Hero of the Kingdom II

Hero of the Kingdom II

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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!

  • Explore a beautiful country and sail to far islands
  • Learn skills such as fishing, hunting and gathering
  • Find hundreds of useful hidden items
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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 272 MB

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Hero of the Kingdom II is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 96.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUCH a nice change! It's really nice to find a game that isn't just a new storyline attached to the same old game play. This game goes outside of the normal "gather, build, upgrade, repeat" and offers a fresh and fun experience for players.
Date published: 2016-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I wish there were more unique games like this Very different. Strategy, seek and find, money management, memory, and exploring. This game has all of the elements so you don't get bored doing the same thing over and over. The story is cute and engaging. It can be challenging to remember where everything is but definitely doable. The hour demo does not do it justice as you need to access the whole map to complete quests and advance. I read a lot of reviews where people got stuck and deleted the game after the demo. They are missing out! I thoroughly enjoyed this game. I am an avid gamer and pretty hard to impress with such simple graphics and premise, but was pleasantly surprised.
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally something different! It is soooo wonderful to play something that isn't the same old HO or TM. I LOVED this game! Like many of the other players I lost sleep because I could not stop playing. The game play (not the story line) reminded me of 2 other favorites : City of Fools and World of Thellians, both being more quest/adventure/strategic with no timer. Please BF could you add more of these unique games to your list. PS: a couple of more sim games like: Life Quest or Magic Life would be great too. Please and many thanks!
Date published: 2016-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yay! Yay, a sequel! I was really, really looking forward to this, and it did not disappoint. If you liked the first one, you will like this one more. Bigger world, better story, more skills to learn, more items to find, more quests to do. Some have multiple ways to complete them, too. If you're not familiar with the first game, this is a basically a point-and-click adventure. Not a HOPA, but closer to an RPG. There's a pretty strong resource management aspect, too, as most of the quests involve finding the objects and ingredients necessary to complete the task, and getting some ingredients require collecting other ingredients first. As you might expect, there's a lot of back-and-forth between locations, but there's a map that can transport you. But once again, BFG has miscategorised it. At least "strategy" is a closer match than "time management". Here's hoping for a third one!
Date published: 2016-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE Hero of the Kingdom! When I saw there was a sequel to the first game, I didn't know whether I should laugh or cry - because now I'm going to be running medieval shores and bartering for potions instead of cooking or vacuuming. 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. And zombies! Don't forget about the zombies! 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 just as good, also with wizards and potions. Graphics aren't wonderful, although once you start playing it really doesn't matter. Most of the game is pop up text, but for my part, I get so involved with the storyline I feel like I'm in a world much like Game of Thrones. In the first game, you were trying to rebuild your families farm. Now you're rescuing your sister from pirates, and there are a host of side stories going on. The map is truly huge, with beaches and farms and towns, and as you go on you'll discover underground lairs with treasure and snakes and alligators. You can slay all the bad guys, as long as you've collected enough supplies. And don't forget to sleep! If you enjoy an immersive experience and don't require bells and whistles like cut scenes, this is a must. I love strategy games, and this was a must-buy for me.
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it ! Wonderful game, so different from the other games. It's a long playing game with an interesting storyline. Can't wait for the 3rd edition.
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I loved everything about this game I found this game to be a nice break from the sea of BF HO games that all blur together and AAA RPG games I like to play. I found the Hero games as I was searching for a game to fill in the space between The Witcher 3 and Fallout 4. Both Hero games filled in that role and I have spent much time trying to find similar games to no success. I love these games. So much so that I played both the Hero games then immediately played them both again and will probably play all three when the third installment is released - whenever that will be. The story is simple, nothing epic, enthralling or industry changing like TW3. The Hero of the Kingdom II was entertaining and it held the game together. The gameplay is what makes this game stand out. It is about questing and collecting, some of my favorite things in RPG type games. Some complain that the items collected were too small but I was able to get 100 achievements without only a little bit of extra time finding that last mushroom or other item. Time I didn't mind since I didn't want the game to end. 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. 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. Don't be mislead by the simple graphics or the strange nature of the game which is so different than most games on BF. This is a gem of a game.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow!! Been a LONG time since I had that much fun in a hidden object game Keep up that quality! It's got the story line to keep you engaged constantly. 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. This is incredibly well done. I'm an animator and illustrator freelancing for the gaming, film, and TV industries and it's hard to impress me. Simple yet so deep and dynamic for a small game. you made me feel like I was playing a huge game. don't ever sacrifice that quality.. this is seriously under-advertised
