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An RPG style game created for the Greek Mytholojam 2018. Created in a similar style to early Final Fantasy, Zelda and Pokemon games, the player assumes the role of legendary Greek Hero Heracles (otherwise known as Hercules). Play as Heracles as you complete the fabled Labours for King Eurystheus, as penance for severe crimes.

NOTE: This is just a short prototype, created for the Greek Mytholojam 2018. 


Styled after classic RPGs/JRPGs from the past.

Navigate the ancient greek world, stumbling upon powerful creatures and legendary beasts.

This game is just a demo, the full game is currently a work in progress.

Also, please note: while the game attempts to stay faithful to the myths of Heracles, obviously these myths have had many re-tellings over the years.  This is our interpretation of those myths, with all sorts of extras added in to provide a more entertaining storyline.


Arrow Keys - Move/Navigate Menus

Escape Key - Pause Menu

Future Features

All 12 Labours will be incorporated into the game.

Many side quests will be available.

Gods, Giants, Titans and more will be roaming Ancient Greece, waiting to be found. Some may already be present!

Download for Windows now!

Don't forget to please leave comments and feedback either in the comments below, or on Social Media. All feedback will be instrumental in shaping the final version of the full game.

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorAllus Interactive
GenreRole Playing
Made withRPG Maker
Tagsgreekmytholojam2018, RPG Maker
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any)


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

LoH-Windows.zip 182 MB


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I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game although it was a little difficult and I wished it was longer.
I recognise it is a game demo and you mentioned on this page you intend to continue with the project.
Would you be intrested in bundling our greek history projects in the future? As, they are of the same genre and type...