Elements Epic Heroes Review (HTC Desire 816): Solid MMORPG That Also Includes Single Player Campaign (Video)
Elements Epic Heroes is a MMORPG game that I tested on the HTC Desire 816. This is a free game, that at its core is an action RPG with a single player campaign, but it also has an area called Skyrock, where players meet, socialize and take on fights together.
You will tap to move, explore forests filled with creatures and interact with people in a village that’s basically your home base. You will control a hero and his sidekicks, that you can change if you want, depending on the level you require. The sidekicks are paid mercenaries, so you can buy new ones if need be. The graphics are playful and childish, with characters reminding me more of Rayman than World of Warcraft.
You will need an online connection to play the game and there’s a slight World of Warcraft vibe to it. Gamers can use potions for mana and HP, use scrolls for enhancements and perform the occasional special attack or spell. There’s also the option of teaming up with 4 other players to defeat bosses. The characters are divided into classes, so some of them are archers, others are close range attackers and so on.
Elements Epic Heroes offers leaderboards and allows you to collect gems and coins to use for armor, weapon or equipment purchase. You can level up, use rings for extra health and damage and enjoy 100 levels of challenges in Skyrock. This game gets a 9.5 out of 1 from us and it’s actually better than Order & Chaos in my book. You can download it here.