Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014

Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014

Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014 is a game that will take you to the fantasy world of larvae. Here you take the role of an unnamed larva forced to fight for its right to live. The larva world has been invaded by enemy larva forces so it is up to you to save them all.

To put it in a few simple words – Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014 is a fighter game, just like the ones we used to play about 20 years ago. The game allows you to select several pre-defined heroes and after a short tutorial you are good to go. You will be given missions to complete, which in most cases can be taken down to “Go and conquer this enemy base”, “Defend our base” and so on. So you will be fighting… There’s some strategy to this though – the game allows you to collect various items such as sausages, letters and more in order for you to get power-ups. Of course you will have to devise and use a strategy to beat the enemies that you will encounter because at certain points in time they can be too numerous for you to handle. The game also allows you to develop your hero since a bit later the opponents that you will get to fight will be much tougher than before. In addition there are various potions that give you extra strength or abilities so as you can see there are many options at developing your character in the game.

We’ll just say a few words on the graphics and sound – Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014 comes with 2D graphics and decent sound and that’s about it. Nothing interesting here – like we said this is just a regular arcade game.

All in all Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014 is a casual game for people who want to kick some butt and that’s about it. You will probably not remember this game after a week or two but it is a great choice for some gaming when you have time to kill.

Larva Heroes: Lavengers 2014 is here on Google Play.

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