[dropcaps]F[/dropcaps]inding the opportunity to game can be difficult with a busy life and all of the other entertainment options currently available to us. Even more time consuming is sifting past all of the garbage foolery of games available that lack originality and are copy cat after copycat.


Although Clicker Heroes, an RPG tap adventure that allows you to hire heroes to attack monsters might just be the solution to your thirst for casual gaming.

Clicker Heroes Rated E for everyone is now available for download via The Google Playstore for Free with in-app purchases ranging from $1.99-$99.99 per item.



There is no setup. Literally I downloaded the game then immediately after completion I found myself on a platform-battling a monster.


In Clicker Heroes, you assume the role as “hero for hire”. As the hero, your job is to kill monsters such as Spit Flower, Sasquatch, Angry Potato and many more.  To start off, I have to say Clicker Heroes is extremely addictive. This endless clicker RPG game objective is to tap the screen as fast as you can to defeat the monster in front of you. After defeating the monster, you will gain coins. After you have collected enough coins you can use those coins to upgrade(level up) your characters strength, accuracy, or even hire more heroes.  Also throughout your adventure you will need to collect jewels. Jewels allow you to power up  and increase your click damage( the damage achieved by every finger tap) that you do to the monsters you battle.

To complete each level you have a boss fight. Battling the boss is a little more difficult and you have a limited amount of time to beat the boss before having to restart.

I previously stated that Clicker Heroes is addictive which is true. Although what makes the game interesting is the assortment of colorful, scary, goofy characters that you face that you effortlessly beat by quickly tapping the screen. The game has quality crisp graphics, and a cool theme song that plays throughout the game on every level I got to.

What makes Clicker Heroes good also is its downfall. I am an avid fan of casual gaming. I enjoy being able to pick up and play a game as I see fit and when I have other things to do I can easily quit and come back to it when I have time.

The first time I played Clicker Heroes I was first thrust inside of the game after download. There was no splash screen or introduction and I just had to figure it out. Once I began to play and understood all I had to do was just rapidly press the screen and the monster would explode and coins flew out of it. After about 20 minutes of playing and about 9 levels deep the thrill wore off.  Every level every time you just see a monster on a platform in front of you and within seconds you defeat it. Clicker Heroes is a well design app and is packed full of interesting characters. I just would have liked the option to navigate into the worlds where the creatures came from instead of just battling them on a platform.

What We Like

  • Colorful graphics/creative characters
  • Addictive game play
  • No setup able to play immediately

What We Didn’t Like

  • Redundant game play
  • Inability to maneuver through the game stuck on a platform
  • Simplistic and predictable game play

Who would enjoy Clicker Heroes?

Clicker Heroes quick game play and immediate positive fulfillment is great for the casual gamer who has minimal gaming time. Also with an E rating and predictable addictive game play Clicker Heroes is a fun nongruesome gaming experience for young users.

Clicker Heroes Summary.

Clicker Heroes has many ingredients for success, superheroes, creative villains, casual game play and high-resolution graphics.  The addictive initial gameplay  created immediate excitement. Although as time and redundancy struck me my interest quickly faded.

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