Battle evil pixel monsters while dressed up as a hotdog.
The popular fantasy-themed dungeon crawler is bringing its nostalgic 8-bit inspired style to PC for the first time. Players start their adventure in “Bit Valley” by fighting waves of pixelated monsters in turn-based combat. As they defeat new monsters and bosses, players have the option to recruit their enemies to battle alongside them; even the most legendary bosses can be tamed… On their quest to conquer each map, they collect mountains of loot to forge thousands of unique armour sets and powerful weapons. Players express their unique personality through countless cosmetic items, battling their most fierce foes with a wardrobe of distinct options including an inflatable sumo suit, a hot dog costume, and cat ears.
Bit Heroes includes compelling social features befitting of the Steam platform, including synchronous co-op World Bosses, Guilds and vast Guild Halls, Raids, Weekly Events, and PvP. Players who compete in the Player vs Player Arena can fight both friends and foes to climb the weekly leader boards. The top PvP player of each week will be immortalized in the communal town square with their own personal statue for ultimate bragging rights.
Says Josh Larson, Chief Revenue Officer at publisher Kongregate:
Bit Heroes marks our 9th Steam release since we started our push into cross-platform publishing late last year, and we think it is uniquely positioned to speak to PC players. It’s an extremely deep experience with tons of loot to collect, players to fight, and dungeons to crawl.
The developers, Juppiomenz, have been nominated for ‘Best Indie Developer’ by the Mobile Games Awards and more recently announced as a Google Play Best of 2017 winner for the “Most Social’ category.
Having released on android Play Store and iOS earlier this year to millions of downloads and very positive views, Bit Heroes is now free to play on Steam. Check out the official Bit Heroes website for more.
A fan of indie RPGs, Andrew splits his time between grinding for XP, and writing about grinding for XP. As well as running our news section, Andrew eats a medically inadvisable amount of Marmite.