Android App Video Review: Colosseum Heroes

Dec 15, 2011
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Colosseum Heroes is a new side scrolling action game with RPG elements from Gamevil. It’s basically an expansion pack for the original Colosseum, which I also reviewed. You can see that review here for comparisons. This is the same game, but with a new character, new weapons and spells, a new mode, and noticeably altered difficulty.

This is an endless action game, in which you enter a combat area and stay there until a monster randomly drops the key to escape. Then you have a chance to upgrade your character, and then you enter another combat area. Rinse and repeat. Enemies drop all sorts of goodies, from temporary strength and speed power ups to health potions and precious gold coins. You can spend that gold on a wide variety of spells, weapons, and armor in the resting sections. Any equipped offensive abilities occupy one of four buttons, which can be arranged in any combination you like. More powerful weapons and spells have cool-downs between uses, so make sure to balance your arsenal accordingly. Upgrading your armor adds defense, and upgrading your shield adds an extra heart to your health.

The first obvious change from the original is the inclusion of the vampire character. He has a completely new set of weapons and spells available to him, with a couple exceptions that he borrowed from the first game’s hero. When upgrading the vamp’s armor, he takes on a whole new style, with new hair and everything. It’s random but a nice touch. The vampire’s two melee weapons are both very short range since he has two guns to choose from, and his spells are not all offensive. He can imbue himself with extra power and speed for a short time, frighten enemies away from him, or siphon health while attacking like a proper Nosferatu.

All in all, the game is an improvement. There are new arena backgrounds and new sets of enemies that add some much needed variety to the equation. There’s also a new timed challenge mode to try out. They’ve narrowed the game down to three difficulties, eliminating the “https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/apple-store/idcom.appolicious.android?mt=8″ app_id=”350906” target=”_blank”>Download the free Appolicious Android app

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Andrew Koziara

Andrew Koziara is a lifelong gamer and metal head. When he isn’t playing or reviewing games, he’s making them at Tribeca Flashpoint Academy. Check out his Twitter page here.

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