Heroes of Loot is the result of many years of attempting to create the perfect dungeon game in the Orangepixel style. After each big project we started some sort of dungeon prototype, but none worked.

Until January 2013, when we started work on what has now finally turned into Heroes of Loot!

This is THE dungeon game we wanted to make: full on action, endless dungeons, random quests, and walking a fine line between dungeon-crawler and shoot-em up.

This is Heroes of Loot, and we hope you enjoy playing it.

★Toucharcade Game of the week – Toucharcade , ★Gold award – Pocketgamer , ★Top 10 Best iPhone and iPad games of September – Pocketgamer , ★Top 10 Best Android games of September – Pocketgamer

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“another fantastic game in the lineup of fantastical (??) games by Orange Pixel. It’s the longest and most intriguing one. It lets you turns off your brain but force you to play smart.” – Paranerds rating: 10/10

“Heroes of Loot will pull in both dungeon-crawling fanatics and twin-stick obsessives in equal measure, with its fast-paced, randomly-generated action. You’ll never reach the end of the dungeon, but you’ll have plenty of fun trying to find it.” – Gamezebo rating: 4/5

“Heroes of Loot is one of those perfect games that you can whip out at a moment’s notice and know you’ll have a blast, or sit back with and really get sucked into while hours just seemingly slip by without you even noticing” – TouchArcade game of the week award

“In fact – thanks to the title’s impeccable control scheme – the only thing you’ll ever have trouble doing with Heroes of Loot is putting the game down.” – iFanzine rating 5/5

“Heroes of Loot is about as close to pure, distilled arcadey dungeon-crawling joy as we’re ever likely to get.” – 148apps rating 4.5/5

“Heroes of Loot is a brilliant mash-up of genres. OrangePixel has taken the best of two gaming worlds and mixed them together to create an intoxicating brew. It’s fun, funny, and it fits perfectly into your pocket.” – Pocketgamer rating 9/10

“If you go into Heroes of Loot looking for a fast-paced, easily-controlled, top-down shooter with a fantasy in miniature vibe, it looks like you’ll have a blast in these dungeons.” – Gamewoof

“Anyone who plays Orangepixel games knows that for the overwhelming majority of them, they have common themes and similar art styles. It’s a very familiar brand and style, and it’s good for gaming – both as an industry and as an art form – to allow a developer to cultivate a voice and style for themselves. Heroes of Loot is a new expression of that voice.” – Android rundown


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