Test your boss endurance with Heroes Tactics 500K milestone update
I haven’t played Heroes Tactics: Mythiventures, I’ll admit. I should. The tactical RPG from Camex Games looks to be right up my alley, and it gets overwhelmingly favorable reviews from critics and players alike. And with my interest in Terra Battle waning, I’m in the market for a new mobile diversion. Heroes Tactics may be just the thing.
Launched for iOS in November, the game has already grabbed 500,000 downloads, and Camex is rewarding its players with a Boss Endurance Mode in which guild members band together in order to take on massive boss monsters that will require strategy, teamwork and heavy firepower to defeat.
The update also comes with new hero characters, levels and maps.
In Boss Endurance Mode, players in a guild must combine their power together to defeat an enormous boss for glorious loot. Several turns will be used to take down the giant creature, encouraging players to make use of the Hero Exchange feature where they can borrow guild mates’ heroes. The players that execute the finishing moves gets bonus loot that includes elite items that cannot be gathered in other modes of the game. New hero characters and additional Story Mode and Scrimmage Tower Mode levels will also be added to this tremendous game update.
Admittedly, I’m more of a solo-experience kind of guy than an online multiplayer, and I’m not about to be the dude in the guild who basically screws up the boss fight for everyone. But Heroes Tactics does have a single player story mode, and wouldn’t you know it involves a kidnapped princess?
Heroes Tactics centers around the mystical story of the ancient Dragon Tribe’s league of heroes that overcame the Demons of Hell in a fierce and ruthless battle. The demons have risen once again, kidnapping Princess Loralyn, a descendant of the Dragon Tribe. It is up to a team of courageous heroes to save her and slay the evil Demon, sealing him in the underworld forever. In order to do this, players must collect heroes through intense battles and raising them by conquering kingdoms and empires in different campaign stages.
More upgrades to Heroes Tactics are planned, designed to appeal to casual, midcore, and hardcore players. That covers pretty much all of us, right? So head on over to www.heroestactics.com to learn more, or grab the game now for free (with in-app purchases) in the iTunes App Store. Looks like I will be.