Save the world of Adenthia from the clutches of darkness
Dragonheir: Silent Gods Android for PC is an immersive open-world role-playing game set in Adenthia, a kingdom that is being threatened by the forces of evil and you will be the one to wage an epic battle to free it.
A new adventure has just begun
The world of Adenthia needs a hero, a brave warrior capable of forming their own army to face the creatures that lurk in every corner. When you log in, you will be able to choose between four races, Human, Dwarf, Semi-Elf or Lizardmen, and you will also be able to customize their appearance. And although customization is limited, this is compensated with impressive graphics, a very well developed art style, and a soundtrack that fills the game with personality.
Dragonheir: Silent Gods APK has an easy to understand interface and its gameplay is intuitive, you simply have to click with your mouse to direct the character to the place or you can direct it with the keyboard controls. Battles run in automatic, but you can choose when to activate special skills. A great detail is the incorporation of chance in the game, its dice system is organically integrated with the mechanics, and you can hit or miss a critical attack, a control skill, a negotiation with an NPC, or even contests.
Get ready to write your own story in a game where your decisions matter.
The game has more than 200 heroes of different classes and elements that you can obtain with summoning mechanics to add them to our team. Being open world, you will have the freedom to explore at will or follow the main story if you wish and face dungeons, bosses, sieges and more, and if you decide to play cooperatively, it opens a new range of possibilities, as you can face even stronger enemies. So, are you ready to download Dragonheir: Silent Gods for PC and save the world of Adenthia?
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Windows 7
- Offers in-app purchases.
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