Half Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy
Das Ende der Welt ist nah – es sei denn, Ihnen reichen 30 Sekunden, sie zu retten!
Nutzerreviews: Sehr positiv (1,082 Reviews) - 88% der 1,082 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 27. Sep. 2012

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“...never stops being funny.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“...a fantastic and unique game worth experiencing.”

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You can get this game free by buying the sequel!!


Buy HMH2 and you will receive:

  • A free copy of the first game: Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy!
  • The complete soundtrack for Half-Minute Hero: The Second Coming!

You will not receive extra copy of HMH:SMNCUB if you already have it in your Steam library

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Über dieses Spiel

Das Ende der Welt ist nah – es sei denn, Ihnen reichen 30 Sekunden, sie zu retten!

(30 ... 29 ... 28 ...) Zuerst beginnt die Mission und jemand braucht Hilfe, dann kämpfen Sie sich durch finstere Dungeons, füllen Ihre Börse, legen sich eine bessere Ausrüstung zu und steigen auf – Sie steigen so lange auf, bis Sie besser sind als das Böse. Und dann ... besiegeln Sie ein für alle Mal das Schicksal des Endgegners!

(30 ... 29 ... 28 ...) Das hoch gelobte und hyperschallschnelle Action-RPG gibt es jetzt auch zum allerersten Mal für den PC – getuned, poliert und aufgebohrt ganz klar die ultimative Version! Dieser „Half-Minute Hero“ ist der bisher vollständigste: Die Version enthält sämtliche Inhalte und Features (21 ... 20 ... 19 ...) der Versionen für Handheld und Konsole. „Hero 300“, das spannende 300-Sekunden-Endgame der Xbox-Version, (11 ... 10 ... 9 ...) ist genauso mit dabei wie die aufregenden und in vollem Glanz erstrahlenden Bonusmodi „Knight 30“, „Hero 30“ und „Evil Lord 30“ ...

(30 ... 29 ... 28 ...) Auf ein Neues: Ein Spiel – mehr als 60 RPGs! Und jedes ist vollständig in Steamworks integriert und hat seine eigene Bestenliste, mit deren Hilfe Sie sich mit Ihren Freunden messen können. Wer aus Nostalgiegründen einen kleinen Sprung in die Vergangenheit wagen möchte, kann auf 8-Bit-Retrografik umschalten. (19 ... 18 ... 17 ...). 30 Sekunden – mehr Zeit lassen sie dir pro Mission nicht. (9 ... 8 ... 7 ...) Und das Unglaubliche ist: Dieses Spielprinzip macht süchtig! Wen wundert's da noch, dass „Half-Minute Hero“ eine Metacritic-Bewertung von 84 % erhalten hat!

Sämtliche Features. Sämtliche Spielmodi. Lasset die 30-Sekunden-Spiele beginnen!


    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP Service Pack 3
    • Prozessor: Pentium 4 3,2 GHz oder vergleichbar
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Festplatte: 2 GB (beinhaltet Direct X)
    • Grafikkarte: GeForce FX 5700 oder vergleichbar Karte mit 256 MB VRAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9 kompatible Soundkarte
    • Zusätzliche Informationen: Gamepad oder Controller empfohlen
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10 von 12 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
15.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. November 2015
A fun little game that's easy to pick-up and play. I'm not usually a big fan of timed games, but thankfully Half Minute Hero's gimmick is easy to work around and looping time to do everything you want to isn't very difficult. Not needing to stress about time limits is a good thing.

Every stage boils down to you leveling-up, finding secrets, buying items and killing stuff in relatively densely packed levels with little fat. The game auto-attacks and the only real actions you have in your arsenal are using items and dashing. The simplicity of it works really well and despite most levels playing very similar to one another, there's enough variations to keep things fresh. There are multiple branching paths you unlock by beating levels through different means and every level has a couple of unique titles you can earn by meeting various conditions. There's just enough to each level to warrant a replay if you're interested.

