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So I will admit that I spend a lot of time on this game! It’s my most opened app in my whole phone, more than messages or Facebook or any other game! Hands down. My boyfriend hates it but I’m love it! (Only cuz I’m always on it lol!) But I am a guild leader so I have a responsibility to my team! Anyways, it’s awesome. You have daily quests you can beat to gain rewards daily. Not to mention the events where you can advance rather quickly if you SAVE for them correctly. It definitely is more of a strategy game than people may think. They also need to realize it’s called IDLE heroes, which means you aren’t going to advance 20 levels in a day! But that’s what’s so great about it! You have to put time and effort and strategy into it. Or if you want just a mindless game to play, you can do it that way also! I spend a little bit more money than I should on the game, but it’s not necessary. Only if you want to, which you might end up wanting to cuz it’s that great! They have put a lot of thought into this game for us, it involving so many different elements... then the events they give us, it all just gives us a great game we can keep up on daily, beating tasks and enjoying our progress. (If progress was faster it wouldn’t hold our attention as long) they did a good job! Thanks DH for the game addiction!!! SN: YOU DONT HAVE TO SPEND MONEY IF YOU JUST SAVE YOUR RESOURCES FOR SAID EVENT COMPLETIONS!!! Save save save!
I honestly love this game. My one criticism: the chat is absolutely full of bots, and you can’t block them- they disappeared once and it was lovely, then came back. But conversations do still happen in the chat! That was a pleasant surprise for me. I was really skeptical when I first downloaded it due to the amount of criticism for it being pay-to-win, but it really seems more like patience-to-win. It’s totally possible to progress in the game and build an awesome team without ever spending any money (though I’ll admit it can be tempting). There are a ton of different mechanics, stats, items etc. to keep track of, so it doesn’t become simple repetitive grinding. The game has a nice combination of idling and strategy. You can easily play as a casual player, or you can get more competitive and invest a lot of time. Because you can advance more quickly by paying, you’re unlikely to ever top a leaderboard without dropping a lot of cash, but you can be a pretty good competitor just by regularly putting in effort. I would totally recommend giving it a try if you’re looking for a game you can get in for the long-haul, or if you’re a casual player who really doesn’t mind ranking low.
I give credit to the minds that put this game together. I’ve been sick and in the hospital for months in and out in tremendous pain but this game gives me something to look forward to, and I love the idea of just putting together an awesome team and pushing through events. it’s fun to just pop on and knock out daily objectives in hopes that you’ll occasionally hit a stride and be able to make moves when it comes to upgrading your main line up. I’ve played this game for a long time and I’m not a “whale” of a spender but I am a monthly card holder do occasionally indulge in some of the value packages, if I had to take one thing away from my review though, it is just how long it takes to progress, only because this is my main cellular game and due to being in and out of the hospital I’m able to check it pretty often whenever the 8 hour timers roll around which makes me literally playing the game as efficiently as possible but still progression is just so slow. I just wish I could get more excitement from the game for longer periods than I do currently, mainly because it’s one of the few areas in life I can have fun. Overall though, great game.
I’ve played this game for about two years now. It is a wonderful game and I’m still loving it. However, if you’re going to start playing this game you should know a few things first. This gam is very pay to win if you plan on staying competitive in your server. This is especially true with the power creep happening. Every new hero is extremely broken and if you don’t have them then you aren’t going to be as successful as other players. Not to mention the huge amount of resources needed to max said hero and make them e5. Still here? You must be ready to spend money. Well you should also know that your money is very inefficient when it comes to buying resources. If you wanted to buy completions of an event it would cost you a couple hundred dollars and that would get you nowhere relative to the people spending thousands of dollars a month in thus game. The game has a 4 event cycle that takes a month. 2 of these events are dreadfully boring and are basically there for you to save up resources for the useful events. I’m telling you this because I want you to not spend money on these events like me in my own little riot against the company in hopes that they change it.
It’s a good system to have pvp. Nd I love that part of the game. But I feel it shouldn’t be the same as the campaign or the tower. Every time I play I can beat ever character on the team. But now that everyone has Nora, it’s impossible to win once she is level 80. She’s always healing herself and it’s impossible to beat her even if you have her on a higher level. I have a team of five stars and can’t beat her after she gets to level 80. I’m not saying change Nora because she’s fine. I’m saying you need to change the pvp. If I get to round fifteen and I have more characters than the real opponent. Then I should win the battle. If you ask anyone I’m sure they would agree. It isn’t fair that you get screwed over in a pvp match from an overpowered five star that can’t be beat very easily. And anyone can get her through a confirmed email. As a daily player, I love your game, and I love it’s not actually pay to win, I love the fact if you work hard you have a chance against the other players who don’t pay, and i do love the character Nora. I’m just saying, if I do a pvp battle, and I have four fighters left. And the opponent has one. They should loose the battle because they have less fighters.
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Idle Heroes - Idle Games has 63 751 user reviews.
Idle Heroes - Idle Games has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Idle Heroes - Idle Games (1.26.1) was released on Dec 10, 2019.
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"The unique IDLE RPG on App Store. Form your heroes and battle for victory!!!!”
Join millions of other players around the world and start your journey from Sara Forest to the High Heaven, leading your band of heroes into ancient ruins to battle the forces of darkness!
Set your heroes training while you’re away. When you return to your phone, they will be stronger, gained new abilities, and ready for battle. Grow & Train a powerful squad without all the grinding!
2. Evolving Strategy
More than 200 Heroes in different factions with specific skills. Summon your Warriors, TRAIN them to become powerful heroes, or convert them into Spirit material for EVOLVING. Forge magical gears, and outfit your warriors for victory!
3. Tons of Content
With battlegrounds galore and dungeons aplenty, heroic quests, mysterious towers, arena, guild, much fun to enjoy!
4. Guild Wars
Fight alongside your friends and players everywhere in a war for control of the floating continent. Join multiplayer guild boss-battles and lead your guild to supremacy!
5. Worldwide Arena
Put forth your best heroes to do battle in the ARENA. Watch them PK online in a multiplayer contest for glory! Climb the Leader board for the best rewards!
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