Du hast mit deinem Vater ein ruhiges Leben auf dem gemeinsamen Hof geführt. Diese Zeiten sind vorbei. Flammen haben dein Heim in Asche verwandelt. Dein Vater wird vermisst. Dunkelheit hat sich über das Land gelegt und du du trittst eine gefährliche Reise an. Sie wird zum größten Abenteuer deines Lebens werden.
Nutzerreviews: Sehr positiv (814 Reviews)
Veröffentlichung: 20. Dez. 2012

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20. Februar

Hero of the Kingdom II is released!

The long awaited sequel is now available on Steam. Check the store page.

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18. Februar

Trading Cards released!

While the sequel is at the door we are releasing much desired Steam Trading cards. A badge, five trading cards, three profile backgrounds and five emoticons are available now.

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“There’s a plenty of complexity within this game, so boredom should be out of the question.”
4/5 – http://hero-of-the-kingdom.software.informer.com/

Über dieses Spiel

Begib dich auf eine gefahrvolle Reise, um deinen Vater und das Königreich zu retten.

Du hast mit deinem Vater ein ruhiges Leben auf dem kleinen gemeinsamen Hof geführt. Doch eines sonnigen Tages hat sich euer Leben völlig verändert. Hinterhältige Banditen haben euer Haus überfallen und niedergebrannt. Dein Vater wird vermisst. Dunkelheit hat sich über das Land gelegt und du du trittst eine gefährliche Reise an unbekannte Orte an. Du musst deine Ängste besiegen und deinen Vater finden. Du zögerst nicht, dich auf den Weg zu machen. Er wird zum größten Abenteuer deines Lebens werden.

  • Erforsche ein riesiges, wunderschönes Land.
  • Triff Dutzende von Charakteren und erfülle viele abwechslungsreiche Aufgaben.
  • Sammle Kräuter, jage Wild und gehe fischen.
  • Finde hunderte weit verstreute und versteckte Gegenstände.
  • Sammle bis zu 38 Errungenschaften.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 1.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 MB, feature level DirectX 8.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 120 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Mouse or touch control
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. November 2014
Nette Story. Schöne Quests. Leider nichts wo man wirklich nachdenken muss. "Erinnert einwenig an ein Wimmelbildspiel"

ps.: Nein ist kein Strategiespiel. ^^ Ist nen lineares Click&Point-Spiel bzw. sieht es einwenig so aus.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Januar
Hero of the Kingdom ist ein Wimmelbild-Spiel mit einigen RPG- und Abenteuerspiel-Elementen. Man klickt sich von Gebiet zu Gebiet und sammelt dabei verschiedene Dinge die teils offensichtlich und teils versteckt herumliegen. Gespräche erfolgen durch Textboxen die man der Reihe nach durchklicken darf. Antwortoptionen hat man keine, sodass jedes Gespräch einen festen Verlauf hat und auch die Story ist sehr stringent gehalten ist. Diese ist im übrigen auch nur 0815. Ebenso der Sound der lediglich zweckmäßig ist. Er passt zur entsprechenden Situation bzw. zum entsprechenden Gebiet ist aber sehr simpel gehalten. Die Grafik ist auch sehr schlicht, fand ich aber vollkommen ausreichend, da es meiner Meinung nach eben in erster Linie ein Wimmelbild-Spiel ist. Die Achivements gehen recht schnell und motivieren zum weiterspielen, auch wenn ich mir noch ein paar kniffligere gewünscht hätte (z.B. mit besser versteckten Objekten). Nach nicht einmal 4 Stunden war ich dadurch leider schon fertig. Für 2 entspannte Abende hat es aber zumindest gereicht und mir irgendwie auch Spaß gemacht.
Wer auf freie Charakterentwicklung, ein mindestmaß an Aktion oder eine Interessante Story Wert legt sollte auf jeden Fall die Finger von diesem Spiel lassen. Wer nur ein Spiel für zwischendurch sucht oder eines, das auch nebenbei gespielt werden kann, kann aber ruhig zugreifen. Auch Wimmelbild-Fans sollten es mal antesten, insbesondere da es eine Demo-Version hier auf Steam gibt. Mit dem Kauf aber am besten auf einen Sale warten da der aktuelle Preis von 7 € absolut überzogen ist.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Februar
Nettes kleines, aber doch recht hirnloses Gelegenheitsspiel. Im Grunde kann man nix falsch machen, einfach nur klicken und alles wird gut. Dafür was es ist, ist es gar nicht so schlecht, doch leider gibt es einen Knackpunkt:
Das Spiel hat keinerlei Wiederspielwert. Wenn du es einmal geschafft hast, hast du alles gesehen und es besteht kein Grund mehr es je wieder zu spielen. Daher kann ich wahrlich keine Empfehlung aussprechen.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Oktober 2014
Ein wirklich schönes Abenteuerspiel.

