Hero of the Kingdom

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You were living a calm, happy life together with your father on a small farm, when one sunny day your life completely changed. Malicious bandits raided your home, burnt it to ashes and your father went missing. A darkness has now fallen over the whole country, and it is up to you to set off on a dangerous journey to places you've yet to explore, overcome your fears and search for your father in the greatest adventure of your life to become the Hero of the Kingdom!

  • Fulfill quests
  • Gather herbs, hunt and fish
  • Collect sacred artifacts
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 134 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Hero of the Kingdom 4.1 5 197 197
Different but fun I like this game. It's not a huge challenge but there is a lot going on all the time and it is different than the other games I've played. It has a bit of time management; you have to sleep and eat in order to complete tasks, and you have to manage the order in which you do things as it will affect what you are able to do next. It has a bit of hidden object; there are items in each scene that are not exactly hidden but do take some searching to find. You click on these items to collect them. At first there is buried treasure, edible mushrooms and herbs for making healing potions, and as you progress and pay attention to the dialogue you get clues to other items that can be collected, hunted or fished for such as eggs, flowers, poison mushrooms, deer, bear, fish, algae, alligators and lots more. These items can be eaten, sold or used to help characters you meet and to complete tasks. As you complete tasks more scenes are made available. This game also has a bit of adventure / strategy game play; there are lots of characters that you encounter and interact with. Early in the game you get a map that has only the areas that you have been to so far. You have to return to previous scenes (areas) regularly to search for new items to collect and prey to hunt and fish to catch as you become aware of them. There is a bit of strategy involved with when to sleep and eat and what to sell and what to purchase at the right times etc. It is a good idea to keep notes from the start as to where you can rest (sleep and eat) including what type of food the rest area requires, also record where to find other important areas are such as places to buy and sell items. These places are, for instance, a farm that sells vegetables, a woman who buys groceries or a hunter that sells hunting supplies and also purchases animal pelts. These places are scattered all over and you have to revisit them many times throughout the game. It comes in handy to have a list of what each place buys and sells and how many gold coins they cost or pay. The map is useful when you have to revisit places as each scene (area) has a title and the map can be used to jump from one scene to another without having to retrace your steps each time. I bought the game after the trial hour was over then continued to play for a few hours that seemed more like one hour. Judging by the amount of map that I have uncovered I'm almost half done. I recommend that if you like TM HO or Adventure/strategy games that are not too advanced, give the demo hour a try. I'm glad I did. I'm sure my grandkids will enjoy it too. December 21, 2012
Something different ... Old School This game takes me back to the "Old School" quest games from the 80's and 90's. You have an obvious mission but need to collect resources and treasures in the mean time #foraging in the woods and as your skills and weapons progress, hunting and fishing# and also complete side quests. Hints are readily available and very clear, although I didn't have reason to do so, the quest is pretty straight-forward. The main problem for me was the dialogue... it is a bit drawn out and lengthy. You have to click on it each sentence to move through it, I didn't read half of it and instead just skimmed it to get the info I needed. Other than that, I enjoyed it and finished it rather quickly. Simple, predictable story line but I likes the nostagia factor. If you want something a bit different from the same old formula of Hidden Object or time managment games... give it a try. December 21, 2012
A Different & Fun Sort of Adventure I am very glad I didn't listen to the first review of this game because I really enjoyed it. I play a lot of rpg (like Aveyond) as well as Time Management games, but this one was a complete surprise. There are many side quests to keep you going in addition to the main quest. There is a handy hint button but if you use it too much, you miss a lot of quests and the game will be shorter. December 30, 2012
