Born from the original Imperial Hero, Imperial Hero II offers a revived remake of the classic browser RPG and adds an Android port into the mix.
Starting with the game tutorial hosted by Sheila players will first establish their heroes identity from over a dozen portraits with a good mixture of genders, face and hair designs. From here your training will contain with the likes of inventory management, questing, levels, attributes and skill points being covered before being fully released into the harsh Ayarr Empire.
Primarily a quest driven game Imperial Hero II focuses on players helping out their small town which consists of the Tavern, Weapon Shop, Armor Shop, Jewelry Shop and Healer. Said quests will take players out into the wilderness to battle against monsters either for item drops or to prevent a threat.
Each of these is paired with some simple background along with rewards of stamina, experience, gold and items. While there isn’t a great deal of variety here the quests serve their purpose of giving some context to your adventure while taking your around the game world.
Where you’ll find the depth and real enjoyment of Imperial Hero II is in the character RPG features and growth which sees you growing from a humble adventure with only a staff to a mighty warrior with a party of highly trained fighters with all manner of equipment and skills. For a browser game the RPG elements are particularly satisfying with each level allowing you to add attributes points across vitality, dexterity, strength, agility and intelligence along with a class related skill.
This ties in closely with a solid item system that uses a various equipment slots, different stats on each item and even crafting to ensure you extract the maximum damage and armor from each available slot. This is particularly vital as Imperial Hero II utilises an automatic battle system for its combat similar to other browser RPGs.
- Browser based RPG with Android app option.
- Customise your hero and party with classes, attributes and items.
- Find items randomly, purchase them or craft.
- Countless quests to complete.
- Automatic turn based battles.