by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
The first that catches your attention is that this multiplayer puzzle game asks for Google sing in, something that we see more and more frequently and shortly will become a standard. Hero Forge also jump onto the bandwagon of mixing genres and styles, in this case combining a sort of 3D Mahjong and typical fantasy characters such as the paladin or the mage.
When you combine two identical symbols, each one with two or more free horizontal faces, they banish and add points to you attack, defense or magic that will define your performance when turns are solved once time has run out. Rules are easily understood, but you'll need some practice to actually understand and foresee what will happen and choose accordingly.
Between duels, you can invite friends, most likely to challenge them, and craft weapons and armor to customize your character. By the way, even though these customization options are quite limited, characters are nicely crafted in 3D. Every won or lost duel raises or lowers you in a global ranking,
Hero Forge, despite being under development, is a very promising game that can become a hit if word spreads enough.
Tags: hero forge beta ranking
by Peter , Appszoom
Oct 14, 2013
from 485 reviews