Man klickt nach und nach Aufgaben ab, wird an der Hand geführt, kann aber auch viel selbst versuchen.

Eine schöne vorgerenderte Landschaft, schöne Story, angenehme Musik. Alles sehr entspannend.

Schönes Spiel für zwischendurch mit sehr sehr sehr leichten Errungenschaften ;)
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Januar
Eine gut gemachte Kombination aus Wimmelbild und RPG. Das Spiel ist kurzweilig, die Archievements sind überraschend schnell zu erreichen (was sehr zum Weitermachen motiviert) und in 4 bis 5 Stunden ist der ganze Spass bequem zu bewältigen (wenn man den 100%-Run haben will).

Zwar hätte ich mir einerseits gewünscht, dass das Game etwas länger gegangen wäre, andererseits hat die Kürze auch einen Vorteil, denn wer kennt das nicht... man investiert viele Stunden in ein wirklich gutes Spiel und stellt irgendwann fest, dass man eigentlich nicht mehr weitermachen will, weil man keinen Bock mehr auf die 150ste "Hole Dies oder töte Jenen"-Quests hat.

Absoluter Pluspunkt sind auch die wirklich gut gemachten Übersetzungen - was bei einem derart kleinen Game nicht unbedingt üblich ist.

Der Preis scheint mit 7 Euro zwar auf den ersten Blick etwas hoch, aber immerhin gibts 6 Sprachen und die Entwickler stecken die Erlöse offenbar in die Entwicklung eines zweiten Teiles (siehe Greenlight).
Wem das Spiel trotzdem zu teuer ist, der warte auf eine der Steamaktionen - das Game wird dann meist für 1,74 Euro (75% Nachlass) vertrieben.

Fazit: Schöne kleine Abwechslung, die absolut zu empfehlen ist oder anders gesagt: definitive Kaufempfehlung !!!
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2014
Das Spiel ist ne Mischung aus Point and Click, Abenteuer, RPG und Wimmelbild, ja es hört sich komisch an, funktioniert aber sehr gut. Das Spiel ist sehr kurz und ja es ist auch nicht fordernd und sonst ist die Grafik und Technik auch nicht so toll, die Story nur da, damit man einen Sinn hat, weshalb man spielt und die Welt ist nicht so groß. Hört sich schon ziemlich schlecht an, ist es aber nicht. Denn auch wenn viele Dinge nicht perfekt sind, vermittelt das Spiel immer noch eine gute Atmo und einen fesselnden Spieldrang, das Spiel hat einfach seinen eigenen Geist und das macht auch Spaß für zwischendurch
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2014
Kleines Meisterwerk für sich. Sehr Interessantes Gameplay. Bugfrei. 100 % Archivment relativ einfach zu erreichen, wenn man ein wenig in der Welt rumschaut. Nur im Early sollte man sein Gold nicht umbedingt rauschmeißen. Habs im Sale gekauft für 1,74€ und hat mich 4,9 Stunden bei Laune gehalten. War eine sehr erfrischende Abwechlung. Bewertung leider nur 10/10 weil ich hab nirgendwo Titten gesehen. :)
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Januar
Überraschend schönes Spiel. Die Mischung von Aufträgen, Suchobjekten und Handel fand ich sehr gelungen. Die Bilder sind detailiert und winzig schön, was das Suchen nicht zu einfach werden lässt. Etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig ist der Monolog der wie ein Grundschulaufsatz klingt... Toll fand ich, dass man trotz Ende noch weiterspielen konnte bis man auch wirklich alle Errrungenschaften erreicht hatte und somit auch den 300. Pilz findet.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
11.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Oktober 2014
Ein sehr gelungenes Spiel, mit einer interessanten Story, die einen am Weiterspielen hält.

