App description: America wasnt built in a day! Explore five exciting eras of American history through dozens of mini-games and experience what it was like to expand the boundaries of the American frontier.

Frontier Heroes is part of Planet H -- a new brand from HISTORY, created for kids to explore historical topics and eras through play.

Frontier Heroes tests your smarts, skills, and reflexes as you work your way through an illustrated version of American history, from pre-Colonial days through the California Gold Rush. Complete era-specific challenges to unlock more exciting adventures, and collect Did You Knows to learn mind-blowing facts about the ol US of A.

Experience what it was like to be alive during Early American times, the Colonial Period, the American Revolution, life on the Frontier and during The Gold Rush. Youll get a rush from completing each level and seeing how the challenges and rewards resulted in the amazing country America is today.

Special Game Features Include:
-Play through five Eras of American History with dozens of mini-games.
-Collect D.Y.K. facts across this and all other Planet H games.
-Master multiple levels of difficulty in each eras challenges.
-Touchscreen optimized gameplay means youll be poking, dragging, and shaking for hours!
-20+ addicting challenges unique to their historical era.
-Throw tea into Boston Harbor, throw Native American tomahawks, pan for gold, help Benjamin Franklin discover electricity, and more!
-Highly stylized animation brings the past to life.
08-08-2014, 09:52 AM
#11
Joined: Mar 2014
Location: Germany
Posts: 74
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Originally Posted by Pepelutin View Post
Someone has tried it? Looks funny.
First I was totally interested in this one and Empire Run, the other Planet H game coming out last wednesdey, and this wednesday again. But then I saw that the description says age 9 to 11.

After some hesitatement I persuaded myself to buy and try Empire Run, (I'm into runners, sort of ... ), and now I can tell you: These games are designed for kids. Doesn't mean that this one can't be funny, though.
08-09-2014, 02:56 AM
#12
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Originally Posted by srtmxx View Post
First I was totally interested in this one and Empire Run, the other Planet H game coming out last wednesdey, and this wednesday again. But then I saw that the description says age 9 to 11.

After some hesitatement I persuaded myself to buy and try Empire Run, (I'm into runners, sort of ... ), and now I can tell you: These games are designed for kids. Doesn't mean that this one can't be funny, though.
Ok, thanks. I think i'll pass this one. Maybe i'll get it later.
08-11-2014, 03:05 AM
#13
The Gameplay:


Beta Testing : Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities, Sky Force 2014

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