Meet the disposable heroes... A rag-tag band of nobodies who - quite by accident- represent the kingdom's last hope. With the royal army slain it is they who must venture across the land on a quest to bring back the head of the king's son so that the light might return.
6 Games Like Disposable Heroes for Nintendo 3DS
Azada: Elementa, Skylands, and OR are our top selection to play today.
The latest addition in this selection are Hitori released the 8 January 2018 and ranked #4, Skylands released the 28 August 2017 and ranked #2, Azada: Elementa released the 3 March 2017 and ranked #1.
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This suggestion collection includes casual adventure games. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.
In Skylands you are stranded on an island in the sky. With your friends or alone you need to get resources, grow food, survive against enemies and start discover new islands. You can do what you want as long as you survive.
Do not underestimate the apparent simplicity of OR because it will amaze you. In the game there will be pitfalls of every kind! The 3D graphics allows you to see the light from above. This opens up a world of possible combinations. With gameplay based around light, OR is a simplified Puzzle/Arcade game.
Hitori is a classic hitori where you have to make certain cells dark enough so that no bright elements repeat in each row and column. Dark cells can not stand side by side vertically and horizontally, and also surround light cells in the ring.
-A magical world beautifully depicted through in-game graphics. -Diverse levels that provide a fair challenge. -Additional bonuses that reward those who replay the game. -3 difficulty modes.
The Magic Hammer is an open-world action RPG where you embark on an epic adventure with your Hammer! The Magic Hammer also features a creative mode that can be played single player or co-op.
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