Pro:

+ mit Strategie, wirtschaftlich Denken
+ sehr gelungene und einfach zu verstehende Story
+ viele Nebenquests und Achievments
+ einfache Klick-Steuerung nur per Maus
+ viele versteckte Objekte

Kontra:

- sehr minimalitische Spielelemente, die sich oft wiederholen (eigentlich ganz positiv, aber nicht für Jedermann)
- keine Entscheidungsfreiheit

Ein sehr gelungenes Spiel, das auch einen Shooter und Action RPG Spieler, wie mich, am Spielen halten konnte. Absolute Kaufempfehlung.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. November 2014
Nettes Spiel für nebenher!

Viel geklicke und herumgespringe auf der Karte aber zu empfehlen!
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79 von 88 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Oktober 2014
I'm so glad I played this. After becoming a CSGO/DotA Addict, THIS GAME re-kindled my love/passions for gaming..

+ Amazing Story
+ Amazing Soundtrack
+ Non-Linear gameplay
+ It's not frustating, not extremely challenging
+ Relaxing, Casual, Fun
+ It's everything I want in a game. A game should be fun to play, something which you look forward to, which excites you even after a dull and tiring day.

- It's a little slow sometimes.

Rating: 9/10

If you're in my friends list and can't afford this game, i'll give you some bucks to buy this. BUT please do buy this game.
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25 von 30 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Oktober 2014
There's full of positive reviews about Hero of the Kindom and mine won't be different..

Personal Rating: Fun and relaxing, i enjoyed it so much.
Classic Rating: ★★★★☆

This short game is like a point&click adventure with hidden objects: its simplicity, clever logic, beautiful setting and storyline really impressed me. I can't find anything bad about it, it's very rewarding for the loot you can find and achievemens are not too hard to get, even if i finished the game before getting them all - but i really do not mind it.

I bought this one on a bundle but i would recommend you to buy it even at full price, because it's really worth the money.
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16 von 17 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Oktober 2014
Although it took me just 3 hours to 100% this game I enjoyed every minute out of it. It's a nice mix of hidden object game and adventure with a lot of trade and involved.

It doesn't give any replay value though, so one shouldn't expect to get more than 4 hours out of the game. The difficulty is low at best.

If you can get it cheap and you like adventures or hogs, then grab it. You will enjoy your time. Otherwise stay away.

This game won't thrill you, but it manages to be both relaxing and yet always keep you entertained while you search for stuff hidden on the maps or think of strategies to get the items you need for your quest.

a very well meant 6/10, I want to give so much more, but it's just not enough content and replay value. The game is great at what it is, nothing more.
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13 von 13 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. März
Options include separate sliders for sounds, 10 languages to choose from, Full-screen or Windowed, and whether or not to use profiles (that's a new one to me!)

Right away you'll see that you can access the main menu via the top right corner of the screen. As you progress you'll end up with something in each corner, as follows:

Hints - Bottom right corner
Insta-travel Map - top left
Inventory and health - bottom left

What I really can't figure out is what kind of game this is. I can't pigeonhole it in a single genre. It has RPG elements, in that your character learns new skills and abilities as you progress; there are useful items scattered about on every screen, which is reminiscent of a hidden object game; and it's an adventure with strategy elements... What it's NOT is a click-fest. There's no chaining, and no rush.

