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Tiny Heroes reminds this reviewer of Tecmo's Deception. The concepts are similar. Keep heroes from your treasure by placing traps along the way. Mix that in with a little tower defense concept and you have an interesting hand held video game. The heroes invade your dungeon to acquire the treasure in the treasure room. They go in, and then they have to get back out. This helps players by giving them two cracks at them.

Be careful though. If they crack your defenses they usually destroy them. If enough heroes come marching through then you can kiss your treasures goodbye. The key to the strategy of Tiny Heroes is using traps that work best on specific characters. The one issue I have with that is I do not know what is coming in a level. I learn from my mistakes and then pick different traps.

Heroes take damage from all kinds of traps. Once their life bar is drained they turn into a small pile of bones. That pile does eventually go away. I felt bad every single time I murdered a hero. Couldn't we find some way to share? Do they have to come and steal from me? Couldn't the government over tax me or something and give my profits to them?

The current price of Tiny Heroes is $2.99. Family Friendly Gaming was given a code to review this game. There are fifty levels in this game along with challenge levels which will seriously test your brain. Thirty different traps to increase strategy. The polish in Tiny Heroes is tremendous. Families do need to pay attention the rating. You are playing the bad guy and that could cause problems with those not educated in the difference between good and evil.

The coolest thing about Tiny Heroes is thinking about what defenses to lay down to stop an invasion. I will never need that in the real world. Or at least I hope I never need to lay down defenses to defend some treasure. The main lesson in Tiny Heroes is to stop thieves from breaking in. Sadly there are people in the real world who will try and take what you have. They do not care how many hours you slaved away to earn it. They only care about themselves. There is also a mild lesson in how you become a slave to your treasures.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 68%
Sound: 71%
Replay/Extras: 78%
Gameplay: 74%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad
Publisher: Simutronics Corp
Rating: '9+' - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes, Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}

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