My name is Seong-kuk Yun, and I'm the director of Lord of Heroes.
In addition to the screenshots, videos, and other details about the game that we've shared, I wanted to also give you a peek behind the curtain into our hopes and vision for the game.

Our goal for Lord of Heroes was to capture the essence of what games are.

Games can be merely something you enjoy when you're bored or have time to kill, but they can also inspire and influence you in ways that books, TV, online videos, and other media can't.
When I say that, I speak from experience; I became a game developer thanks to the games that inspired me.
The most beloved and highly revered games always find a way to show us something new amidst the familiar, which is exactly what we wanted to do with Lord of Heroes.

Rather than have players step into the role of an unassuming hero who saves the world, we decided to have players take on the role of a monarch who revolutionizes a fallen world.
When designing our characters, we wanted to avoid making them seem overly violent or sexual, and instead focus on diversity and individuality.
As for the gameplay, we worked to design the game in a way that players could progress without having to spend a great amount of time playing.

Some people might not like the game for not having suggestive or violent content, or for not requiring all of your time.
However, we hope for the game to be one that you can easily introduce to your family and friends, and one that will be a natural part of—not an obstacle to—your everyday life.
We are always open to suggestions and feedback, and will do all we can to improve and refine the game.

We hope you'll join us on this journey.

P.S. We've got social media channels you can follow to receive updates, news, and even special gifts! Our Facebook page is listed below.

Seong-kuk Yun

Official Facebook page

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What’s New

Version 1.1.121604

■ Balance Updates : Heroes
■ New Contents : Holiday Party! Merigora has appeared!
■ New Costume & Accessories added
■ New Hero & Archives Comment Updated!
■ New Equipment and Set Effect added
■ Balance changes in Silent Straits
■ Avillon Event Updates

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
9.1K Ratings

9.1K Ratings

T0utaK ,

Extreme Story Part II Review

I have been looking to the second part of the story ever since I have finished part one and I got say that I’m not disappointed. The new characters that are introduced in part two not only have interesting designs, but also amazing abilities as well. One of the few things that I do when fighting new bosses/characters are to find out what their ultimate abilities look like as I find it as the one the coolest things about them. My hat goes off to the animation team and everyone else that worked on them, they look phenomenal and I can’t wait for their actual release in the game one day! Now onto the actual story side of things, it’s amazing as always! The way that the game keeps making you want to keep playing through the story to see what happens next is just so addicting that I can’t get enough. The suspense that the each stage leaves just like how a book leaves off with a cliffhanger at the end of each chapter or at the end of each episode of an anime. And the way that the game makes you wait a week for the next part of the story just adds to the suspense. It’s just so well done and I can’t wait for the next few parts in the story that are going to come out soon, good job CloverGames!

Raanan0416 ,

I'm having fun playing this game

So I’ll just cut to the point this game is fun it's really fun maybe I’m biased but I like the story and the characters, the characters have really fun personalities, but again that’s just my opinion and not everyone has my opinion, but hey that’s just me and my preference and also like the game mechanics it’s basically just a RPG turn based game nothing too exciting there, but I have seen some really awful turn base RPG games some just have some really janky mechanics like you have to do this in a certain order or else it just won’t work yea this game doesn’t do that it gives you options that optimizes the attacks full advantage' you can choose to ignore that which is really helpful to my play-style which is attack the healers first then focus on the boss again that’s just my personal Play style so don’t get mad at me if you don’t agree with me I’m aloud to play the game how I see fit and you’re too, and if you don’t like this game then you don’t like it I’m not going to force you to like it you have your own personal preference, and hey good on you anyway I just wanted to give my opinion on this game that’s and creator keep making this fun so long.

CaliAmy ,

Awesome Game

I don't understand why people are saying there's a paywall? The whole game can be cleared without paying a dime, you just need the right combo of heroes (preferably ones with immense deals or burst skills that delay the enemy's turn), your high-level gear leveled up fully (only upgrade on fridays, that's the rule), and some well-thought-out skill order (like adjusting/upping the speed of the healers so the party is shielded right before the boss's ultimate skill). Also, get your heroes and your lord as high-level as you can. You don't need money to do that.

I don't know, maybe I have a good grip of how to play because I read the how-to posts from Korean players. But seriously, this game is far from impossible to play without money. It's a grind, but it's definitely doable. (If you're looking for mindless games, then this is probably not for you.) Personally, leveling up and beating a previously difficult boss in one chained shot is one of the best things offered about this game. Makes you feel like you've accomplished something impossible by going against a digital apocalypse beast and destroying it. (Also, the story's pretty cool too.)


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