have to intervene less in the Combat Process. Before each Fight you level up your Heroes and the Soldiers of the Heroes, then knock themselves with the Enemies on their own. After each Fight you get a Damage statistic from the Heroes, on the basis of this Statistic you can decide which Hero needs to be lolded and which not yet. Negative With the Steam Version you can unfortunately not see yet how strong the suitable Army and the opposing Army are in Relation to each other, that was much more pleasant with the Version I tested, so you could decide the Fight is lost or worth it He to guide himself. Anyone who Plays and knows the Steel Version Will not miss it either.
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Great Game, but it's running dead fast as the Opponents get too strong! It's really Fun, damn addictive again like sau. But at some point comes the Sticking Point, as with a Click Game, where you actually want to reset the World. But, of course, that's not possible here. The Game is like a Tower Defense Game with strong Role-playing And Strategy percentage. Actually, it's more of a Hero Offense Game that runs automatically, only Spells are allowed Manually. You look at new Heroes, equip them with Items, train them and put them in a Position in the Force. Then you hope everything goes well. The first Missions start well, you get well introduced to the Game and you think it's a 5-6 Hour Game for In Between. But far from it. After a few Hours you realize that the Map seems to get eternally long and you get to your Limit more and more often and faster. So you have to grin more and imemr more often and longer, just to be able to make a few Items again, or to learn new Skills, or to be able to train more units, which then run along and fight. This with the Items is also one Thing: You have to first get the Blueprints to do it-or experiment wildly. Luckily, a Guide in the Steam forum helps, otherwise it would be much more fruity to play, because all The Crap after a battle dropt is accidental. And since you always get little Gold and Resources, but impossibly more heroes "here" scream and above all more Money are needed for further better Upgrades, everything runs totally dead until Vomiting as Already mentioned. Therefore, instead of a first imagined "juhu, this is mega, you must have played that absolutely" I now come to the Conclusion "Finger Gone, risk of Frustration, which in the End is unplayably tough and therefore smelly boring." If you're into Sado-Maso Stuff, you can do the Part and go grinning for 100 Hours-I'll finish that here and now. Too Bad I loved the first 5-6 Hours!
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