Description of App:
Galaxy Hero,A classic arcade game,Now you can have it by free.
1 two finger control left and right,you can play it very easy!
2 classic mode!
3 arcade mode(new,very very cool !!!)
3 more fruition!
If u play it before ,u shall get it now!
Try to get the highest score in arcade mode!
Can you pass 50 stage in classic mode?
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Well, I haven't gotten very far here, but you can play this game with a little patience to figure things out. Swiping from left to right when you choose quests, don't pick a country but tap the first map view and swipe right to get to the quest and do the quest. The letters are for the 4 stats and each time you level up, you get 3 points to assign or save them up till you get lots of points. You level up by doing quests and each quest pays out credits *game money* and you use the creds to learn new spells or weapons so do as many quests as possible and start with the lowest weapon. To learn a weapon/spell, tap the price next to the weapon and it should ask if you want to learn it and choose yes and your cred amount will be minus that price.
The battle against players or bosses is tricky and sort of random as far as I can figure out at the moment and I'm a lvl 5 at the moment. If you get a quest that says something where the amount of creds you win is 50 then that usually is a battle quest and the next screen, you just sort of tap til it says a weapon and tap again to use that weapon and they do make noise when used though it sort of blends a bit with the background music and this battle thing is timed.
If you take time to hit the icons/buttons, this game can be played and once you learn what things do, then it goes fairly fast. The things don't just say button as most apps like this, but image or map view and most of the rest are labeled like character, quest or job, home, the stats say their number and once you remember what the A, B, C, D letters stand for and it does tell you for a while, then the stats are fairly okay. The weapons are labeled and the price for each and tapping them, if you have the credits, will let you learn it.
Its the battle part that isn't the best on this game, but lots of the quests just say do quest and you lose energy and gain credits without a battle so it still works out. There is background music and the weapons do make some noise if tapped during a battle and you do level up after doing so many quests.