As I mentioned above, some items just need to be clicked on, hidden object-style, something I didn't realized until about eight screens into the game. "I need (x-item), why can't I find someone to buy them from??" The answer is that you need to gather them yourself. New abilities will allow you to find new items in your environment, so you'll want to revisit scenes often, and be sure to click on anything that looks unusual!

We lose energy (health) when we do tasks, and this energy can be restored by staying at one of the available camps. At each camp you'll eat a different type of food before you go to sleep, and this means a varying amount of health restored. At one point I had over 30 health, so I don't there's a cap on how much health you can have.

Don't be thrown off by how easy everything is early on. The game is pretty isometric when it first begins, but once you've explored a few screens, you start to have some freedom to choose your own tasks. Will you just chase the main storyline, or will you explore every nook and cranny and do all of the side-quests? Will you try to get all 38 achievements, or only do what's necessary? The choice is yours! Once you finish the game, you CAN go back in to try and get those awards, which is really nice.

Hero of the Kingdom which took me about 8 hours to finish with all of the achievements, and I absolutely enjoyed my time in the game. Recommended!
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2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. November 2014
At first glance your average gamer might dismiss Hero of the Kingdom as an oddity, a curious game with minimal feedback and graphics and could be considered a time-filler, a placeholder title to play in between longer and more involved gaming sessions. To do so would be a disservice to the gamer and to Hero of the Kingdom, as there is a lot more under the surface than what first appears, and through the course of a short story, you will become, the Hero of the Kingdom.

If you enjoy your gaming more casual, and less intense, Hero of the Kingdom definitely has a lot to offer. The game interface is simple and intuitive, and yet it is also never obtrusive. All gameplay is directed by mouse clicks. The action takes place on simple overhead maps, and your mouse clicks naturally will flow as the story and the gameplay layers on.

The complexity of Hero of the Kingdom comes in its economy and the use of selling items of value or to trade for items of usefullness. Should your character require to pass a bridge that is broken, they may need to sell unrequired items to obtain the help, rope and other necessities to move further on. You will gain skills such as fishing and hunting, with simple mouse clicks taking all guess work out of the equation. You either have the equipment to do the task, or you don't. There really is no challenge here.

This laid back notion is continued with the minimal music and sound effects. Both are equally pleasing, but ultimately forgettable. There is nothing about the game, from the gameplay, to the audio, that really stands out. It is all as inoffensive and flavorless as can be possible.

In many ways, Hero of the Kingdom feels like a slightly improved Facebook game, without the social interaction. Certainly the gameplay harkens back to that mindset, and without any kind of graphical flourish, could easily be mistaken as one. Where it succeeds is that it layers on additional systems through hunting, fishing and flower collecting, while telling a simple story about a long forgotten evil that is uniting various minion cliches in order to hunt down the good people of the kingdom.

Hero of the Kingdom is a fun diversion that requires so little of your attention and so little of the gamer that one could forget that they were actually playing a game here and not an interactive click-a-thon. There is enough gameplay here to recommend to the casual gamer but only to this subset of gamer might there be some enjoyment found.

Hero of the Kingdom is by no means a bad game, in fact, I rather enjoyed my short four hour journey. But there are a great many alternatives for your gaming dollar that demand more from the gamer, and the gamer should demand more from the creator. Hero of the Kingdom wouldn't be out of place being hosted for free on some website, perhaps with a banner ad - there just isn't enough gameplay to fully justify a purchase.

5/10.
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13 von 15 Personen (87%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
26.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Oktober 2014
For a mere 10 cents I spent on this game (from Indie Royale bundle), it's a neat one.

Game's incredibly simple, a point and click with RPG and hidden object element. You won't be hard pressed by timer to complete quest, can be done at your pace. There's a grinding involved to get gold, and admittedly it's a bit boring to do quest repeatedly but I think it's a minor problem in a bigger picture. Basically it's just collecting resources like meat, flavor, fish, gold etc and turn them in for rewards and next objectives. You'll also be looking for some items in your screen and click on it to get the items (hidden object element). Overall mix, it's pretty fun.

