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Hero Program 99 is a 3D Multiplayer Historic and Mythological Fighting Game created by Xsizter, developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Activision and released on July 10, 2016. The game costs 29.99 USD or 29.99 EURO.

Two free downloadable DLC was released on August 15, 2016 and on December 20, 2016. The first DLC released was titled the Mythic Monsters which included 8 new heroes to the game (Medusa, Minotaur, Polyphemus, Daji, Fenrir, Cerberus, Apep and Ao Kuang) and 2 new maps (Polyphemus' Cave and The Underworld). The second DLC released was titled the Age of Champions which included 8 new heroes to the game (Beowulf, Perseus, Karna, Theseus, Atalanta, Ajax, Cu Chulainn and King Arthur) with 2 new maps (Tintagel Castle and Taj Mahal).

People who pre-ordered the game received a Deity DLC Character Pack which contains 6 additional characters (Poseidon, Hades, Osiris, Xbalanque, Amaterasu and Susanoo) and 1 new map (Atlantis). It was released worldwide for free on August 28, 2016.

An expansion pack titled Dawn of the Titans was released July 10, 2017 on the anniversary of the game's release , it added 10 new heroes (Uranus, Gaia, Cronus, Atlas, Helios, Hippolyta, Merlin, Katonda, Chaac and Heimdallr), 4 new maps (Themyscira, Xibalba, Yggdrasil and Hanging Gardens of Babylon) and 4 new chapters (Hunger of Cronus, Wrath of Gaia, Sky and Fire, Uranus' Might). The expansion costs 9.99 USD or 9.99 EURO.

A Free DLC Character Pack titled Lost Treasures was released during Christmas on December 24, 2017 as a thank you gift from Vicarious Visions for sticking around with them with Hero Program 99, it included 6 unseen and cut beta heroes and gods from the game (Hachiman, Artemis, Cernunnos, Menelaus, Balor and Kamehameha I).

The second and last expansion titled Legends of the Seven Sea was released March 21, 2019 which added 12 new heroes (Blackbeard, Redbeard, Francois l'Olonnais, William Kidd, Black Bart, Thomas Tew, Anne Bonny, Cheung Po Tsai, Mary Read, Long Ben, Christopher Myngs and Edward Low)  4 new maps (Davy Jones' Locker, Port Royal, Tortuga and Flying Dutchman) and 4 new chapters (Tale of the Locker, The Cursed Ship, Siege of Royal and Blackbeard's Rage). The expansion costs 9.99 USD or 9.99 EURO.

Synopsis

Hero Program 99 is a fighting game where you, the player can battle with over 35 with 15 unlockable historic heroes and gods re-created in simulation form in the futuristic world of the 2099 Earth. Play with the likes of Achilles, Sun Wukong, Sun Tzu and even the Allfather himself, Odin. Battle your way through 16 unique battlegrounds with 4 unlockable ones.

Heroes

  • There are 100 playable characters with the DLC and Expansion Packs included.

