|Genre: RPG||Status: Open Beta|
|Time Unit:Turns||Theme: Science Fiction|
|Graphics: Text with graphics||Period: Present Time|
|Fee: Buy ingame advantages||Developer:Quirkz Media|
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Twilight Heroes is a FREE, browser-based superhero role-playing game.By day you're an underpaid and unappreciated worker at a pain-in-the-neck job, but as the sun goes down you don a mask and a cape and patrol the streets in an attempt to clean up the crime-riddled and corrupt city you live in. Sure, your first weapon is a household tool and your costume is made from home-dyed pajamas, but fighting crime is about delivering justice, not being stylish.
The game takes place in a fictional area named Twilight City which is similar to an average American city. The city's in game currency are casino chips and are usually attained by selling possessions, defeating enemies, etc. In the beginning you start as a middle-waged apathetic average citizen in a city run down by mobs, gangsters and crime. But after the player's apartment is ransacked, he or she decides he or she had enough of this. Then he or she proceeds outside to find a suspicious figure trolling around, who then proceeds toward the player. Trying to be a hero, the player charges this man but is quickly taken down and left to lie on the streets. Afterward the character wakes up and, depending on which type of character the player picked, will find that type's respective item.
In this game you play a superhero character. First and foremost, characters are primarily defined by their class. Each superhero is one of four classes: Elemental, Naturalist, Gadgeteer, and Psion. Each class has a distinct set of abilities and weaknesses, and will tend to have a different method of approaching and solving problems.
The gadgeteer's specialty is always having the right tool for the job. Natural inventiveness provides the gadgeteer hero with an array of gadgets and gizmos to help them navigate through life's-and their enemies'-obstacles.
The elemental hero fights crime with a mastery of the four elements. Earth, air, fire, and water all obey the hero's will and make them a force to be reckoned with.
The psion hero relies on the power of the mind. A masterful intellect combines with telekinetic and psychic powers to make a powerful crime-fighting hero.
Naturalist heroes have great physical strength, but their greatest skill is their ability to channel the powers of numerous wild animals. Not only can they drink like a fish and snore like a bear, but they will sting like a butterfly and float like a bee.
The PvP system is still in early development.Right now it's a simplified combat. When you attack, you get to choose between one of three different types of assault: fierce, moderate, and tentative. The defender is played by the computer, but will use player preferences. For every attack, there is a defense, which can also use one of three tactics: block, parry, and dodge. Like the rock-paper-scissors game, different attacks work better or worse against different defenses. Once you have attacked, the computer then counter-attacks on behalf of the player you're fighting against, using the same sets of choices.
Talismans are very special items: they're the source of your hero's power. All heroes start the game with one talisman and must always have one (and only one) on them at all times. There are others that can be found or earned and your hero will have the option to pick which they want to use. Besides letting your character be a super hero, each talisman always has at least one benefit and one.
Totally saying, Twilight Heroes has a good plot, simple combat system(but a little more complex than many other text based games.), but the gameplay is not creative enough.
Twilight Heroes is a free, browser-based superhero role-playing game. Here is a guide which includes some hits of getting started. If you are a new of the game, we recommend you to check this manual first.
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