Form an adventuring company and explore the recently colonized Occident.

Engage in brutal skirmishes and try to survive long enough to retire.

No reloads, no hand-holding, no mercy.

What’s New

Version 2.2.4

- fix for the lost research notes quest bug
- there are now several ways to deal with the claims commissioner in Hettering
- the final arena fight will not be available if the disgraced palace guard has not yet been hired
- fixes for screen resolution scaling issues. If something looks weird, yell at me
- miscellaneous changes and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
132 Ratings

132 Ratings


Masterpiece in developing

The game is fenomenal, the art atyle, the stories, the choices, the map, everything hit the the right spot for me. The mechanic is extremely easy to understand and get into, your choices does have weight to it which directly affect the outcomes, which in turn help each run unique from another. Though as it is still in developement (I hope) the game is quite "short" as once your team pick up the xps and upgrades, they kind of snow ball almost everyfight as the AI leave much to be desires. I only found this gem ~2 days ago and I already racked quite an embarassing amount of playtime already. One last grief I have with the game though is that once your party all finished their goals, you have to depart with them to recruit new ones to do their quest line which in turn drop the fire power of the team tremendously as the new guy not only is underlevel and geared, but the enemies are stronger as well.

EmceeComplexity ,

Blown away

This game is absolutely fantastic. I’m usually skeptical about games like this. With a bit of imagination and understanding of the structure, this can turn into one of the best games you’ve touched. It’s an open world that really pays attention to details. You start off with a small party in a city. Slowly take on small quests until the cities start to trust the reputation of your team. Teams are customizable by firing a team member or asking someone to join your crew at the local tavern in any of the towns. Keeping in mind you have to constantly buy supply for your team, every movement has to be calculated because you burn through your supplies with every step. The world is vast and limitless. I’m an extremely impressed with this wonderful game. I’m buying just to support. I highly recommend to anyone looking for something to get sucked into. ITS WORTH IT.

The TCG Guy ,

The best mobile RPG I’ve ever played

Occidental Heroes is deceptively simple to learn, inheriting combat elements from hex-based roguelike Hoplite while innovating on that formula for a party-based tactical experience. Beyond that, the game is full of well-written, narrative rich quests that draw you into this alternate-history colonial setting. Characters develop meaningful stories as you play, leaving you heartbroken when the ally who has been with you through thick and thin finally falls in battle. As if that wasn’t enough, the overworked map is charming and the various cities and settlements feature gorgeous little pixel-art tableaux. If you’re itching for a game with tactical combat, rich narrative, historical themes, and high replayability, Occidental Heroes is definitely worth your time (and the $2.99 that it costs to remove ads).

App Privacy

The developer, Vladimir Jovanovic, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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