Hero Mages is a free online game where players command a band of mighty heroes fighting to control the fate of Papillion. Equipped with traditional board game elements -a set of dice and a hand of cards representing magical spells- players must leverage skill, luck, and social politics to emerge victorious in this exciting battle of turn-based strategy that can be played from any Flash enabled web browser.

Post Date: 18:19 29-05-2015
Rating: 6
Author: axwellshm
Comment: Don’t like this game that much. It for sure needs improvements in gameplay, probably renew the game. 6/10.
Post Date: 09:06 26-04-2014
Rating: 9
Author: Aki013
Comment: I love this game, this is a strategy game,you need to use your brain a bit..thats why i like it :),you need to collect items,lvl up..I can to recommend to all gamers to play this game ^^ 9/10
Post Date: 20:55 02-01-2013
Rating: 8
Author: PolanWalker
Comment: This game is turn based strategy genre production. It this productio we have greaqt game mechanics and nice gameplay. We are playing with great people in nice healthy community. Overall game is very ncie and give fun from playing. Gameplay is very simple and active. For me game can be recommanded to all online players. I rate this production 8/10 🙂
Post Date: 06:48 01-03-2011
Rating: 8
Author: EcLuD
Comment: Papillion … is what we get, fighting, collecting items, leveling up, etc etc, typical of this type of games do not like me .. 8 / 10
Post Date: 20:23 02-10-2009
Rating: 10
Author: GamrGal13
Comment: Loved it! Played a few games today and, after just a few turns, was able to pick it up fast! I lost my first game, won the next couple – I’m hooked!!


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  1. Very polished and addictive game! If you love tactical turn based games, check it out. You can try for free on your browser (heromages.com) or also on Android devices

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  2. Pretty cool grid/tile turn-based strategy game. Has a cool concept since it has elements of a dice game, RPG, and a card game. Campaign missions look fun, and this game also supports multiplayer with up to 8 players, so that’s neat.

    Artwork is probably above average, when it comes to 2010 graphics for 2D games. A bit better-looking than other 2D games around the same time period, but not the best.

    As for playability, the web version requires Flash Player, and in the year 2021, it’s kind of impractical to play Flash games on a browser now. But this game is available through iOS and Android, so that’s nice. The game isn’t totally obsolete.

    Overall, I’d rate this game a 4/5. Might not be the best game to play in the year 2021, but at least this game hasn’t shut down like many other 2010s games.

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