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Would a hero like you assassinate the president? "Heroes Rise: HeroFall" concludes the epic "Heroes Rise" trilogy of interactive novels where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
Release Date: Jul 11, 2014
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Includes 9 items: Heroes Rise: The Prodigy, Heroes Rise: The Hero Project, Heroes Rise: The Hero Project - Warning System, Heroes Rise: The Hero Project - Perfect Legend Guide, Heroes Rise: The Prodigy - Perfect Legend Guide, Heroes Rise: HeroFall, Heroes Rise: HeroFall - Warning System, Heroes Rise: HeroFall - Perfect Legend Guide, Heroes Rise: HeroFall - Ad Space

About the Game

Would a hero like you assassinate the president of the United States to defend the right to be Powered?

As the corrupt President Victon launches his oppressive campaign of Powered Regulation, your Legendary heroic rise transforms into something much more: you must become a political icon fighting to restore Powered rights in America. This new battle takes a twisted turn when your once-greatest enemy, Prodigal, tells you President Victon’s darkest secret....

Now you are faced with the biggest choices of your career: Do you trust the word of your archenemy? Will you evade President Victon's gang of criminal bounty hunters? Can you save your family and complete your rise as a Legendary hero?

"Heroes Rise: HeroFall" completes the epic Heroes Rise trilogy by Zachary Sergi, featuring the smash hits "Heroes Rise: The Prodigy" and "Heroes Rise: The Hero Project," interactive novels where your choices control the story. The Heroes Rise trilogy is entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and driven by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

All of your decisions lead to this epic conclusion, where you must truly define what you believe is right and what you stand for as a hero—and what (or whom) you’re willing to sacrifice for those ideals. Play as male or female, gay or straight, and decide how your story will end. How many alternate endings can you unlock?

How High Will You Rise?


  • Over 118,000 words
  • Play as gay or straight, male or female
  • Five possible romance options
  • Save your parents from the Devoid prison for Powered criminals
  • Unleash your mysterious "Infini" powers

PC System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space

Mac System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.6
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space

Linux System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
32 of 41 people (78%) found this review helpful
63 products in account
2 reviews
3.3 hrs on record
This is definitely a fitting end to this fantastic trilogy. It's still tense as anything and some parts had me screaming internally because most of my decisions are me playing by luck and some of those choices were NOT FUN oh my lord. If you haven't had the absolute pleasure of reading HR: The Prodigy and HR: The Hero Project, the first two parts of this trilogy, then you are missing out on one Hell of a time. This is a choose-your-own-adventure on a whole 'nother level of 'OH MY GAW WHY DID I DO THAT' and crippling regret. Given all of them are really cheap too, it's entirely worth it - you get more than your money's worth, so long as you enjoy reading and also shaving twenty years off your life because this stress is just too damn much.

TL;DR: I will recommend this until the day I die, along with the two prior installments.
Posted: July 11th, 2014
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11 of 12 people (92%) found this review helpful
125 products in account
4 reviews
2.8 hrs on record
Great Books, Really worth the investment. A+++ Storyline. Better than some videogames and this has no pictures or sounds.
Posted: July 14th, 2014
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13 of 21 people (62%) found this review helpful
50 products in account
2 reviews
3.4 hrs on record
Great ending to one of the best Choice of Games series out there. The challenges you face in the game are fresh, unique, and creative. The choices you make, from the beginning of the first book to this last one all significantly affect the final outcome. It has some surprising twists and tense moments. Herofall also gives the whole trilogy huge replay value because of all of the possible endings.

My only complaint is that some of the relationship scenes seem forced, which is minimal compared to everything else Herofall does right. If you're a fan of Choice of Games, have played any of the previous games in the trilogy, or are just looking for a good eBook type game, definitely pick this up.
Posted: July 12th, 2014
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
12 products in account
1 review
4.4 hrs on record
I liked the character development throughout all three games and it's nice to see how much some of the characters matured in this game. The Heroes Rise trilogy is a must play if you enjoy reading or just want to immerse yourself in an awesome story.
Posted: July 15th, 2014
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
40 products in account
1 review
6.6 hrs on record
It is best to think of these as novels rather than games. More specifically they are in the vein of the Chose your own Adventure books I adored so much as a kid. And like them the first in this series(Heroes Rise: Prodigy) has a bit of railroading going on. You might just want to scream at the main character.

That said I enjoyed this third installment much better than the first one in the series. Since it is the end of the main character's story the choices have been opened up a great deal and you really get to feel as if you are shaping the world you are in. In addition at first glance it appears there are many carryovers from your choices in the first two of the series, thus lending more weight to those decisions that may have felt pointless at the time. I am not sure how much that actually effects though since I only went through all three games once.

That said while I am divided on whether I would recomend the first installment, and while I am kinda meh on the Hero Project, this third installment I can say is truely an epic end. It is nice to see something end strongly for a change. All to often the last installment, or chapter of a story feels like a let down. It is rather hard to end something well. And for all the faults some find with Heroes Rise's start, it ends in HeroFall on a very solid note.
Posted: July 13th, 2014
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