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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Twilight Heroes is a turn-based role playing game. By day you're an underpaid and unappreciated worker at a pain-in-the-neck job, but as the sun goes down you don a mask and a cape and patrol the streets in an attempt to clean up the crime-riddled and corrupt city you live in.

Along the way your hero or heroine will develop super powers, such as amazing strength, mastery of the elements, or the ability to manipulate things with your mind. As you grow in power you acquire more skills and items, and face an increasingly challenging series of goals, quests, and super-villains. You can choose from powerful talismans to channel your abilities through, and build a secret base to use as your hideout and refuge when you're not fighting crime. Just don't stay up too late, or you might have to face consequences the next day at work.

Twilight Heroes is free to play and has no advertising.

Name: Twilight Heroes
Developer: Quirkz Media
Category: RPG
Type: Browser
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/14/2007 07:47:00 PM:  
Fun! Like Kingdom of Loathing, except different. Plus: Super-powers! Always appreciated.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/14/2007 10:22:00 PM:  
I read about this on the web about a week ago - I think too many people were using it and it ran terribly slowly, and getting an error every second or thid page. Is it running decently now?
Blogger Jcsworld said at 11/15/2007 12:43:00 AM:  
Checked it out, runs quite fast now. Pages load pretty much instantly!
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/15/2007 01:21:00 AM:  
That reminds me of a survival game i've found a while ago called Urban Dead. It's a text based game which you are in a city with other players and you have to fend your self from zombies. Think of Dawn of the Dead, but as a text based survival game.

Here's a link to it:

Blogger PoisonedV said at 11/15/2007 07:36:00 PM:  
Ugh, I have had enough of these games, You have to wait several days for your ticks to refill, then if you neglect it for 2 days you are so far behind. Not to mention, pay to upgrade items piss me off.