Hero of the Kingdom II

You and your sister had finally found a safe haven in a small fishing village. But more troubles came soon after that. The threat of an unstoppable crew of pirates spread its shadow over the entire kingdom. Your beloved sister was kidnapped and taken far away to lands unknown. You have no choice but to embark on a journey to save her. You must be brave. You will travel to the end of the world, helping people, fulfilling quests, learning valuable skills, and finding hundreds of useful items in Hero of the Kingdom II!

Here's hoping for a third one! Go to Lonely Troops Facebook page and beg for more like I did!! This is incredibly well done. It's really nice to find a game that isn't just a new storyline attached to the same old game play. Graphics aren't wonderful, although once you start playing it really doesn't matter. A funny challenge. There are mushrooms, herbs and berries to be gathered, boars and wild goats to hunt, treasure to find and ghosts to tame. Sick of the normal type of games made over and over again? You and your sister are happy and secure in your new home. You get to kill bad guys and monsters, get treasure, help the locals and more. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jhamindybean from Finally something different! I'll warn you that there is quite a bit of backtracking and if that drives you crazy, then this game probably isn't for you. Basically, you and your sister have been adopted by a kindly old gentlemen in a fishing village after a devastating earthquake has destroyed your home and kinsman. You have to use your imagination to get gold coins and fame.

You and your sister are happy and secure in your new home. Please and many thanks! It can be challenging to remember where everything is but definitely doable. Once you've exhausted the resources in a particular area, that's pretty much it, unless you gain a new skill that you can backtrack and use in a previously visited area where you've not already utilized that skill. I didn't play the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but apparently this one picks up where the first one left off. After you make sure everybody is okay, then it's basically up to you to go after the pirates and rescue your sister. It's just as good, also with wizards and potions. But it's not enough of an issue, for me, anyway, that it detracts from gameplay. You can start with this HOK and be perfectly happy, but if you enjoy the demo and buy it, go ahead and check out the original. It's got the story line to keep you engaged constantly. Made me dream while playing. Once I started I couldn't stop. This is incredibly well done.

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Like many of the other players I lost sleep because I could not stop playing. This game has all of the elements so you don't get bored doing the same thing over and over. The hour demo does not do it justice as you need to access the whole map to complete quests and advance. I like exploration games. Most of the game is pop up Kngdom, but for my part, I get so involved with the storyline I feel like I'm in a world much like Game of Thrones. Bigger world, better story, more skills to learn, more items to find, more quests to do. Non-linear in that the quests are somewhat interwoven - you start a quest here but can't finish it till you learn a skill in this Hero of the Kingdom II Herro that you may or may not do immediately. After you make sure everybody is okay, then it's basically up to you to go after the pirates and rescue your sister. I Kinbdom this game on a inch HDTV monitor and Zombie Solitaire 2: Chapter 2 times they're still easy to miss. It shows what you have in your inventory and so far seems limitless 3D Mahjong Deluxe how much I can carry! I enjoyed Hero of the kingdom II even more than the first. Once I started I couldn't stop. Good storyline. Fun fun ot.

The story is cute and engaging. I barely remember the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but I remembered I liked it very much. Easy to learn. The progression is well written and if you get stuck there are always other quests to work on while you think on it or look for clues, or, of course cheat click the help which gives you a hint - not necessarily the actual answer. The hidden objects are more integrated with the story and wandering around than someone slapping you in a screen with a load of stuff to find. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rewritten from Wow!! There's always plenty to do in this game. Highly recommended! Sick of the normal type of games made over and over again? I love how much there is to do! Fun fun fun. This is a gem of a game. They are missing out! But if you can learn to manage your gathered resources and gold wisely, you won't have to backtrack as often.

I love these games. They are missing out! Made sure to get all the achievements the second time through! Wonderful game, so Recyclorama from the other games. I don't know why it's so much fun Herl collect eggs and mushrooms the tiniest pictures ever while you raise funds Puppy Sanctuary mercenaries, swords, and lumber so you can take on pirates. But once again, BFG has miscategorised it.


13 thoughts on “Hero of the Kingdom II

  1. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's all the better for it. Made sure to get all the achievements the second time through! There are many ways to level up, get money, or increase your health so you have choices there also. Made me dream while playing.

  2. It's a long playing game with an interesting storyline. You have a lot of choices and I can imagine playing it again with a different emphasis. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's all the better for it. There are many ways to level up, get money, or increase your health so you have choices there also. I recommend all 3 games in the series!

  3. Easy to learn. Please and many thanks! But if you like leisurely games that rely on strategic planning, gathering of resources, completion of assigned tasks and accumulation of wealth, then give this game a try.

  4. This is refreshing and different. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's all the better for it. Great games, all three!

  5. Hopefully the developers will not make the same mistake in the third installment since I did ruin some aspects of the game using the exploit - couldn't help myself. I don't know why it's so much fun to collect eggs and mushrooms the tiniest pictures ever while you raise funds for mercenaries, swords, and lumber so you can take on pirates. Non-linear in that the quests are somewhat interwoven - you start a quest here but can't finish it till you learn a skill in this other quest that you may or may not do immediately.

  6. There's always plenty to do in this game. I liked the trade system and during the second playthrough I was able to manage my money a bit better until I figured out the infinite gold exploit and spent an hour piling up the gold. Basically, you and your sister have been adopted by a kindly old gentlemen in a fishing village after a devastating earthquake has destroyed your home and kinsman. Good storyline. I have bad eyesight and crooked hands, so I despise HOG's and click-fest type games - this isn't one of either of those.

  7. In the first game, you were trying to rebuild your families farm. The Hero's series is the best. I highly recommend this game series.

  8. Everyone has different opinions on what game they like to play, but Hero of the Kingdom series are my favorites. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's all the better for it. I hope there will soon be a part 3! My most sincere congratulations to the developers. Please BF could you add more of these unique games to your list.

  9. This game goes outside of the normal "gather, build, upgrade, repeat" and offers a fresh and fun experience for players. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's all the better for it. Everyone has different opinions on what game they like to play, but Hero of the Kingdom series are my favorites. Maybe they will make more. You have a lot of choices and I can imagine playing it again with a different emphasis.

  10. Great games, all three! If you haven't already, try them. You have a lot of quests to do, plus save your sister who was kidnapped by pirates. Date published: Very casual point and click, search and find, adventure.

  11. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. The Hero's series is the best. You have a lot of choices and I can imagine playing it again with a different emphasis. Submit Thank you for writing a post! This is a gem of a game.

  12. If you're not familiar with the first game, this is a basically a point-and-click adventure. The inventory page is nice. I only wish that resources would regenerate indefinitely, which they do not. There is not a lot of direction or hand-holding, but you can utilize the hint button if you get stuck and it's really not that hard to figure out what you need to do next.

  13. I'm having so much fun with this game that it's hard to stop when it's time for me to go do my chores! Mixture of adventure and hidden objects. It shows what you have in your inventory and so far seems limitless amazing how much I can carry! Now you're rescuing your sister from pirates, and there are a host of side stories going on. It's all about connecting the dots, problem solving and memory.

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