Story is so so, a boy that is gonna save the country from Evil invasion. I breezed though the dialogues anyway... moreso, The Ending is a mere 'horrayyyy for the hero' and just like that.

Replayability... none. Beat it once and ain't gonna look back.

To complete the game it won't take long, three or four hours you can do that. Maybe six or a bit more to fully complete achievements - I can't be bothered to do that though.

Overall, for a bundle game, this one has a good value. Recommended 7.5/10.
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10 von 11 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Oktober 2014
If you know what you are getting into with this game, I think it hits all the right notes. It's basically a point and click adventure game, but instead of puzzles, you have resource management. You find/collect various resources in the world and use them to create/craft/barter for other items that may not be as easy to come by. As the story progresses (a simple story, old as time, but it moves things along), you open up new areas of the map in which to hunt, forage, and take on side quests for various NPCs.

All of the backgrounds are static, with icons representing the types of activities available - picking flowers, hunting bear, fishing, and combat animations are little more than a few 2D sprites wobbling back and forth. But that doesn't detract from the enjoyment. There is just enough of a "new stuff to get/see" drip, and the pacing is done well enough, that it never gets boring. You may find a vendor selling things you don't know what to do with yet, but it won't take long until you figure it out, or the story progresses to the point where it makes sense. There is a bit of a grind at the end of the game if you want all the achievements, but it's not a big deal.

The major story beats are advanced by having the right amount of particular resources - soldiers, healing potions, a weapon of some sort - to take on the battle or quest in front of you. Sometimes, finding the right resources is a little troubling because the map doesn't identify where anything particular is; however, the loads are fast enough, and you backtrack enough that you get used to where the crucial stuff is anyway.

It has a demo, so I'd check that out. It hooked me and I ended up getting all 38 achievements (most of which can easily be done by playing through it).
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9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. November 2014
I got this game in a bundle and originally had it in my trades list, however, I decided to give it a try because I needed a mindless, time-filler in between games. I was pleasantly surprised by Hero of the Kingdom, and was happy to have given it a chance.

If you like super casual, short, adventure games that are less action-oriented (the game's main mechanic is item/resource management), then you will enjoy this game. It is easily beatable in less than 2 hours, and within 4 hours I had farmed all of the achievements.

The aesthetics are nice - the backgrounds are well-done and the menus/feedback are non-intrusive. The music and sounds are good, adding an appropriate feel to the atmosphere. The story and pacing of the game allow for a very mindless, non-taxing gameplay experience. After playing through a lot of time-intensive, mind-numbing games, having casual alternatives like Hero o the Kingdom is always appreciated.

The controls are extremely simple, as everything is done through mouse clicks. The tutorial is quick and painless, and the learning curve is mostly minimal - the most difficult element being proper item/resource management. It is pretty challenging to actually "fail" in the game, as there are always options for you to acquire more resources, even if you find yourself suddenly depleted of everything.

Gameplay is mostly linear and follows a straightforward formula - in order for you to progress to area X, you need items Y and Z. Item Y can be obtained by either buying it directly with gold, or by harvesting and crafting components A and C, Item Z is a side-quest reward. Variations of this formula occur, but the general concept is to have the appropriate items for each mission. Any form of resource harvesting (ex: farming, hunting) requires health points (and usually some other item(s)), and you are able to accumulate an infinite amount of HP if you keep resting.

For achievement hunters, this game is pretty easy to achieve 100%, however, a large amount of time will be spent finding small objects (mushrooms, crates, etc) on the screen. I had to do this in bursts, as my eyes and brain would get tired of searching through each level.

If you want a casual, non-demanding break from your typical games, then definitely give Hero of the Kingdom a try. I've played web-based games on sites like Newgrounds and Kongregate since I was a child, and this game has similar appeal as the quality titles you can find on there.

I normally try not to mention game price in my reviews, however, I would recommend most people to wait for this one to go on sale, or at least be bundled (as it happens often).