Main Game

Name Culture Background Weapon
Achilles Greek Hero of the Trojan War and the central and greatest warrior in Homer's Illiad. Shortsword
Hua Mulan Chinese A legendary woman warrior from the Southern and North Dynasties of Chinese history. Katana
Ching Shih Chinese A prominent pirate in the middle Qing China, who terrorized the China sea in the early 19th century. Dual Cutlass
Spartacus Greek A Thracian gladiator and one of the escaped slave leaders in the Third Servile War, a mayor slave uprising against the Roman Republic. Shortsword
Sun Wukong Chinese Also known as the Monkey King, is a mythological hero in the Chinese classic: Journey to the West. Staff
Toyotomi Hideyoshi Japanese A preeminent daimyo warrior, general, samurai and politician of the Sengoku peroid. Katana
Apollo Greek An important Olympian deity and the god of music, truth and prosperity, son of Zeus and Leto. Bow
Chiron Greek The superlative centaur amongst his brethren, as he was called the wisest and justests of the centaurs. Bow
Ned Kelly Australian An australian bushranger of Irish descent who fought against the tyrany of the police. Dual Pistols
Odysseus Greek A legendary Greek king of Ithaca and the hero of Homer's epic poem the Odyssey. Sword
Rama Hindu As the seventh avatar of Vishnu he faught against the demon Ravana to save his wife Sita. Bow
Shaka Zulu African He was one of the most influental monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom. Throwing Spear and Shield
Alexander the Great Greek He was the king of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and a member of the Argead dynasty. Shortsword
Heracles Greek A divine hero in Greek mythology, the son of Zeus and Alcmene and the greatest of the Greek heroes. Club
Napoleon French A french military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French revolution and led several successful campaigns. Shortsword
Thor Norse God of thunder, lightning, storms and wielder of the hammer Mjolnir, son of Odin. Hammer
Vercingetorix Celticc The chieftain of the Arverni who fought against Julius Caesar and his Roman Empire. Sword and Shield
Yi Sun-sin Korean A Korena naval commander, famed for his victories against the Japanese navy during the Imjin war in the Joseon Dynasty. Katana
Athena Greek The goddess of wisdow, craft and war in ancient Greek mythology. Spear and Shield
Julius Caesar Roman He was a roman politician, general and played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and rise of the Roman Empire. Sword
Gilgamesh Babylonian The main character of the Epic of Gilgamesh, an Akkadian poem that is considered the first great work of literature. Longsword
Odin Norse The allfather and also known as the god of healing, royalty, the gallows, knowledge and many more. Gungnir
Prometheus Greek One of the Titans in Greek Mythology, he stole the fire of Olympus and gave it to mankind. Ball and Chain
Ravana Hindu The antagonist in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana where he is depicted as Rakshasha the Great King of Lanka. Sword and Shield
Darius Persian He was the third king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire titled Darius the Great. Staff
Loki Norse The son of Farbauti and Laufey and afther to Hel and Fenrir and the world serpent Jormungandr. It is told that he will fight against the gods during Ragnarok. Daggers
Set Egyptian God of the desert, storms, disorder, violence and foreingners in the ancient Egyptian religion. Staff
Simon Bolivar Spanish Known as El Libertador, was a Venezuelan military and political leader who played a leading role in the estamblishment of sovereign states independent of Spanish rule. Longsword
Zeus Greek God of the sky, thunder and known as the king of the gods of Mount Olympus. Shield
Ahau Chamahez Mayan He is the mayan god of medicine and good health. Dagger
Ares Greek He is the greek god of war, one of the twelve olympians and son of Zeus and Hera. Sword and Shield
Guan Yu Chinese He was a general serving under the warlod Liu Bei in the late Eastern Han dynasty. Spear
Hiawatha Native American He was a pre-colonial Native American leader and co-founder of the Iroquis Confederacy. Staff
Ra Egyptian Ancient sun god in the Egyptian Mythology. Staff
Shennong Chinese He is a deity in the Chinese religion, a mythical sage ruler of prehistoric China and a god of healing. Plant

Unlockable Heroes

Name Culture Description Weapon
Roland French A frankish military leader under Charlemange who became one of the principal figures in the literacy cycle known as the Matter of France. Longsword
Yue Fei Chinese Courtesy name Pengju, was a Han Chinese military general who lived during the Southern Song dynasty. Bow
Eric Bloodaxe Norse He was a 10th century Norwegian ruler. He is though to have had short-lived terms as king of Norway and twice as King of Northumbria. Axe
Miltiades Greek He was an Athenian citizen known mostly for his role in the Battle of Macedon, as well as his downfall afterwards. Sword
Sun Tzu Chinese He was a Chinese general, military strategist and philosopher who lived in the Spring and Autumn period of Ancient China. Katana
Alaric the Visigoth Italian He was the first King of the Visigoths and son of chieftain Rothestes. Alaric is best known for his sack of Rome. Sword
Horatius Cocles Roman He was an officer in the army of the ancient Roman Republic who famously defended Pons Sublicius from the invading army of Lars Porsena. Sword and Shield
Basil II Byzantine He was a Byzantine Emperor from the Macedonian dynasty. Spear
Vlad the Impaler Romanian He was the second son of Vlad Dracul, who became the ruler of Wallachia. He was also the the prince of Wallachia three times between 1448 and his death. Sword and Spear
Richard the Lionheart British He was King of England drom 1189 until his death. He also ruled as Duke of Normandy, Aquantine and Gascony, Lord of Cyprus and Overlord of Brittany. Longsword
Miyamoto Musashi Japanese An expert Japanese swordsman and ronin he is known for his excellent and unique double-bladed swordsmanship and undefeated record of 60 duels. Katana
Leonidas I Greek He was a warrior king of the Greek city of Sparta, he participated in the Second Persian War and led the greek forces to a last stand at the Battle of Thermopylae. Spear and Shield
Genghis Khan Mongolian He was the Great Khan and founder of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his death. Sword
Tyr Norse He is a Germanic god associated with law and heroic glory in Norse mythology. Sword
Njord Norse A god among the Vanir, father of Freyr and Freyja and the god of the sea, seafaring, wind, fishing, wealth and crop fertility. Spear