HMH also has a surprising amount of content. There's 50+stages in the main game and after beating it, different game modes unlock that are essentially mini tower defense, RTS, and shump campaigns. These modes are very basic and honestly not that great, but they're fun enough and have the same light-hearted tone as the main game. Princess 30 is probably the best of the bunch since the fast-paced shooting stages are the closest of the extra modes to the pace of the main game. One important thing to know, you need to set the game to retro graphics mode to play these in their full campaign, otherwise they're just one-off stages in the vein of the main game. There's nothing suggesting this in-game so if you're playing with the updated graphic option, you'll miss out of the full version of the modes.

As for the bad stuff, the port has some problems, like one of the stages in the main game crashing consistently if you're not playing in retro graphic mode. So if Quest 26 keeps crashing on you, that's the problem. Resolution options are limited to 1280x720 windowed or a stretched fullscreen.

The other main issue with the game is the equipment UI is ♥♥♥♥♥♥. Having to scroll horizontally though a bunch of icons when equipping stuff is really annoying and since you're limited to replaying levels only with the equipment you had up to that point, the terrible UI is something you'll have to deal with a decent bit. The pixel graphics also look quite bad when they're blown up and used as "speaking" models. They just take up too much screen real estate in relation to their size and look like a jumbled mess

In short, a fun, casual game that's easy to play. It's also now packaged with the sequel game for the same price as the original by itself, so make sure to buy the right version so you get both games.
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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Oktober 2015
30 seconds to save the world? No problem.

This game is great and should be experienced by anyone who wants the feel of an rpg adventure condensed into 30 second long battles. You will level, gain party members, visit towns, gain equipment etc.. The usual rpg mechanics with a twist of 30 seconds to accomplish this task. If you need more time, you just need to pay the time goddess to reset time back to 30 and defeat the evil lords.

This game is still a gem on the psp and is just as great on the big screen. I can almost guarantee that you will not be dissapointed playing this game.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Oktober 2015
This game is actually quite decent; while a time-based RPG game, it's also very simple to understand. In the game, the whole world is in peril, and you have 30 seconds (a half-minute) to save the world! But thing is, if you can't save the world on time, you can use some gold, at a statue for an offering, in order to REWIND time! (At a portion, at least.)
While $9.99 is a fair deal, it's still a bit pricy. For a cheap game, it's still worth trying out. It's cute, silly-looking, and also creatively well done! Definitely a unique take, on the RPG genre.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. September 2015
A game with great charm and a humorous parody poking lighthearted fun at more serious RPGs.

The best thing about Half Minute Hero is the fast paced game play. Take any RPG and shorten it to 30 second quests and you get the idea! It is a novel idea and explored very well.

The soundtrack and pixel graphics are top notch and fit the theme of this game nicely.

There is a revamped new look in this version of Half Minute Hero which attempts to bring new life to the game, but it fails to accomplish this as it just simply looks awful and I switched back to pixel graphics which are far superior.

To vary it up a bit, there are various different game modes that invoke various playstyles (on rails shooter, defending etc..) which are all fun but are short and none quite match up to the greatness of the main game mode.

The story is not serious at all and is often predictable, cliche and humourous, which is what you expect to a parody of RPGs!

It is the most complete collection of Half Minute Hero - I have played the PSP version before - and this steam version has all the content from this version and then some!
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
18.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Januar
*A Half Minute Hero Review in 30 seconds
(Warning: bit of spoilers amd probably bad grammar)
(30..29..28) This game is both a great time, and total hell. I played on the 8-bit graphics and beat every mode. (Execpt hero 3 but i'll get more into that Later.) This game starts off like of other RPG games. You name your hero and get tossed into a world with monsters roaming around the plains and forest. (18..17..16..) After a quick tutorial you meet the Time Goddess and are on a quest to save the world in, you guessed it, 30 seconds. Never fear because once time gets low you can run into a town and pray to a statue for more time.... for a price. (9..8..7..) What if you get bored you ask? Well there are other story lines that play differently. A Beautiful Evil Lord and a blood thristy Princess. Plus there other unlockable storys. (3..2..1..) Uh, honey I doomed the world again!

Just because i didn't say anything about it doesn't mean it's not true, the soundtrack for this game is amazing! It really makes your feel like "Hey. I'm a hero!"
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