Battleheart 2

Battleheart 2

By Mika Mobile, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-07-12
  • Current Version: 1.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 438.15 MB
  • Developer: Mika Mobile, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 562 Reviews)
  • Price:
Battleheart 2 App Ratings: 4
Total 562 Reviews

Battleheart 2 App Description

Welcome back to the world of Battleheart! In this stunning sequel to 2011's hit mobile RPG, you'll take command of a party of heroes and slay hordes of monsters in frantic, realtime battles that will put your reflexes to the test. With each victory you'll face ever greater dangers, and grow more powerful through a robust equipment and skill system offering vast combinations of heroes, items and abilities. Features: • 12 unique heroes to build your party from, including mages, knights, necromancers, samurai, and more! • Customize your heroes' abilities by selecting among 20 talents that augment their powers. • Play alone, or enjoy co-op multiplayer supporting up to 4 players. • 20+ unique monsters to battle, including 5 challenging bosses. • 130+ unique items to collect and arm your heroes with. • iCloud support for backing up your progress, or transferring to a new device. • Adjustable difficulty, allowing the game to be enjoyed by seasoned players and beginners alike.


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Battleheart 2 App Reviews

  • Love the game!

    By BrazzKnuckles
    Battleheart 2 is a very fun and addictive game. PS... The only option I’ll like to see implemented is an Auto-Feature.
  • Short game

    By FattyBuds420
    Beat the game in less then 24 hours of play time. Good game but too short.
  • Okay game but legacy better

    By CrazyZoo
    Fun game but gets very repetitive fast and boring. Basically just little battle areas to get rewards to level up and get “better” equipment. Rinse and repeat. No real point to the game beyond leveling up. Good graphics and fun for short while or to kill a few minutes of time. I’m hoping there will be a Battleheart Legacy 2.
  • Need more content

    By calvaryfire
    This game is great, and if you liked the first one you will like this one as well. My only complaint is no new content, the same characters, which are all unlocked in the beginning. It makes it a little tedious since you really have nothing to strive for. In the first game you had to play to unlock new hero’s, now you are just playing to beat the same levels over and over.
  • Well made but it ain’t a Legacy sequel

    By Toddcmz
    It’s an arena battler with decent character progression and great design, but it’s tough to control precisely on my iphone 6 and things feel pretty same-y starting about 2 hours in. A lot of work went into this and the developer hit the bulls-eye with what they were trying to accomplish, but I can’t help comparing this to BH Legacy, which was polished and immersive to boot. Different strokes for different folks, but I much prefer the single player RPG experience, and Legacy was just about the best imagining of the genre I’ve ever played on mobile. Great work here, but I know what you could have made, and I’m holding out hoping a Legacy sequel comes along sometime. People wanting a faster smaller fix will find plenty to like here, and there is depth, relatively speaking. I found it tough to really connect with, though.
  • Really good game

    By a critice
    Battleheart 2 is really good and is a rpg games and is a part of the Battleheart seris I recommend this game to battle heart fans and RPG players I have some suggestions like the Barbearian should have a wolf friend like in Battleheart legacy and they should add Geamancy like summening golems and they should add ninjas like in Battleheart and the skill charm but eaither way Battleheart 2 is a really good game you should play it
  • A fantastic mobile experience

    By Rockwhisperer123
    Mika mobile consistently puts out spectacular mobile titles. Many games try to work around mobile controls instead of embracing them, and the Battleheart series is a great example of the latter. This game plays like a dream, and sets the bar for how I expect mobile games to handle. I played a ton of the first Battleheart back in the day and immediately bought the sequel when it came out. Of course everyone will compare it to the first game and so I must as well. The diversity of characters and how you can build and upgrade each one is great, but I was a little disappointed at the relatively low level cap and grindy nature of this game. I think the linear nature of the first game lead to more tuned encounters instead of picking encounters based on rewards. Buying some of the upgrades requires you to run missions over and over again, and quickly lead to me turning down the difficulty at end game to clear encounters faster. The first playthrough felt great though and I will likely make another playthrough with different characters at some point. I easily put 14 hours into my first playthrough and there is definitely room for replayability.
  • Loved the legacy.

    By DigitalBlack
    Let me start by saying...I loved Battleheart Legacy...well done game for adventurers. I would have readily dropped $50 for expansions to that game. This game...I am really trying to lvl 18...but wow...did you devs miss the mark. There is no adventure to this game, no reward system that compels you to move forward, no char development, no story, no reason to stick with chars. The good: You get to choose your merry band of pirates...awesome, you get to equip gear...even better! Graphics are fun, battle engine is solid. The bad: That is where any semblance of a good game stops. The gameplay itself is grindy to the max. They dont even give you new battle scenarios. You are put into the middle of a screen and monsters come at you from the sides. Your reward for defeating them? To go to exactly the same battle with a different background. If you work really hard you get to go to the same screen with slightly harder monsters. If you work hard and get nice get to fight the same monsters again! For variety they change the shape of monsters. Sorry you all failed hard, this game will sell for a bit but wont have any staying power and you will have to grind out another game.
  • Related multiplayer connection loss

    By Darkonis_IT
    I love the games. I played the first and have been a fan ever since. I was, and still am, very excited about the multiplayer, but the connection continuously drops, and no, it’s not my internet (I work in IT). I will happily increase the rating once you resolve the issues with loss of connection to the master server during multiplayer.
  • Glitching

    By Invictus Sin
    Constantly crash glitching where you lose your progress.