Vertical Drop Heroes HD Crack/Patch

Vertical Drop Heroes HD Vertical Drop Heroes is a procedural platformer RPG hybrid with roguelike elements, where your hero adventures through randomly generated stages. Armed with a variety of skills and traits, you must use your cunning and reflexes to survive the dangers of each stage, until you face the final boss and uncover the truth behind the game!

Download Vertical Drop Heroes HD Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
8
Downloads 956
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
Digerati Distribution / Nerdook Productions

Vertical Drop Heroes HD reviews ( 3 )

LimeWedgeLoej, May 28, 2014

Vertical Drop Heroes HD takes what was an excellent flash game and makes a high quality animated platforming game. At only $5 it's an excellent value for what the game offers. If you are a big indie game fan then you will probably like this one. If you still aren't sure if you would like general gameplay, you can go and play the original free flash version (simply named Vertical Drop Heroes) on a site like Kongregate. If you like that game, imagine everything that was good about it, but improved to the point it becomes worthy of paying for it. I can only hope Nerdook will remake some more of his other games in a similar fashion.

llcdtll, Dec 25, 2015

Queda vertical heróis HD leva o que era um jogo flash excelente e faz um jogo de plataformas de alta qualidade animado. Em apenas US $ 5 é um excelente valor para o que o jogo oferece. Se você é um grande fã de jogos indie, então você provavelmente vai gostar deste. Se você ainda não tem certeza se você gostaria jogabilidade geral, você pode ir e jogar a versão flash livre original (chamado simplesmente de queda vertical

MenageGameTrois, Aug 10, 2014

Disposable Heroes HD: The Legend of Ferretbearer, and Pinecloak, and Skybane, etc. VDH is like a crash test facility for fantasy themed champions. The player will spend their time trying to find the perfect hero to use as a protagonist (after generations of disappointments), able enough to complete the 10-level quest by which so many predecessors have inevitably failed. Approaches to play-style can differ from chaotic to tactical; the path of progressive pacifism is possible, though most will prefer to engage with blade, bolt or blast (amongst other things). It is simple to grasp, though many heroes will meet their doom early. Fortunately, no effort (death) goes unrewarded as resources (as well as abilities) stockpile, which means it is not nearly as frustrating as it should be. Skill acquisition is indefinite, meaning earned abilities become inherent, allowing for a more expansive genotype, and thus is an inspiration to continue despite the permadeath nature of the game. The only notable grievance comes within a poorly designed HUD, which can hinder co-op interactions, making for a slightly cramped feel to split screen mode. 'Falling to progress' is a significant enough change logistically to alter the feel of the game from similar titles, and works to enhance the fast paced direction that the game embodies. VDH is fun without the demand of time input, and although it isn't one you would likely spend hours on, you'll come back to it often; the epitome of the casual indie.