Game Introduction - Supreme Heroes
Supreme Heroes is an online card-based fighting game where you earn ability cards, gear, and experience to create a fearsome crime-fighting superhero. Gamezebo’s quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.
Quick Start Guide
- To download the game, click the “Play Now” button at the top of this page.
- Once downloaded, click the “play” button.
- That’s it! You’re ready to start the game!
How to Play:
- Main Menu: This is the hub of Supreme Heroes. It is here where you will access the menu to battle other players, complete missions, and much more.
- Energy: Energy is what you will need to complete missions. You’ll complete missions by selecting the “missions” button at the base of the screen. The missions are set up as different chapters of a comic book. There is not a whole lot to the missions—it’s simply pressing a “complete mission” button over and over and draining your energy to zero. A few missions will have you fighting bosses, but these are few and far in between. The missions will give you experience, stat points, cash, and card packs. Once you run out of energy, you can use your “supremium” (the game’s premium currency) to fill your energy up, or use energy bar consumables that you can get from card packs or as bonuses from completing missions.
- Mutating Abilities: The way that your character strikes and defends itself is through its abilities. The abilities come in the form of cards and form your offensive and defensive capabilities in combat within missions and fights with other controlled players. By mutating the abilities, you can put a number of the same cards together to increase their effectiveness. You will want to frequently mutate your abilities. Having four of the same card in your offensive arsenal all of the same style and strength does not make much sense, so combining them all into one stronger card makes more sense. This process will cost cash, but will make you much more forceful in combat. Make sure that you frequently check your “abilities” tab in the “Hero” menu to see what cards you can mutate.
- Gear: Gear is another way that your character can be made more formidable in combat. The gear can increase your defense, attack, mobility (ability to dodge attacks), critical hit chance, and much more. As the above screenshot shows, there are four tiers of gear, and ideally you’ll want legendary gear in all of your different gear slots. Gear follows traditional RPG fair, so you’ll have helmets, shoulder pads, chest plates, boots, belts, and so on. You’ll equip gear from the “Hero” tab on the main menu. It will give you the option to equip and “fuse” gear.
- Fused Gear: Throughout your mission journeys and your pack purchases, you’ll earn gear. After you have played for a time, some gear will not be as useful to you. When this situation arises, you have the ability to fuse gear to make better gear even stronger. A good rule of thumb is to use gear that is higher tier to equip first, and then use any subsequent gear to fuse to it. This will make you sturdier in combat.
- Battles: Aside from missions, battles are the only other source of earning experience and cash in Supreme Heroes. When you go to the “Battle” menu, you are presented with five other player-controlled heroes to fight. In it, you are given their level and life, and can tap for more details on their abilities, gear, and so on. From there you can decide whether or not to attack. These battles, and the battles that are fought in the missions, are completed through a dice roll and you have no active participation to worry about. In this regard, it is purely through your pre-battle preparation that the battle is won or lost. Fusing your gear to be the best it can be, mutating your abilities, and equipping buffs to your character will all increase your chances of winning the fight. If you attack a player and lose, you earn no experience or cash, so pick your battles wisely—you don’t want to burn your battles on wasted efforts, as they take some time to recharge.
- Consumables: Consumables can be an extremely important aspect of Supreme Heroes, and easy to overlook. There are three consumables types: energy, fighting, and “buffs.” The first two are easy enough to explain, as they simply recharge your energy and battle points so you can complete missions and fight other players. “Buffs” are combat bonuses that will help you be more successful in combat, as each can give you defensive and offensive boosts for a certain amount of time. Before you battle other players, ensure that you have buffs equipped if at all possible to give yourself the best chance at besting your foes. In addition, use your consumables to give yourself more energy and ability to fight, as this will allow you to level up quicker and progress through the game.
- Making the Most of Leveling: When you level your character, there will be a variety of rewards for doing so. Chief among them is a complete restoration of energy and battle points. As you near your next level, you can back off using consumables to a degree. Once you reach your new level, you can quickly drain yourself of the refill, and only then should you use your consumables to keep completing missions and engage other players.
- Stat Points: As you complete missions and earn levels, you will earn stat points. These points can be placed in three different areas: attack, defense, and mobility. I prefer to have a strong attack and rely on the opponent missing me, rather than having a stout defense. I also use buffs and gear to increase my defense. However, there is no one right way to play the game, though this strategy has seemed to work for me (outside of the few embarrassing times I could not hit the other player and they made quick work of me).
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