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Hero's Arms

rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Apr 18, 2009 | 10:30 AM EDT

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Hi all!
This is our new game, which is kind of a good-old Zelda-like adventure game. We made it very retro-fashioned on purpose, to bring back the "magic" of the 80's games. The game has a decent length if you want to complete everything in it, which should take around 20 to 25 hours, or more like 10 to 15 hours for a first run just trying to beat it.
You'll need to defeat monsters along the way of the outside world to find dungeons where quest items (or treasures) are kept safe by big monsters. Those relics are then used to grant passage to the evil Gordzak's lair, which you'll have to destroy in order to beat the game. To accomplish this you will need to upgrade your gear and your personal strength by leveling up and finding magic items.
For walkthrough/maps/cheats, go visit our forum at : um

Have fun!



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Aww :(

In general it was a good game, very much like zelda like other people had said. I was really starting to enjoy it and had leveled up a few times until I finally made it to the store and noticed that all of the best stuff couldn't even be gotten on this site. At that point I was pretty much done playing because I personally didn't feel like fighting bosses with a stick, but that's just me. Other than that though, I did enjoy what I played

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good game

Rally addictive


Rated 5 / 5 stars

addictive and really well done!

Everybody is saying how this is like Zelda; well, I never played Zelda but I do think that this game is amazing. It reminds me of another game on this site called Chibi Knight, but yours is a lot better.

The game is well balanced and the puzzles are just right. Usually I hate getting stuck on puzzles in RPGs, but I didn't stuck on any here. I think the people who get lost trying to figure out what to do just haven't paid any attention to what the special weapons are for.

Also, I noticed a lot of people are bitching about only being able to buy fancy items like the fire sword or w/e it is on a different website. So what? Who cares? Can't you still enjoy the game without the overpowered weapons?

The only "cons" I can think of is that the life upgrade doesn't seem to do anything. Also, when the main villain sends you back to your house, it kind of seems like you're replaying the game but with harder enemies.

Overall, a great game. Looking forward to the sequel if you're making one.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's like Zelda 1 and 2 mixed together.

Don't take that in a good way though. In Zelda 1, there was nothing pressuring you to kill enemies. In Zelda 2, they were kinda in your way and you wanted to level up. This combines both of those factors, and the end result wasn't so enjoyable. The first thing I did in this game was walk into the house, level up, raise magic 'cause that's how I like to roll, walked back out, found some enemies and found out that magic was USELESS 'cause I only have 4 shots with it and it wasn't even magic really. The story was weak, and I mean WEAK. Satirizing cliches usually found in games as a story and having NPC's spew out gibberish that they expect you'd expect them to say seems like a cop-out in place of any real story development. One guy who I didn't like as much as every other character in the game told me to go northeast to what I expected was a dungeon with a boss and I was right. Happy me. I died so many times to the point where I wanted to give up but I didn't because I wanted to see at least one boss before I quit. Eventually, after skipping out on most of the enemies, I ran to a giant squid thing that I couldn't damage enough to begin calling it a fair fight. I wanted to stab that NPC in the face after he sent me there. Now, besides everything else I've mentioned up to this point, there are two things hat bothered me the most. 1) Why are some items only available on Kongregate? It baffles me. I see no point to it whatsoever. 2) An ad came up while I was exploring one of the dungeons. I don't know what you were smoking when you programmed that, but that should never, EVER happen in a game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ii iits b-bu ..

o my god it buetiful
(non internet) The game was great i felt like playing zelda 3 a link to the past