Recommend!

Cheers,
DJSF @DJSF's Rogue Reviews
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9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Oktober 2014
Hero of the Kingdom is a neat little Point and Click game that combines the classic Hidden Object genre with some light RPG elements, quests and resource management. The game was developed by Lonely Troops, a Slovakian Indie studio consisting of 2 brothers.

STORY
Without going too much into detail, the story is pretty generic weak-boy-saves-the-world material. Bandits burn down your house and kidnap your father, so you set out on a quest to rescue him, find out what the bandits' motives are and put an end to all evil to make the kingdom a peaceful and safe place again. Add magic, ghosts, talking frogs, goblins and lizardmen to that and, well, there you go. Nothing spectacular or innovative there, but gameflow-wise it keeps the boat afloat, so that's at least something.

VISUALS
Graphically, the game may as well be from the 1990's era of simulation games such as Anno 1602 or Age of Empires, which isn't a bad thing at all. The enviroments have loads of details that you often only see at a second glance and it's quite cool to discover new things in areas that you have already visited many times. However, do note that the enviroments are absolutely static - they are basically drawings with quest/action markers on top of them, so you won't see cows eating grass, fishes swimming around or anything like that. The best you get is some minor animation effects for water and smoke, but that's about it. If anything changes in the enviroment like, say, a NPC is moving from A to B, he slowly fades out on A and then slowly fades in on B, so there aren't any actual animations for anything. While that's no deal-breaker for me personally, it surely would've been awesome if the game felt a bit more alive and actually more like a sim rather than a P'n'C game with rendered backgrounds.

GAMEPLAY
The game is basically a Hidden Object game where you can freely move around between the various locations to explore them and hunt, collect and harvest goods that you'll eventually need for quests, trades or tasks. All items that you gather will be put into your inventory and you decide whether you want to sell them for gold or trade them for other items that you might need for a certain quest.

All interactions such as hunting, fishing, harvesting or fighting cost resources in the form of knifes, arrows, bowls, fishing rods, swords, shields etc. and if you have a bow but no arrows, you can't go hunting. While the various tasks require various resources, all tasks require a certain amount of health points (similar to Action Points in turn-based games). They basically represent your stamina and if you have depleted your health, you can't finish any tasks until you replenish it again. This is easily done by taking a nap in a tent, camp or inn. The different resting places require different resources: while you need fruits or meat to sleep in a tent or a camp, you need hard gold to sleep in an inn. In return, you get rewarded with the most health points out of the 3 resting places because it's more restorative to sleep in an actual bed rather than in a tent, obviously.

Generally, managing your resources is an important part of the game as you need to think ahead and estimate whether you might need certain items later down the road. If you sell everything right away, you most definitely will have to re-purchase the items in order to complete tasks or quest. On the other hand, if you keep absolutely everything in your inventory, you might not be able to purchase required items that are only sold for gold - simply because you didn't earn any gold by selling stuff you do not need.

Other than that, it's basically back and forth tracking between the different locations to look out for new or updated quests and new activities, which often only spawn after certain quests are completed.

PLAYTIME & REPLAYABILITY
Beating the story took me roughly 5 hours, however, the largest chunk of playtime is dedicated to finding the large amount of hidden objects/resources and doing various tasks to gain even more resources. The actual story itself makes only a small piece of the pie.

For me personally, the game has only very little replayability. Once you've beaten it, you've beaten it. There's no real point or incentive to come back to it again, especially since it's easily doable to get 100% of the achiements in a single playthrough if you just take your time and don't rush from quest to quest.

CONCLUSION
Hero of the Kingdom isn't flawless, but the visual appeal, the relaxing atmosphere and the simple yet interesting gameplay makes this a decent game for a casual evening when you're not in the mood to shoot and kill things on the screen.
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8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Oktober 2014
Not the most complex game out there, a simple hidden object game with light adventure game elements. About four or five hours long, perfect for a rainy day or something to keep the kids occupied with for an afternoon.
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