Conquerors of Kolhar Now Conquering Mobile

Earlier this year, IGM announced the advent of Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar. A joint project between publisher Phoenix Online and the French developer Cuve Games, Conquerors of Kolhar brings the player into a world threatened by an evil prophecy. Sijsen, Queen of Kolhar, has summoned Allen the paladin, Yaha the warrior, and Benedict the mage to retrieve a mysterious artifact, which is Kolhar’s only hope of surviving the prophecy. With the help of additional heroes recruited along the way, they must complete the quest or their kingdom is doomed.


Originally released for PC, Mac, and Linux, the creators are pleased to announce that Conquerors of Kolhar is now available for both Apple and Android devices. As in the computer version, players will battle against more than 130 monsters in encounters both random and story-driven. They will craft weapons and armor to increase their heroes’ strength and skill, and unlock special hidden abilities and powers. The adventure is enhanced by the fast reaction-based mobile gameplay.


Against the ancient evil which endangers Kolhar, the heroes must wield both might and magic. The farther into the rich mystic tale the player journeys, the more challenges, friends, and enemies will be unlocked. Players can select from among dozens of powers and capabilities to carefully build a balanced team, choosing just the right combinations of heroes for each scenario. Fantasy role-playing meets strategy as your warriors fight for glory, amass experience points, and collect extraordinary artifacts to help them on their way.


Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar can be found in both the Apple App Store and the Google Play store for just $3.99 USD. The original version, available for computer gamers for $9.99 USD, can still be found on Steam and other online retailers. See what further adventures Phoenix Online has in store for gamers by visiting their Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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