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 ( 657 Reviews)
  • Price:
Battleheart 2 App Ratings: 4
Total 657 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

  • The only review you’ll ever need.

    By The bourbonbear
    Loved the original battle heart, and this one holds not quite exact, but a vary close flavor to the first. I recommend both as great fun games that you can sit down and play in some of your spare time.
  • Painfully grindy

    By ABMesso
    I’ve tried for months to play this game, but every time I turn it on I’m just immediately turned off. 1) gold is extremely hard to come by, you can choose to get gold, crystals, or skill points.... but it’s not like these battles are quick. There’s usually 5-7 waves of painfully slow combat for a minuscule reward. 2) combat is atrocious. Why do I have to swipe every single time I want my characters to attack an enemy? Why can I not see their skill on the screen without clicking the characters? This is such a careless design flaw that it’s staggering. Combat is simply just a chore. 3) That’s it.... that’s literally the whole entire game. Painfully slow and labor filled combat over and over and over and over for a small gain.
  • Not good enough

    By RpgGamer00001
    Previous Battlehearts are ok but the new should be improved. You need a broader leveling system with no level cap so you can build your power and laugh at how weak the guys that destroyed u before are now. The power limit is so bad. More gold more crystals more skill points. Missions should offer a lot more. Need more missions over 30...really? 30 missions? Level cap 30?....really? Power should be limitless or limit it just before the cpu can’t handle it. Level 11003 should be weak. PvP? Players should be able to build power and fight even if it’s not live. Your stats versus theirs. More rewards more rewards!!! This is minimum wage!! You all need to do BETTER!! I can’t spend all my time playing this game I have things to do. Pay me more in game currency! I can’t grow off of this. Do better!!!!
  • Disappointed.

    By Martymart76
    No monk? No ninja? New classes? How about a Druid? Dragoon? What’s going on? No tavern to find new heroes and add them? Why even bother upgrading weapons armor and accessories with crystals at all if better ones drop and are in the shop? Why waste crystals? I’ve waited so long for this game. Just really sad at how little is actually there. Graphics are good. Sound is good. Can’t repeat bosses?? Why????
  • Satisfying but repetitive.

    By Lingrush24
    Pros: Each character feels unique. It’s fun to gradually learn how to make my party work well together. Upgrade system provides interesting decisions. Battles are just the right length. Cons: Battles all start to feel the same, and progress to new levels is slow. But unlike in most games, the grinding is fun. Controls take some getting used to. It’s especially difficult when characters are close together and I can’t select the one I want.
  • Some things great...

    By major fail here
    One glaring thing seems purposefully terrible. First the good: Fantastic art. I found myself actively looking at it instead of simply enjoying it as a matter of course. Well done. Notice I didn’t simply refer to it as “graphics”. Next; decent character concepts and execution. The terrible; at some point in the game gold, skill points, and revisiting old boss fights all lose their value. Gold and skill points end up having 0 value. So, arena it is. Where you randomly get crystals, gold, or skill points as a reward. You need crystals to upgrade gear and progress. Crystals “always” have value. So you do 1-50 over and over and over again to get enough crystals to do 1-55 over and over and over again. Rinse and repeat. Now. You could get crystals faster starting out at first, by doing targeted quests. Except... there are diminishing returns on repeat rewards. Forcing you to do something other than seek crystals. Something that literally has, 0 value. Making questing lose much of its value. And overall just needlessly frustrating. So yeah, just arena. Where you have a 66% chance to get a reward that is 100% useless to you. I feel like I’m being discouraged/punished for actively seeking to do the one thing left for me to do. No thanks.
  • An excellent Sequel, but No Paladin!

    By ColdObiWan
    If you know and love the first Battleheart, you’ll know and love this game. It’s a graphical and interactive improvement over the excellent first. My one complaint? The late-arriving characters from the first game (paladin, ranger) are nowhere to be found!
  • No updates

    By says u
    No updates for 5 months, the game gets so dull so fast and with no updates it gets even worse, very disappointing because of how long everyone was waiting for this
  • Lack of quests. Just a grind

    By Avatorn
    The main story is without any sense of quests, character development is sorely lacking. It feels like they give everything to you. Nothing like BH Legacy, which was a gem. This game is not worth it.
  • Reigning masters of mobile mechanics

    By CRFTN
    As with all Mika Mobile games, it plays like a dream. Menus, movement, actions skills, and more all feel natural even on my smaller iPhone SE screen. Deep character/item upgrading system gives me a reason to keep coming back to enjoy that gameplay, too. I have 30+ hours in the first game and can see myself far exceeding that in this one