Very happy to tell you guys that Heroes of Loot 2 is now available on Steam, Android and ios!
Here’s the full press release with all the links:
Heroes of Loot 2 is released today (June 8th), The sequel to the award winning PS Vita, iOS,Android and PC game. A game influenced by 80’s Gauntlet, classic Zelda games, God of War and Darksiders.
If you don’t like reading (or playing games) and prefer watching an awesome video, here’s a 1.21 minute short trailer to tickle your interest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqQUOFtUfK8
Heroes of Loot landing page:
Steam store page:
iOS App store:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/heroes-o … 1114594263
Android Google Play :
http://play.google.com/store/apps/detai … l.dungeon2
Media assets download (screenshots+logo’s) : https://www.orangepixel.net/wp-content/u … assets.zip
About Heroes of Loot 2
The hook: In Heroes of Loot 2 you control two characters at once, a ranged character and a melee character. Switching between the characters is as simple as switching between weapons. Besides the difference in range, the characters all have their advantages and disadvantages. These range between difference in speed, power for using magic spells, or amount of damage they can handle. Pick your characters based on your preferred game-style!
The influence: As with the original Heroes of Loot, the sequel is mostly based on the game feel of the original 80’s Gauntlet game. However for the sequel I took a lot of influence from games like Zelda, God of War and Darksiders to inspire the new quests, puzzles, and hack and slash parts of the gameplay.
Gameplay: The main game mode comes with 50 procedurally generated levels. Making each game a unique experience. Each dungeon comes with a lot of hell-creatures to shoot, mini-bosses, avatars to talk to and possibly buy cool items from or learn alternate routes like the “The sewers” and many more. You’ll also find yourself in a single-level Arena room filled with multiple Minotaurs, or just a loot-filled room.. In any case, make sure you are equiped for the right task!
All dungeons also have various quests and challenges for you to complete before you can continue your path to King Loot’s lair. Quests range from killing a mini-boss to lighting various magic-candles, or retrieving a lost Idol to an Altar.
Luckily the dungeons come with shops where you can buy magic spells, character enhancing items, and healing potions to help you on your quest.
Grabbing loot and killing hell-spawn adds to your Experience points, increasing the firepower and magic power of your characters.
And finally, you can find various treasures around the dungeons to unlock “magic shards”. Collect enough of these shards to permanently unlock magic spells making your future game sessions easier.
Game modes: Grab a controller and a buddy for local-coop mode and roam the dungeons together. If you’re good enough you can also try your luck in the Survival mode, a bunch of small Arena’s that play much like the old SmashTV arcade game.. How long can you survive?
Most of the time Orangepixel is a Dutch one man company, and at the time of writing press releases and blurbs like this, it SUCKS.. Luckily that’s only once every few months, so I’m not complaining.. maybe just a bit..
Orangepixel: Being a mostly one man company, the games all reflect me and my personality. I enjoy the old arcade games as much as big AAA productions, and I love injecting AAA-influences like camera controls, cut-scenes, and gameplay elements into my old-school-looking games.
Most known for: Gunslugs series (www.gunslugs.com), and Heroes of Loot (www.heroesofloot.com). Releasing games on mobile since 2004, but also releasing on PC since 2014 and dabbling on PS Vita and 3DS here and there.
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