DLC Heroes

Name Culture Description Weapon
Medusa Greek She is a monster and a Gorgon who would turn anyone that gaze into her eyes into stone. She was beheaded by the hero Perseus. Poison Bow
Minotaur Greek He was a creature with the head of a bull and body of a man, it dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth, the Minotaur was slain by the hero Theseus. Axe
Polyphemus Greek He is the giant son of Poseidon and Thoosa and one of the cyclops described in Homer's Odyssey. Club
Daji Chinese She was the favorite consort of King Zhou of Shang the last king of the Shang dynasty in ancient China. She is portrayed as a malevolent fox spirit. Claws
Fenrir Norse He is a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology. He is the son of Loki and is told that he will kill Odin during Ragnarok. Claws
Cerberus Greek It is often called the hound of Hades and is the monstrous multi-headed dog that guards the gates of the Underworld. Fire Breath
Apep Egyptian It was the ancient Egyptian deity who embodied chaos and was thus the opponent of light and Ma'at. Venom Spit
Ao Kuang Chinese He is the Dragon King of the East Sea in Chinese mythology. Fire Breath
Beowulf British He is a legendary Geatish hero in the epic poem named after him. Shortsword
Perseus Greek He was the legendary founder of Mycenae and one of the Perseid dynasty of Danaans, he was known as the greatest Greek hero and slayer of monsters before Heracles. Sword
Karna Hindu He is one of the central characters in the Hindu epic Mahabharata and is described as the king of Anga, he fought against misfortune his whole life and is often quoted for his sacrifice. Bow and Sword
Theseus Greek He was a mythical king and founder of Athens, like the other Greek heroes he battled and overcomed foes that were identified with an archaic religious and social order. Shortsword and Shield
Atalanta Greek She is a character in the Greek mythology, a virgin huntress, unwilling to marry and loved by the hero Meleager. Longbow
Ajax Greek He is a mythological Greek hero, the son of King Telamon and Periboea, and half-brother of Teucer. He is portrayed as a towering figure during the Trojan War. Spear and Shield
Cu Chulainn Celtic Known as the Hound of Ulster is an Irish mythological hero who appears in the stories of the Ulster cycle, as well as in the Scottish and Manx folklore. Spear
King Arthur Arthurian He is a legendary British leader who according to medival histories and romances, led the defense of Britain against Saxton invaders in the late 5th and early 6th centuries AD. Excalibur
Poseidon Greek He was one of the Twelve Olympians in ancient Greek religion and myth. He was god of the Sea and other waters. Trident
Hades Greek He was the ancient Greek chtonic good of the underworld, which eventually took his name. Staff
Osiris Egyptian He is an Egyptian god, identified as the god of the afterlife, the underworld and the dead, but more appropriately as the god of transition, resurrection and regeneration. Crook and Flail
Xbalanque Mayan He is one of the two Maya Hero Twins that are central figures of the narrative included within the colonial K'che' document called Popol Vuh. Bola
Amaterasu Japanese She is a major deity in the Shinto religion and is seen as the goddess of the sun, but also the universe. Katana
Susanoo Japanese Also known as Takehaya Susanoo-no-Mikoto and Kumano Ketsumiko no kami at the Kumano shrine, is the Shinto god of the sea and storms. Katana
Hachiman Japanese He is the syncretic deity of archery and war, incorporating elements from both Shinto and Buddhism. Although often called the god of war, he is more corretcly defined as the tutelary god of warriors. Katana and Bow
Artemis Greek She was one of the most widely venerated of the Ancient Greek deities, she is the goddess of the hunt and a virgin goddess. Bow
Cernunnos Celtic He is known as the horned god, god of fertility, life, animals, wealth and the underworld. Glaive
Menelaus Greek He was the king of Mycenaean Sparta, the husband of Helen of Troy and a central figure in the Trojan War. Sword and Shield
Balor Celtic He was king of the Fomorians, a group of supernatural beings. He is often described as a giant with a large eye in his forehead that wreaks destruction when oppened. Fire Chain
Kamehameha I Polytheistic He was the founder and the first ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Spear

