Wars have always been part of our history, and it will continue to be part of it until everyone is satisfied with what they have (which will never happen). Everyone will always want more control. In Epic War 3, that’s exactly what you do. You’ll go through battle over battle to gain more land and more control over everyone and everything.
Epic War 3 is a war simulator with real-time strategy elements and a whole lot of depth, not only because there’s a lot of characters, but also because of the great story and addictive gameplay. You start the game off by choosing between 6 characters, each with their own story and their own specific units to command (you’ll start off with 2 units and one spell, we’ll go on to that later). They all have different reasons, but they all have one goal, and that’s to take over all of the land. Once you’ve chosen your hero/villain, you’ll be taken to a world map with flags on each land that can be taken over. You’ll go against the remaining 5 characters, and each of you will start off with a set number of land – this counts as your lives/tries. You can only take over land that is directly next to your land, so make sure to plan ahead. When you’re on the world map, you’ll also be given time to prepare your troops – to choose between whoever you have available and to level them up as you see fit using the experience you get after every fight. Some fights will give you additional units and spells to help you in your fight to liberate the land. Units and spells can be equipped as long as you have CP. Right now, everything I’ve said may sound a bit complicated, but no need to worry. Although the game is kind of complicated as you start, the game won’t leave you without letting you know what to do in each turn until you master the game.
The game is mostly controlled by your mouse, but in battle, your keyboard is available to use for shortcuts. For example, at the bottom of the screen, you’ll see your units and you can click their portraits to choose them, but you’ll also be able to press the key that’ll display under them to do the same. Spells work the same way, too. You’ll get used to it, and you’ll be the best of the best!
If you’re looking for a game that you‘ll be playing for hours on end without noticing, then Epic War 3 is a great choice. The story, the music, and the feel of the game is just perfect. New Game+ will let you play the game again after finishing it, but with the same number of units you’ve already had on your previous playthrough, adding even more replayability. Give it a go, you won’t regret it.
The roads in kingdoms are always dangerous. It’s never safe for normal people to walk on them unless it’s been cleared. Well, we’ve got heroes to help us out in this regard! Hire heroes to clean the roads and let the innocent people feel the peace again, not without a price (cash), of course.
Road of Heroes is an action / shooter simulator that lets you control a group of mercenary heroes tasked on keeping the roads clear and free from bandits and criminals. You’ll do this by hiring 3 different types of mercenaries. That’s the rogue, the wizard, and the shaman. Each one has different abilities that you’ll be able to utilize and use against every enemy on the road. The rogue will always be throwing knives and is best at using speed and agility to survive as he can wear clothing that increases dodge rate and attack speeds. His range is also very good as he can shoot knives to the end of the screen. The wizard has pretty strong spells in his belt but can only use it from short range. His lightning spells hit more than one enemy so it’s a risk-reward kind of thing. You get closer and you increase the chance of getting hurt, but your damage output bursts through the roof. The shaman shoots a thin energy beam that pierces through everything and will continually damages anything it touches. To control these heroes, you’ll use your mouse cursor. Your heroes will always follow your cursor, so make sure to use that to dodge and aim at your opponents. You’ll have a little circle at the lower right screen that’ll fill up at fixed intervals. That’s your special meter. You can use your special attack by clicking on the left mouse button. You’ll go through a lot of levels with a lot of bandits and enemies. The goal is clear. Clean up the bad guys.
Road of Heroes is one of the coolest action games around the web, and it’d be a shame for anyone that loves games to miss on this one. The variety this game gives is huge so you can play using any style you’d like. Pick up the game and we’re sure you won’t be disappointed.
An anticipated sequel to one of the best browser based RPGs ever created has finally come, and it’s about time that people find out what happened next to Sonny in Sonny 2. Will he ever be able to become human again, or at the very least find out what happened to him that he is in the sticky situation that he is in?
Sonny 2 is a turn-based RPG that is a direct sequel to the big browser game hit, Sonny. It follows the story of Sonny, a man turned zombie that is trying to find his way home and find out what happened to him and everyone he was with. Sonny 2 takes place only a few minute after the final events of the first game where Sonny and a friend has escaped the ship and now holds a cassette which may be a clue to finding out what happened to the crew of the ship and him. Starting a new game will let you start with an entirely new character (it’s still Sonny, but you can change the name and his class, which is pretty cool). You get to choose from 3 classes available; Psychological – basically, they are the mage class in the game with powers that are a little different than an ordinary mage, as this class uses spells that control minds to destroy enemies and allies alike (this is the hardest class to start with, but is the strongest in the later parts of the game); Biological – the warrior type with a huge emphasis on power and speed, but with a few poison spells to help out (easiest to play as and is moderately strong if levelled up); and finally, the Hydraulic – a balanced class with healing spells and damage spells, as well as having a balanced speed and power (moderate difficulty of use). The game is controlled entirely by your mouse, and a good tutorial will greet you in-game when you start a new game, so you never play blind, which is great.
Sonny 2 is a deep, story-driven game with very good RPG elements. Although the gameplay itself may be a bit complicated when it comes to choices, the game’s great tutorial as well as the complete tooltips in each option that you have, help you play easily and understand what exactly is going on in every battle that you have. If you want a deep RPG experience without having to throw out money to buy one, then Sonny 2 is a great game to play.