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The King's Heroes

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Princess Darlene has vanished. The King is completely broke.
His only chance is to ask his closest friends for help.
And one of them is a natural choice, having been there when it happened.
But the shock of it has wiped out most of the memory, and your only clue remains a torn parchment.

Choose among a knight, a witch, a minister even, and several others, and try to find out what happened to the King's daughter.
But choose well, because much more than actual professionals, these people are first and foremost the King's best friends. Will they end up heroes, or zeros?
You have a say in the matter!FEATURES:
  • 30-40 Hours of epic and rich gameplay
  • Visible encounters
  • Mouse control
  • No less than 6 modes of difficulty including unique 'Attack Mode'
  • Choose your party among 8 different classes of characters, some of them with up to 4 different sub-classes
  • Rename your characters - give your name or a friend's!
  • Colyseum for you to test your skills and earn great rewards
  • Tons of Relics and Artifacts to discover


Release date
Aldorlea Games
Aldorlea Games
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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I didn't like it personally. Certainly there are good points. First of all the choice of the characters is important to carry out our mission. Each of them has its strengths, its weaknesses its spécificites and their consequent number allows a replayability. And that's the big highlight of the game. The lifespan is also quite long, taking you a good thirty or even forty hours. Unfortunately, it's not enough, at least that's my opinion because these qualities are found in the flaws. I'm not talking about graphics and music that are neither good nor bad. The wrong points are at the level of the scenario and the gameplay. The dungeons are overall difficult and to get to the end of it, you have to do a lot of level up you taking a lot of time. It is because of this point that the lifespan is long: we spend his time fighting without stopping either because it is necessary to boost his characters in levels, or because they do not have enough money to buy suitable equipment. If the progression of levels is quite slow, it is even worse for the acquisition of money. Every difficult struggle to use potions yields little experience and even less money. It is therefore frustrating to be contrinting to fight without stopping with so few recmthinks to the key. The difficulty of fighting the final boss is disproportionate. While my characters were at the 51 level, the little boss killed them all in one shot. I read topics about this boss and I learned that it took at least 10 or even 15 levels more and beaucou PDE chance on the fight. While the bosses who are present just before are lousy, why have put a final boss so difficult. This is where I come back on the choice of characters: few have their chances to compete against him given the inappropriate skills in front of him. I stopped there, no longer wanting to fight, I only made it all the game. The scenario: you must find the Princess of the disappeared Kingdom. Okay, at first glance it may seem interesting. Nevertheless, it does not evolve if we execepte the end. It is always the same principle: go into a Dungeon, tap on the monsters that hinder us and retrieve the ring hidden at the bottom of it. In the end, I would not say that the game is bad and it seems difficult to know whether it is recommendable or not. It all depends on the expectation of the player. If you like the challenges and spend time doing the level up, this case this game is for you. If not, go your way. On my side, I don't like spending as much time doing the same thing so I don't recommend it.
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