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Submitted by mmparker 605d ago | review

Heroes of Loot Review | Hardcore Droid

Hardcore Droid:

"What follows is the newest Android recipe from OrangePixel: One part dungeon crawler, one part shoot-‘em-up, a generous helping of pixel art, and a dash of Gauntlet to taste. Mix on and off for about 8 years (according to the developer blog), and you end up with Heroes of Loot.

As many of us know from personal experience, promising recipes can end up as disasters, especially when trying to incorporate a lot of different ingredients (my own debacle came in the form of cold sesame noodles that somehow congealed into one enormous noodle, the color of a sickly child’s cheeks right before he barfs). The point is, a lot of things could have gone wrong with Heroes of Loot. The good news is that instead, a lot of things went really right." (Android, Heroes of Loot, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC) 3.7/5

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