Battle of Heroes

Battle of Heroes

Battle of Heroes is a game that will appeal best to people who like role-playing games. The reason is simple – Battle of Heroes is a RPG game as well.

The app is relatively large at 108 MB and it will take some time before it gets downloaded on your Android device. But the time spent waiting will be worth it – Battle of Heroes will treat you with gorgeous 3D graphics right from the start and sound that brings all kinds of effects to the game. Designed for RPG fans, the game will allow you to lead the troops of Evagar in a war against unknown evil that corrupts everything that stands in its way. The story sounds familiar but this is what the game uses to make you take this cause as your own. Just like in many other role-playing games, Battle of Heroes will allow you to manage resources and train all kinds of soldiers that you will then lead into battle. The game is divided into levels that you will have to complete in order to advance and you can also build citadels, fortifications and other military buildings. Since the game takes place in a fantasy world, you also have access to magic so you will cast spells onto your enemies, discover new heroes, create battle strategies and more.

Battle of Heroes is definitely for fans of the genre, since this is not your ordinary point-and-shoot game. In other words, expect to invest some time and effort into this one before you fully master it. If you do, however, you will get the best the game offers.

Battle of Heroes deserves two thumbs up – the game is not to be underestimated and it brings the best in the RPG genre. The only problem for some people is that it has a learning curve and if you do not want to learn how to play this game, then Battle of Heroes is simply not for you.

Battle of Heroes is here on Google Play.

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