Date published: 2015-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not a HOG - Thank God! I barely remember the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but I remembered I liked it very much. 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. This is a somewhat non-linear adventure/quest game. 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. You have a lot of choices and I can imagine playing it again with a different emphasis. 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. There are many ways to level up, get money, or increase your health so you have choices there also. It's not a HOG but there are little goodies hidden around that are useful but not really necessary. You get used to the types of places they might be and can usually click around a bit - you aren't docked/penalized for clicking guesses - and in the awards there is an achievement for finding all of a certain thing. The inventory page is nice. It shows what you have in your inventory and so far seems limitless (amazing how much I can carry!). It also shows how much money you have, how many buddies, what skills you have learned so far, how much health you have, and a link to a map that only shows what you've explored so far. According to the blank places on the map, I haven't reached halfway yet. There seems to be a wide range of thought/strategy required: either you can sort of haphazardly bumble your way from quest to quest, realizing you shouldn't have sold something and have to buy/make/find it again, or you can think and carefully strategize and calculate, figuring out if you can buy a raw material, process it, and sell it for a net profit to earn money (a lot of work to my way of thinking - LOL - guess you can tell which is my game style.) Anyway, I agree with the much-repeated sentiment "MORE OF THIS TYPE OF GAME, Please." If you liked this game it *somewhat* reminds me of "Island: Castaway" 1 & 2. If you haven't already, try them.
Date published: 2015-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG! I'm so addicted to this game! It's so much fun! 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! First of all, let me say that this is a pure strategy game with elements of adventure and an expansive world. So if you like intense, dynamic, fast moving games with lots of action and you don't like reading a lot of text pop-ups, you're probably not going to like this game. 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. Hero of the Kingdom II is a little different in its execution than most RTS games and it takes a little getting used to. 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. It's a mouse-driven adventure and there's no timer, so it's not a click-fest. I didn't play the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but apparently this one picks up where the first one left off. 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 and your sister are happy and secure in your new home. You're learning new skills, like fishing and gathering shells and crabs and helping fellow villagers complete tasks until pirates attack, kidnap your sister and overrun the village. After you make sure everybody is okay, then it's basically up to you to go after the pirates and rescue your sister. Along your journey, you learn additional skills, how to manage your resources wisely and earn reputation (or credibility) among the townspeople you meet along your journey. You're given tasks to complete, as well as fighting giant spiders, alligators and zombies both above and below ground - all while trying to figure out the best way to rescue your sister. 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. But if you can learn to manage your gathered resources and gold wisely, you won't have to backtrack as often. Because of the different order you could use in completing tasks, I can see a potential for replay value here. You do need to have a good memory to remember where to go and what townspeople to visit to acquire certain items you need to complete your tasks. There have been a few times I've needed pencil and paper to write down how many of each item I needed to combine to make a new item. There are mushrooms, herbs and berries to be gathered, boars and wild goats to hunt, treasure to find and ghosts to tame. There's always plenty to do in this game. I've put probably eight hours into this game so far and I don't think I'm quite halfway through it yet. I only wish that resources would regenerate indefinitely, which they do not. 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 particularly liked the mushroom picking! The only other thing I would say is that you really should play this on at least a 22-inch monitor because the items you're looking for (like the mushrooms and bird eggs) are sometimes really, really small. I play this game on a 28-inch HDTV monitor and at times they're still easy to miss. But it's not enough of an issue, for me, anyway, that it detracts from gameplay. Like I said, there's no timer, so just take your time and search every little nook-and-cranny! In some ways, it reminds me of a dungeon crawler. You never know where you're going to find a treasure and this game certainly is one!
Date published: 2015-05-05
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