Hex Commander: Fantasy Heroes is a turn-based strategy game that will put you right in the middle of war between Humans, Orcs, Goblins, Elves and Dwarves and the undead.
Build a mighty army and lead your troops into victory using the unique skills of your heroes and units. Make use of terrain covers and buildings to boost your statistics and outwit your enemies in single-player, skirmish and multiplayer PvP modes.
Take part in four exciting campaigns, control heroes with unique combat abilities, protect your people and encounter powerful enemies. Command units such as; Infantry, Cavalry, Mages, powerful siege machines, Elven archers, Dwarven riflemen, and many, many more.
In the Human campaign you assume the role of Percival Kent, an experienced paladin who has been sent by the Emperor to investigate reports of Goblin activity in a Human settlement. The kingdom is at the brink of war… Who wants it to break out? What kind of alliance will you have to forge to face the inevitable invasion of the green-skinned foes?
The Elven campaign introduces Arcaena, leader of the Elven archers. While you are trying to find Sylvius – a wise druid who can tame the forces of nature, you’ll face a powerful goblin mage and his allies.
In the Orcs and Goblins campaign you can even control a mighty dragon and his sneaky goblin friend Vulpis who can trick his enemies and perform a deadly strikes. While trying to find the source of unnatural floods that forced your people to find a new home, you’ll meet a third playable hero – a powerful Orc warrior.
The final chapter takes you to the Dwarven kingdom, where you have to face new enemies that you haven’t encountered before. With three new playable heroes and their unique abilities, you’ll jump into the middle of epic battles to stop the evil forces from spreading across the world.
To gain a tactical advantage you must resort to magic, which goes way beyond deploying specialized mage units. Your heroes are trained to use scrolls, which can turn the tide of battle in the blink of an eye. Summon the undead or powerful golems, lead your opponents into a rain of fire or a toxic cloud, and awaken their rage.
In each of the campaigns you have a castle at your disposal. You can expand it according to your preferred fighting style. Upgrade your heroes and your favorite units, and improve teleports to gain an edge on the battlefield.
In addition to single-player mode, you can test your skills in the challenging PvP multiplayer, which features classic Battle or Capture the Flag and an exciting Royale Mode.
ACCESSIBLE AND COMPLEX STRATEGY GAME
● A turn-based strategy game with simple and clear rules and a tactical depth, thanks to which you can adjust the gameplay style to your individual preferences.
● Complete four captivating single-player campaigns with unique heroes, units, and enemies.
● Use the special skills of your heroes and units to gain an edge on the battlefield.
● Expand your castle, upgrade your army and recruit specialized units.
● Each of the available races have well-balanced units and features, ensuring a unique strategy and making the battles more exciting and varied.
● PvP multiplayer with three modes – Battle, Capture the Flag and Royale.
● A single-player skirmish mode featuring the heroes of each campaign.
- Complete Dwarven campaign (30 missions).
- New premium unit: “Tesla” cannon.
- “Heroes Royale” – new multiplayer mode.
- New flag symbols.
- Bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Of course it’s ad supported and only two ads in 5 minutes is actually quite good for an ad supported app. For the sake of folks that might be confused by the 2-star. Rome Total War is dated (developer had not touched RTW in years) and has lower quality graphics than HEX Commander and HC uses less than 300MB of memory where RTW uses close to 2 GB of memory. RTW should be called Rome Total Bureaucracy. For my tastes you spend too much time posturing on the strategic screen in RTW and too little time in total war. I got bored and stop playing it. I deleted RTW because of the little fun I was getting out of it I deleted all three RTW games.
I like the game very much hope that it ll continue getting better.
I think that the mages are op, they can easily block any army with their 100% stun ability! Take in 4 to 5 mages and i think that u can beat any battle. They are making the game much less challenging.
Full page popup add and pay pay pay assault
Game was pretty fun and has potential. I would buy the game outright for $10-$20 if the in app purchases and ads were removed. However after being attacked by 2 full screen ad popups within the first 5 minutes, I closed the bloody game. I do not want a friggin pay $$ for items game, or one with ads. Deleted game and purchased Rome Total War iOs. Problem solved
- Teresa Dymek
- 241.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2017 Home Net Games
- In-App Purchases
- 20 Gems $4.99
- 5 Gems $1.99
- 11 Fire Rain Scrolls $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.