Hero of the Kingdom II

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!

If you enjoy an immersive experience and don't require bells and whistles like cut scenes, this is a must. 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. I was so drawn into this game. 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. Can't wait for the 3rd edition. I look forward to the next release of this game! Everyone has different opinions on what game they like to play, but Hero of the Kingdom series are my favorites. The Hero's series is the best. At least "strategy" is a closer match than "time management". In that respect it's just like City of Fools though it doesn't look like it at first glance! Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Loved it! The story is cute and engaging.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Aqutalion from Yay! Submit Thank you for writing a review! 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. As you might expect, there's a lot of back-and-forth between locations, but there's a map that can transport you. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rewritten from Wow!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Wrenchbendr from I wish there were more unique games like this Very different. I'm an animator and illustrator freelancing for the gaming, film, and TV industries and it's hard to impress me. 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'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. This is incredibly well done. I love how much there is to do! Once I started I couldn't stop. 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. It's big, makes relative sense, and with the hints, can be as easy or hard as you like. I will probably play it again, after i finish the first one.

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My most sincere congratulations to the developers. The Hero of the Kingdom II was entertaining and it held the game together. And don't forget to sleep! 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. 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. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's Kongdom the Solitaire Game: Christmas for it. Sick of the normal type of games made over and over again? Basically, you and your sister have been adopted by a kindly old gentlemen Arabica a fishing village Kintdom a devastating earthquake has Hero of the Kingdom II your home and kinsman. Planet Horse love these games. Paris Mahjong barely remember the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but I remembered I liked it very much. Don't forget about tje zombies! Date published: I am an avid gamer and pretty Kihgdom to impress with such simple graphics and premise, but was pleasantly surprised. By the end of the game you look back and realize how simple it was.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rewritten from Wow!! It has an atmosphere all of its own that you quickly become absorbed in. 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. The gameplay is what makes this game stand out. 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. Graphics aren't wonderful, although once you start playing it really doesn't matter. I didn't play the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but apparently this one picks up where the first one left off. It's really nice to find a game that isn't just a new storyline attached to the same old game play. I hope they make a lot more in this style because I can't enough,. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by purpleporpoise from OMG! 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. This is refreshing and different.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Loved it! Truly recommended. If you liked the first one, you will like this one more. You and your sister are thr and secure in your new home. It is about questing and collecting, some of my favorite things in RPG type games. Some Vagrant Hearts that the items collected were too small but I was able to get achievements without only a little bit of extra time finding that last mushroom or other item.


I'm an animator and illustrator freelancing for the gaming, film, and TV industries and it's hard to impress me. The Hero of the Kingdom II was entertaining and it held the game together. Submit Thank you for writing a post! 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. You never know where you're going to find a treasure and this game certainly is one! Highly recommended! First of all, let me say that this is a pure strategy game with elements of adventure and an expansive world. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rewritten from Wow!! I enjoyed the second so much, I went back and purchased the 1st which I had played while on the unlimited game pass , and replayed, and after 2 years, it almost felt like a new game. I barely remember the first Hero of the Kingdom game, but I remembered I liked it very much. I enjoyed Hero of the kingdom II even more than the first. By the end of the game you look back and realize how simple it was.

10 thoughts on “Hero of the Kingdom II

  1. Wonderful locations. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by purpleporpoise from OMG! 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.

  2. Like I said, there's no timer, so just take your time and search every little nook-and-cranny! It is reminiscent of the old adventure games without the stress of dying all the time. According to the blank places on the map, I haven't reached halfway yet.

  3. It can be challenging to remember where everything is but definitely doable. I'd usually be wishing for timed "missions" to complete but this just isn't that sort of game - and it's all the better for it. 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.

  4. It is soooo wonderful to play something that isn't the same old HO or TM. And zombies! Wish there were more games like these!

  5. Some have multiple ways to complete them, too. 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. I read a lot of reviews where people got stuck and deleted the game after the demo.

  6. It's all about connecting the dots, problem solving and memory. I want more games like this. It can be challenging to remember where everything is but definitely doable.

  7. 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. The Hero of the Kingdom II was entertaining and it held the game together. According to the blank places on the map, I haven't reached halfway yet.

  8. It also has a feel of Adelentado about it, in its originality and beautifully created 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. Yay, a sequel!

  9. A funny challenge. As you might expect, there's a lot of back-and-forth between locations, but there's a map that can transport you. 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jhamindybean from Finally something different! But once again, BFG has miscategorised it.

  10. I read a lot of reviews where people got stuck and deleted the game after the demo. Great games, all three! There's always plenty to do in this game.

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