Random Heroes Cheats And Tips
What do a cheerleader, a lunatic and a court jester have in common? They're but three characters in Random Heroes, a straightforward 2D platformer where players attempt to save the Earth from swarms of evil monsters. Well, that and collect as many silver and gold coins as possible. On that note, the game packs quite a punch in terms of difficulty, and to help you emerge victorious, we forged this Random Heroes cheats and tips guide to keep your chosen character among the living.
Random Heroes is one of the few iPhone and iPad games where you can grab a sizable amount of loot without having to open your wallet. Of course, those who need a quick fix can do just that. Just pause the game, click Shop, then Get Money.
2,000 Coins: $0.99
8,000 Coins: $2.99
25,000 Coins: $4.99
50,000 Coins: $9.99
Let's face it, you won't get very far with a standard 9mm pistol. With this in mind, don't be afraid to spend coins to buy superior gun. Turns out, each weapon differs in both damage and rate of fire, so go for something with maximum stopping power.
-9mm Pistol ($0): Low Damage, Medium Rate of Fire
-Revolver ($400): Medium Damage, Medium Rate of Fire
-9mm Submachine Gun ($900): Low Damage, High Rate of Fire
-Shotgun ($1,700): High Damage, Low Rate of Fire
-Assault Rifle ($2,000): Low Damage, High Rate of Fire
-Rocket Launcher ($3,200): High Damage, Low Rate of Fire
-Flamethrower ($3,500): Medium Damage, High Rate of Fire
-Minigun ($4,800): Medium Damage, High Rate of Fire
-Pulse Rifle ($5,500): High Damage, High Rate of Fire
Unlock Better Heroes
You begin Random Heroes as a Bandit, AKA a relative weakling compared to the game's other characters, some of which differ in Health, Agility and Damage. With this in mind, upgrading will definitely give you an edge during the tougher stages.
-Bandit ($0): Low Health, Low Agility, Low Damage
-Girl ($0): Low Health, Low Agility, Low Damage
-Honest Abe ($0): Low Health, Low Agility, Low Damage
-Trucker ($0): Low Health, Low Agility, Low Damage
-Indiana ($1,000): Low Health, Low Agility, Low Damage
-Lunatic ($1,000): Low Health, Medium Agility, Low Damage
-Police Man ($1,000): Low Health, Low Agility, Medium Damage
-Robber ($1,000): Low Health, Low Agility, Medium Damage
-Cheerleader ($2,000): Low Health, Medium Agility, Low Damage
-Evil Scientist ($2,000): Medium Health, High Agility, Low Damage
-Miner ($2,000): Medium Health, Low Agility, Medium Damage
-Robodude ($2,000): High Health, Low Agility, High Damage
-Jester ($3,000): High Health, High Agility, Low Damage
-Neo ($3,000): High Health, High Agility, High Damage
-Nun ($3,000): High Health, High Agility, Low Damage
-Zombie ($3,000): High Health, Low Agility, Medium Damage
You Always Keep What You Grab
Here's another thing we like about Random Heroes. When you die, the game lets you keep the coins you collected before meeting that tragic end. Makes having to restart from the beginning of the stage easier to swallow.
Avoid Killing Enemies Near Ledges
Destroying enemies results in silver and gold coins flying all over the place. In most cases, this is good, except when the sucker explodes near a ledge. When this happens, there's a good chance those coins will fall into a spiked pit, leaving you with a somewhat tough decision. Jump in to collect, knowing it may kill you (remember, you always keep what you grab), or leave the precious loot behind.
On that note, do your best to kill bad guys as far away from spiked pits as possible.
Study Enemy Patterns
Does a monster simply walk back and forth? How about the one that disappears behind its armor, then pops up and fires a shot? Then we have the tiny slug-like critters that burst forth from the ground. Bottom line, it's always smart to know what you're up against.
You Can't Stock Up On Med Kits
Sorry, but you can only use a med kit on the spot, when your health bar isn't full. Otherwise, you must leave it behind.
Don't Make Leaps Of Faith
You won't take damage falling from great heights, unless you land in a bed of spikes. On that note, take the slow but safe way down.