This is a Quest type game which does get better despite first impressions When you start this game there is an awful lot of reading to do and the grammar and spelling are ... ahem .. not the best in the world and initially you are told exactly what to do and a lot of people are put off by this but I say persevere at least to the end of the demo because I did and I am very glad that I did. The gameplay is very similar to Island Castaway in that you have to fulfill different quests for different people and your energy needs to be restored by regular food and rest. As you progress on your journey following your father's kidnappers, each new place appears on your map and you can jump from one place to another with just a click of the mouse. You can carry a HUGE amount of inventory items but you will need to sell some as you will require gold coins so look out for buildings which have a sack hanging over them, you just have to find the right one according to what you want to sell. Some of these items can be found lying about the map and, be warned, they are miniscule LOL but once you know what you are looking for they seem to stand out and my old eyes didn't have a problem spotting them. The length of the game is excellent I have been playing most of the day and just when I thought I was getting close to the end I was given another load of quests to fulfill. It did fill my widescreen and I left the music on playing quietly in the background. December 20, 2012
An Nice Change I'm always on the lookout for something outside of the familiar hidden object genre. This game was definitely different. On the positive side, the graphics were very nice with care taken in the details. As new areas were opened up, I found them interesting and attractive. Hidden things were often very small, but still relatively easy to find. The storyline is uncomplicated and there is no great skill needed to play or win the game. Great for kids who get frustrated with mini-games or puzzles or someone who just wants simple relaxing play. The storyline was ok and it was fun trying to help all the different characters. Some problems were interesting and included multiple steps. On the down side, the English was often irritatingly bad. It was a good attempt at translation but odd things popped up a lot. I also found myself wishing for greater depth in the conversations and more character development. It's a tricky balance between too much conversation and how to give the player information. The game lasted longer than I thought it would, but was still relatively short. In all, I enjoyed it enough to buy it and play to the end. December 28, 2012
Great Journey I love the colors, and intriguing storyline. It is a fun and interesting game. December 30, 2012
Different type of game This game involves finding the right resources needed to continue your journey to rescue your father.The graphics arent great and some of the items you need to find are very small but I quite liked it. Its quite different from the usual games you get and Im not sure why its a time management game but its worth a try out. December 21, 2012
Good strategy game I decided to give it a try as I am not a big HOG fan. I bought it before the hour was up. You have to really look for the little extras to help find gold and food, also you do have to remember where certain areas/people are. Go back and find or complete other tasks. I am enjoying it quite a bit. December 21, 2012
Good fun I enjoyed this game quite a lot. It's an original adventure game, which revolves around gathering and finding resources and bartering. Some resources are scattered around the areas (e.g. eggs, crates, mushrooms...) while you have to develop skills and buy equipment to access others. It has a main story line and many smaller side quests. All in all, it kept me entertained! December 21, 2012
Not Your Normal TM Game This game was a pleasant surprise. I generally like TM games, such as MKFTP, Island Tribe, etc., so when I saw this I assumed it fell into that category; it didn't! It isn't your traditional TM game, but I really enjoyed it. There isn't a time limit, and it's non-linear, which I found to be less stressful than other TM games. You complete a series of quests in an attempt to locate your father and then beat a wizard, The Dark Lord. You can hunt animals, fish, find treasure, pick herbs for potions, and sell or buy items from merchants located throughout the land. You are gradually able to do more tasks as the game progresses. It also has HO game characteristics, as you can find treasure, mushrooms, bird eggs, pearls, barrels, etc., which can be sold or used as ingredients for certain items. There isn't much strategy involved, but I didn't feel that it took away from the game. CONS: The graphics could have been a little better, but they weren't horrible. The hidden objects were so small that I had to scour the areas thoroughly, with my face almost touching the screen, to find them. I also found it annoying that your health wasn't permanently posted on the screen. You have to click a little icon to see what your health is, making it frustrating when you are beginning a string of tasks only to realize you don't have enough health. It would also be helpful to have a list of tasks/quests that you have started for tracking purposes; you can begin so many tasks at one time that it's easy to loose track. The dialogue had bad grammar, and flat out didn't make sense at times, but I'm used to that by now considering a lot of these games are made by foreigners. The game was also way too short; it needs to be spread out more. Maybe there will be a second one because I think this could be a winner. Overall a pretty good game, although too short. I would definitely purchase another game like this, should one come along. <fingers crossed> December 24, 2012
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