Villagers & Heroes Review

Villagers & Heroes

Genre: MMORPG

  • Minimum Requirements:
    Browser: N/A
    Android: Version 4.3 or higher
    iPad and iPhone: N/A
    Windows OS: Microsoft Windows XP operating system, Intel Pentium D processor, 2 GB RAM, 3 GB HD Storage
    macOS: N/A
    Windows Mobile : N/A
    Debian : N/A
    Linux : N/A
  • Platforms: Windows OS, Android OS
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Publisher: Mad Otter Games

Villagers & Heroes

$0
5.6666666666667

Story

5/10

    Gameplay

    5/10

      Support

      8/10

        Item Variety

        6/10

          Graphics

          5/10

            Community

            6/10

              Pros

              • Villagers & Heroes is free to play for both platforms Windows and Android.
              • The game has good graphics.
              • While the game had bad criticism from steam users, it got many praises from Android users.
              • The player community is not bad.

              Cons

               

              Rankings

              Online
              305th
              MMORPG
              123rd
              FPS
              21st
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              Villagers & Heroes is a MMORPG Sandbox game that is published by Mad Otter Games. The game is also available to play on steam. It is free to play. The game has been released in 2011, the steam version was up in 2014. The game has also medieval, fantasy and first person shooter factors inside. There is not too many online players who are playing Villagers & Heroes but there are still some. The player community is generally from United States of America and Canada. You can play the game on Windows operating systems and Android OS.

              Villagers & Heroes Gameplay

              There are four classes that you can pick on Villagers & Heroes. These are Warrior, Wizard, Hunter and Priest. Warriors are defensive melee units. They can hurt their enemies at close combat and they can boost the damage. Hunters can fight against their enemies from the distance and they can get invisible whenever they sense the threat. They use bows and arrows. They can also buff their allies on the game. Wizards can be Ice or Fire Wizard on the game. They can hit their enemies with meteors or freeze their enemies to slow them down. Priests are melee fighters and they are also support class of Villagers and Heroes. They can be quite dangerous at combat.

              Gameplay Video

              Android gameplay video of Villagers & Heroes:

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              Screenshots

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              Trailer

              Steam launch trailer of Villagers and Heroes

              2 Reviews

              1. Story

                3.5

                Gameplay

                5

                Support

                7.5

                Item Variety

                5

                Graphics

                3

                Community

                6.1

                This game has been described as sand box which is optimistic at best, And while there is a huge amount of content Villagers and heroes is extremely mono lineal. You can choose to craft or not, crafting and gathering are not required to progress in this game due to the huge amounts of drops. In fact with one toon I did not even begin to craft until combat lvl 70. another toon has got to lvl 90 purely using dropped equipment and begging crafted or gathered items. In fact people often give you stuff you need with out your asking or even knowing you are going to need it. This is because there often comes a time when you can not proceed along the story line unless you can gather craft/gather at certain levels or have other people do it for you. Up until about lvl 35 the story line progresses and keeps one entertained. Suddenly you are on your own to begin the grind. In this case thru Islands that grow wearisome quite quickly. I came very close to quiting at this point Then comes the same islands in shadow format, the means of getting to these shadow islands seems quaint at first but soon becomes very old and annoying. Most new players have dropped out by now. After the islands come a large set of Pyrus maps which end in killing the Lord Pyrus . I should point out that if you wish to proceed the various boss elders must be killed, but you can not do it, others must do it for you. You only need be close by.This means that finishing a particular set of quests at the relevant elder boss comes with no sense of achievement at all. The elder bosses continue and you can not progress the story with out them and as before you can not harm them your self. others must do it for you. People have proceeded with out the story line or bosses by doing special events and depending on monthly xp but this seems a very tedious way of playing to me. From about 75 you progress to the north and grind on and eventually pop out at lvl 90 to begin The blight Isles, but wait you probably cant. you must gather lvl 90 items and that is almost impossible unless you have spent hours of grinding your gather skills. Before you even start the Blight isles the grind starts all over again with collecting medallions to proceed to outer Islands. I am not sure if I will proceed from this point as Im falling asleep more than I am playing. If you are into a grindy non pvp game with a some what disjointed story line and like depending on other people to do all major events for you then this is the game for you. Being the person who does the killing for you is hardly rewarding either and even though the devs have gone to a lot of trouble to make the bosses unique it soon becomes little more than a favour to a lower player. I have killed many sets of elder bosses 5 or 10 times. The graphics are sufficient but hardly dazzling and a huge amount of game play and devs effort has gone into creating purely aesthetic items , mainly mounts pets etc. In my opinion the graphics just are not good enough to warrant this, yet still a lot of gamers make the effort to acquire these things. In the past there has been a lot of people willing to explain how things work, but lately the trend seems to be to tell people to read the wiki. sadly the wiki will become you most needed reference as many quests are difficult to follow with out it.Overall there are hours and hours of game play here. Do you need to spend money, well that is up to you, buying the 100% experience bonus is some thing I am personally dead against but I did buy a fast horse and extra storage and i think i have spent perhaps a little shyly considering the hours of game play, yet there is nothing in the store I want. The maps, these can be very frustrating with you player getting stuck over and over. /unstick becomes a regular type lol. The bounties, minor bosses will many times all of a sudden become invulnerable which can become very frustrating. It feels like the devs are stuck within the game engine and have little options in these regards. Overall a worth while game, it can be tedious and there will come a point were most players simply fade away leaving a core of maybe 50 players at very high levels who help new people can proceed and give help. these people make the game more than any thing else . try it enjoy it.

              2. Gameplay

                2.9

                It is abiut 500 MB for Android. After I installed this game to my Samsung Galaxy A8 device, thr game was quite slow and glitchy. I believe there are also bugs on the game. (May be I felt like that since it was too slow). The game also made my device too slow too. Uninstalled.

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