Released: 20 Feb, 2015
Genres: Adventure, Casual, Indie, RPG
Developer: Lonely Troops
Publisher: Lonely Troops
Sail to the farthest islands to save your sister and defeat pirates.
You and your sister had finally found a safe haven in a small fishing village. But more troubles came soon after that. The threat of an unstoppable crew of pirates spread its shadow over the entire kingdom. Your beloved sister was kidnapped by the pirates and taken far away to lands unknown. You have no choice but to embark on a journey to save her. You must be brave. You will travel to the end of the world, helping people, fulfilling quests, learning valuable skills, and finding hundreds of useful items.
Completion: Game completed once
Playtime at Review: 6.2 hours
Total Playtime: 6.2 hours
Achievements at Review: 48/48 (100%)
My rating: 5.5/10
Very relaxing to play
The same nice, quaint graphics as the first instalment
Nice RPG using point & click mechanics, and hidden-object elements
Easy to 100% (can be done in a single play-through)
Another simple, yet intriguing story
No real replay value
Can get a little repetitive
If you've seen my review of the first Hero of the Kingdom, then you've seen most of what's being said here, although I do feel the second instalment was an improvement to the first. There is a little more substance in regards to the story, but it's still very simple. That's not a bad thing, as one of the great things about Hero of the Kingdom is that it's so relaxing.
I found this one took a couple of hours longer to complete, and implemented several new items and objects in addition to the ones seen in the first game, so there were more hidden items to find, and more items to manage, trade, and use during your adventures. This does mean it can still get a little repetitive, but there's always the help button in the bottom corner if you're completely lost.
The graphics are still just as quaint, and the soundtrack is nice and fitting to the story and environments.
If you enjoyed the first one, chances are you'll enjoy this one too. I thought it was a decent improvement, and I'm sure I'll get round to enjoying the third instalment soon enough.
Posted on 06-05-2019
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