Summary: This is kind of a reverse tower-defense game. The board becomes stronger as you race to strengthen your powers. It's fun to play the fire-breathing dragon, killing knights and giants. This game can be really frustrating at times, but only because it's so addictive. It would be a perfect Vita game, so let's hope for Hoard 2.
Summary: Got the game for $2.86 in a Steam sale, and I am enjoying it. The game doesn't seem to have a lasting hold over me, but at 10 minutes a pop it's pretty entertaining. Simple controls, essentially a twin stick shooter where you play as a dragon trying to grab loot. I recommend playing it with a game pad of some sort. The game is all about score, there is no progression as any progress made on your dragon starts back at 0 the next game.
Summary: this game can easily keep you occupied for a nice amount of time. it has a fun and simple level up system that keeps the game moving forward. being a dragon, fighting knights, and kidnapping princesses could not be more fun.
Summary: Fun little game. I've found this game to be a great little time waster, if I have an extra ten or twenty minutes, but not the hours it takes to get involved with some games, I will start this game, eat a few knights, ransom a few princesses, collect tons of loot and generally be happy. This game is a quick fix, and satisfies the occasional itch I get for old-school type simple and fun game s. The game is not intricately in depth, which is not necessarily a bad thing.
Summary: The idea is great. The game itself is mediocre at best. The gameplay is way too fast and hectic for my taste, and a single game is rarely more than 5 minutes of playing. The fast gameplay doesn't sit well with keyboard control and I'll highly recommend a D-pad type controller. There is 4 different game modes, but it all boils down to the same: burn, kill and plunder. This game is good fu n if you can't find anything else to do, but it gets old pretty fast.
Summary: I love this game! The theme is pulled off very well. I feel like I'm looking down at a tabletop game that has come to life... and I'm controlling my own little dragon! How cool is that, right? Seriously. It's just too fun. Hoard struck me as a little simple when I first gave it a whirl, but I quickly realized that it's quite the strategy game! So many choices to make! Hoard has a nic e selection of gameplay modes.
Summary: Bought the 4 pack in the steam sale so it worked out as just over Â£2.50 each and I've got to say I don't think I've ever bought anything for Â£10 that is better than this. Great fun when you're playing it in a group. There are different upgrades you can take to benefit the team differently. Haven't played it solo but played a lot of multiplayer and its great fun. H ad no problems connecting to people and am really enjoying it. 10/10 for the price I paid!
Summary: Decently interesting, looks to have a good variety of modes and options. Considering there is far more content in this PC version than there was in the initial release on PS3 and PSP, PLUS it's cheaper than it was on those systems, it's a pretty good deal. No story or anything, but it's intended to be pure fun in light bites. Find some friends willing to join in with you and get the 4-pack for some multiplayer action.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The concept of the game is nice, but the implementation is lacking. The game is very unstable and crashes a lot. Controlling your dragon is very unintuitive. I wasn't able to find partners for online games. All in all it's a nice little game for a few hours but it gets old fast.