OrangePixel has decided to put up six of their game on sale for the entire week in a sale called “For The Love of Games”, since this is Valentine’s Day week. For those of you not familiar with OrangePixel, this company puts out some great retro arcade/dungeon crawler type of games, depending on the franchise you’re looking at getting.
Tag: Heroes of Loot
Picture it. You have finished eating with your entire family. Your mother has already griped about how you could live your life better, your great aunt Hilda has mentioned that you look like you’ve lost some weight and maybe your kids have driven you nuts during the entire dinner. You are full and want time alone to just relax. How do you do that? By enjoying some you time, yes, some game play.
Released by Orangepixel today, Heroes of Loot 2 is their newest game to be released on the Android platform. In this game, players will be tasked with finding the lair of King Loot. The problem is, there are dozens of dungeons in the way, that need traversing, and can’t be completed without meeting some criteria. They range from finding a key, to lighting all the magic candles, or opening a gate.
In this inaugural edition of my new Review Bites feature we’ll set the ground rules and get rolling with a load of mini reviews (complete with gameplay videos) to share some love, some hate, and some “Meh!” Well, and likely complaining some about “freemium” games…
OrangePixel has done quite well with their recently released Gauntlet-style game called Heroes of Loot. Well it looks like the company is going to build off of the game’s success with a new spin-off game that will feature aliens to kill and space marine looking characters to play as.
Heroes of Loot is OrangePixel’s recently released Gauntlet-style game that has done pretty well for itself since it launched onto Android not too long ago. The game features some pretty cute little characters that you get to play as and the game itself can be pretty addicting. If you happen to be someone who collects video game figurines and also a fan of Heroes of Loot, then you’ll be happy to know that there is now a set of figurines available for order.
One game we have been following throughout its development is OrangePixel’s new game called Heroes of Loot. This new game was inspired by the arcade classic Gauntlet although there are some slightly different game mechanics with Heroes of Loot. In the end though it is all about getting that loot and being a powerful badass.
OrangePixel has been working on a Gauntlet style for quite some time now called Heroes of Loot. Up until now we haven’t really had a solid release date for this game but thanks to a tweet over on their Twitter account today, we now know that Heroes of Loot will be arriving onto Android on September 12th, 2013 and possibly Ouya as well on the same day.
One game we are eagerly looking forward to getting released is a new retro style game from OrangePixel called Heroes of Loot. We’ve actually talked about this game a few times already but if you happened to miss our previous coverage for Heroes of Loot, here is a quick rundown of what this game is about.
The Gauntlet inspired game that OrangePixel has been working on lately and that we have talked about a few times in the recent past now has a bit more of a solid release time frame. For those of you looking to get your hands on Heroes of Loot, you won’t have to wait much longer.