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Loot Heroes 2


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Loot Heroes 2

Hack, slash, repeat! Vitaly Zaborov and Kirill Kashur's Diablo-riffic dungeon crawler is back for more with Loot Heroes 2, the sequel to the original game, where, once again, we're slaying our way through the bowels of the underworld to slay a bunch of demons for one that wants to be the very best, like no one ever was. Choose your hero from an impressive lineup, each with their own special abilities, and set out through randomly generated dungeons filled with monsters to stab and loot to, uh, loot. You'll unlock more heroes as you play (or if you just choose to click the big button on the character select menu), and of course, you'll find piles of powerful weapons and enhancing accessories to equip, too. Just click to maneuver around each area and target specific enemies, and right-click to unleash your character's special skill if you have the mana for it. If you're carrying the items to do so, tapping [Z] and [X] will restore your health and mana, respectively, both of which regenerate over time. Like its predecessor, Loot Heroes 2's simplicity is both its blessing and its curse. It's a fun, straightforward little action RPG with oodles of loot and slaying to be had, but it also tends towards the repetitive due to a lack of variety. If that, or its similarity to the original game, doesn't bother you, Loot Heroes 2 will fill your browser with splats, swords, and demons aplenty for a nice chunk of mayhem.

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Shoeless Jane September 24, 2015 12:46 PM

I'm pretty far in the game (level 29) and have run into something that's either harder than I know how to deal with, or a bug in the mapping.

I'll occasionally find an area where there are no monsters of any kind, and soon after will find a nearby *but not connected* island full of monsters, including, I assume, the boss. I can see the monsters clearly, there's usually a section of their wall missing, but not mine, so I can't even shoot across the gap.

Has anyone fond a character, or combination of weapons and accessories that allows one to teleport?

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arachne September 25, 2015 7:03 PM replied to Shoeless Jane

It's a bug. Quit and reload your game and you'll get a different map.

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Shoeless Jane September 28, 2015 2:53 PM replied to arachne

That's what I had been doing, and did again. I was just really frustrated because that level was somehow much harder than the levels before it (and even after it) so it took me much longer to get through than it felt like it should have. ...And then I'd have to quit out of it and try again.

But I did, eventually, get through.

Does the game end, or does it just keep getting harder? I've gotten through Hell and Nightmare modes, and am now in Insane.

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