Unruly Heroes is set to kick punch and bring the brawl to your mobile phone when it hits iOS and Android storefronts on 18 March.
Perfect World Games has just announced Unruly Heroes is set to bring its own blend of Kung-Fu fueled mayhem onto iOS and Android devices in a few days. Originally released back in 2019 across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 this 2D adventure brings all the same platforming power and action that big screen adventurers had to the on the go warrior. Based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West, this mix of intense obstacles, well-designed challenges, and big old bosses will test the skill and reactions of anybody willing to get a grip on this small screen port.
Unlike many free to play big budget mobile games we’ve covered of late, Unruly heroes is a premium title with a buy to play cost of $1.99. That means no micro transactions and a total of 4 chapters, 29 levels, and 81 sub-levels straight from the word go, totaling around 8 to 10 hours of playtime. You’ll also get tons of character customization, from in game rewards we’d expect, and a plug in assistant to help you thorough if things get too tough, because there’s no need to gate your progression for gacha.
As Unruly heroes was a big screen console title, you’ll also get native controller support as part of the deal. All in, not a bad bit of value. Sure, this isn’t the immersive 3D world of Pascal’s Wager but sometimes I like a bit of cartoon violence while I wait for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge to drop. Check out Unruly Heroes over on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store now before it punches its way up the app store charts on 18 march.