Hero Hunters for Android

Hero Hunters

Jan 31, 2018
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About this game

Developer: Hothead Games
Content Rating: Mature


Build a Powerful Hero Team! Play the #1 Team Based RPG Shooting Game! Join friends for incredible Hero battles. Over 40 Heroes to recruit and play with! Play the Campaign Mode and take on Kurtz’s Army, join friends in epic Co-op Missions, compete world-wide in Real-time Online PvP Battles, or participate in Daily Events, Gauntlet Mode and Boss Raids!

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Jason ParkerFeb 01, 2018
I love the idea of Hero Hunters a lot. It’s an incredibly cool idea on paper and even in execution. It’s such a difficult thing to do something new in the mobile world but they managed it handily. It’s a fun way to handle a shooter on mobile, and though my phone is not ideal for it (due to circumstances outside of my control) it was still pretty and responsive. The gameplay is smooth, the characters are all well-written, and play exceptionally. But it falls short in how it gates content.
Tre LawrenceFeb 07, 2018
My personal gripe is an admittedly nitpicky one; seriously, I get the buxom soldier trope, yes, but if there was ever a reason to use Kevlar to project gender equality, this could have been it. Seriously. Off my soapbox. It’s a seriously enjoyable game, and worth the time it takes to try it out.
Ric CowleyFeb 05, 2018
There's also plenty of gear to find and equip, new characters to unlock, and stats to sink your teeth into. Basically there's enough here keep you going for a very long time. Hero Hunters is, in short, a great game. It's fast-paced, tons of fun, and offers enough variety and depth that you won't get bored of it too quickly. Initial impressions might turn off some people, but stick with it past the opening five minutes and you're sure to be hooked.