Heroes of Hellas 2: Olympia

Heroes of Hellas 2: Olympia

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Build a city from the ashes of a fallen civilization and rule your people with wisdom and justice in Heroes of Hellas 2: Olympia! A mix of gripping Match 3 gameplay and city building fun, Heroes of Hellas 2 challenges you to drag your mouse across chains of identical items to remove obstacles, activate bonus items and collect valuable objects. Between levels, you can play one of eight minigames and spend the gold you earn on upgrades for your city!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 171 MB

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Heroes of Hellas 2: Olympia 4.5 5 11 11
WOW, THIS WAS A CHALLENGING GAME After having completed the original Heroes of Hellas in timed mode, I took up the challenge to purchase and play this sequel and I have to say that I found it QUITE CHALLENGING. I found the clock to be somewhat adequately slow(?) but still had to stay on my tippy toes in order not to have to replay a level more than 3 times. The puzzles were particularly challenging but thanks to forum member cstdenis who's been kind enough to list the solutions to ALL of them, I was able to not only complete them but to also gain a better understanding as to how to play the Match3 portion of the game. The sense of accomplishment of beating this game in TIMED mode has encouraged me to play the last sequel to this game. February 19, 2012
GREAT MATCH GAME FOR ALL OF THE FAMILY IT'S WONDEFUL WAY TO PASS THE TIME AWAY. December 17, 2011
Hours and hours of fun I loved #3, and #2 is every bit as much fun, and challenging. the graphics are great, not quite like in 3 .. but don't let that slow you down ... puzzles are cleverly done, and you get the opportunity to start them over when you blow i t- I like that a lot. I'm eager to start #1 !! Yeah, backwards, but no disappointments. Highly recommend this game - and it's good for family fun, also. April 10, 2012
Fun Game, Relaxing and Challenging As a match 3 goes - Hellas 2 has it all - easy game play, lots of exploding things and arrows, puzzles, and city building. Pros: puzzles (some of them quite hard- but skippable), different bonus things for each round so you are building new abilities but can only use 3 each round. Fun graphics. Cons: A little repetitive, and almost too helpful. You don't really get to choose how you build and its sorta pointless - people complain about food, the next thing build is food, etc. The ending is abrupt and kinda a let down. Overall a great game, good music, great way to spend time. March 31, 2013
Hello Heroes WOW, what a game! Hidden object games are my favorite, but I wanted to try something new for a change. After two days of demoing various Match 3 games, I came across this little known jewel. I got a lot more than I ever expected. Heroes is much more than a match 3. There is a town to build. As the town grows, the people need to be fed, given culture and protection. Necklace pieces to collect, play a puzzle and get your hero. There are 8 heroes, each with a different power to use in the match 3 segments. Then there are achievements for completing various goals. These are kept in there own room. The color is bright, music nice. And a long game. It took over 8 hours for me to finish. December 4, 2014
Explosive chain matching The original Heroes of Hellas was one of the first games I bought, and I love the whole series. At first the puzzles in "2" irritated me, but as I got the hang of them the need to think them out made a nice change to the more random main game - though I won't say you can't use a bit of strategy there, especially by creating coins in the right places. My only real niggle is that I like to use as few Heroes as possible, so making the use of Heroes a neccessary task on some levels is annoying. Still, I keep replaying it!! November 22, 2014
CHAIN TYPE MATCH 3 The first time I played a chain type Match 3, I fell in love with the format. This game is 100% chain type, and not just in straight lines with 90 degree angles. I can create a chain from one side of the board to the other, with lots of twists and turns. There is lots to do in this game. Every board has different goals to accomplish. Powerups can be different depending on what tiles the board is made of. If there are Fire Stones, then you have a rain power up to put them out. A reshuffle power up is always available. Charging these power ups is done by matching a specific type of tile for each power up; blue for the rain, red for selectively eliminating a 3x3 set of tiles, white for the reshuffle, etc. For each board completed within the allowed time, you earn a designation of either Hero, Expert or Master, in descending order of time used. The least amount of time used got you the Hero designation. Coins are awarded for several types of accomplishments for each board, some based on speed and others on tiles cleared, etc. At certain intervals, you must solve a board that drops a piece of a hero's pendant off the board. Once all the pieces of the pendant are collected, then you are presented with a swap-tyle jigsaw puzzle to create a picture of the hero that can be used as a screen saver. One type of board was particularly hard for me; removing all tiles in a limited number of moves. I skipped those a lot. I also skipped some of the boards towards the end of the game that were too complicated for me to solve within the time limit allowed. It would have been nice to be able to play with no time limit. I'm not sure how I won the ability to skip boards. Trophies could also be won, such as bringing x number of people into the city, destroying x number of a specific kind of tile, completing the castle, all the buildings, etc. In the trophy room in the Museum, there is a scroll that allows you to replay the jigsaw puzzles. Coins earned during play are used to build and/or upgrade various buildings in the city. Increasing the population of the city as a result of solving boards causes a castle to be built in increments. The ultimate size of the city is called City of Light, which ends the game. With all these things to do, as well as lots and lots of boards, this game takes a long time to play. I have purchased all the games in this series. A fun, very challenging game. March 9, 2016
Pretty easy but lots of fun This is far, far easier than Heroes of Hellas, but the lack of challenge is made up for in the fun factor and visual effects. Lots of bang for your buck and some interesting new angles. The minigames are easier to do as I play in a window and the objects were easier to spot in the bigger window. December 11, 2011
Fun and relaxing without pressure. Just a fun Match 3 game with building rewards. A break from my usual challenging Hidden Object games. November 16, 2011
A Bigger Hero - A Guy's Review *review based on completing the full game in normal mode* Well, after playing the first Heroes of Hellas, I will have to say that this was much more entertaining. So a big step in the right direction There is a whole lot more going on this time. Next to building your palace, this time you get to build a whole city, which was actually surprisingly enjoyable. There's many achievements to collect as well. Not only that, but there is much more variety to the boards and goals of each level in the M3 game, which made it less monotonous than what we had in the first installment. Most of them are time based, but there are some puzzle ones that are based on number of moves instead. Next to that there are mosaic puzzles and fragment puzzles between the various "heroes". All this helps keeping the game interesting, and for the motivation to continue. That part was excellent in this game. I complained about the power ups being too random in the first game, and at least some of them are equally random in this game. I don't care for that at all. Both the game itself and said power ups is too much based on randomness, and less on skill. That could have been done much better also here. The graphics are colorful, crisp and nice. A bit corny and stiff maybe, but nothing too bad. The little voice-overs done in the game is actually quite good. They try to make a little story out of it, but it really isn't much at all to brag about on that part. Music didn't feel intrusive, but I suspect most will turn it down eventually. There are 3 different levels of difficulty (easy, normal, hard). I only played on normal setting so I do not know the differences. Most likely based on time and how many elements needs collecting to charge a power-up. Even with the randomness of it all, I found the game quite entertaining, especially with everything going on. I had a blast. I would recommend it to everyone who likes some goals to their M3 games and it could also be a good starter game for people unfamiliar to the genre. As for advanced players, I do not think this game offers much. There is nothing based on skill here. I wouldn't really know though, as I am definitely not an advanced M3 player myself. Uncertain about it? Then try before you buy! TJ November 20, 2012
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