Dawn of the Titans

Name Culture Description Weapon
Uranus Greek He was the primal Greek god personifying the sky. He was the son and husband of Gaia, Mother Earth. None
Gaia Greek She is the personification of Earth and one of the Greek primordial deities. Plant
Cronus Greek he was the leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans, the divine descendants of Uranus, the sky, and Gaia, the earth. Staff
Atlas Greek He was a Titan condemned to hold up the sky for eternity after the Titanomachy. Giant Ball
Helios Greek He was the personification of the Sun in Greek mythology. He is the son of the Titan Hyperion and Titaness Theia. None
Hippolyta Greek She was the Amazonian queen who possessed a magic girdle that was given to her by her father, Ares, the god of war. Sword
Merlin Arthurian He is a legendary figure best known as the wizard featured in Arthurian legend and medival Welsh poetry. Staff
Katonda African He is the creator god in the African mythology and is worshiped by the Buganda people of East Africa, is considered the father of the gods as well as the king and judge of the universe. None
Chaac Mayan He is a rain deity in Mayan mythology, wielding his lightning axe, he strikes the clouds and produces thunder and rain. Lightning Axe
Heimdallr Norse He is a Norse mythological god who possesses the resounding horn Gjallarhorn, owns the golden-maned horse Gulltoppr, has gold teeth and is the son of Nine Mothers. Hofuo

Legends of the Seven Seas

Name Culture Description Weapon
Blackbeard British Edward Teach was a notorius English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of Britain's North American colonies. Although little is known about his early life, he was probably born in Bristol, England. Cutlass
Redbeard Turkish Hayreddin Barbarossa or Barbarossa Hayreddin Pasha was an Ottoman admiral of the fleet who was born in the island of Lesbos and died in Constantinople, the Ottoman capital. Cutlass
Francois l'Olonnais French He was a French pirate active in the Caribbean during the 1660s. Cutlass
William Kidd Scottish He was a Scottish sailor who was tried and executed for piracy after returning from a voyage to the Indian Ocean. Sword
Black Bart Welsh Bartholomew Roberts was a Welsh pirate who raided ships off the Americas and West Africa between 1719 and 1722. He was the most successful pirate of the Golden Age of Piracy as messured by vessels captured, taking over 400 prizes in his career. Cutlass
Thomas Tew British Also known as the Rhode Island Pirate, was a 17th century English privateer-turned-pirate. He embarked on two major piratical voyages and met a bloody death on the second journey and he pioneered the route which became knwon as the Pirate Round. Cutlass
Anne Bonny Irish She was an Irish pirate operating in the Caribbean, and one of the several noted women in piracy. The little that is known of her comes largerly from Captain Charles Johnson's A General History of the Pyrates. Flintlock
Cheung Po Tsai Chinese He was a 19th century Chinese pirate known as a famous pirate in Hong Kong. He was the son of a Tanka fisherman who lived in Xinhui of Jiangmen but was kidnapped by the pirate Cheng I and his wife Ching Shih when he was 15. He was addopted by the kidnappers as their son. Cheung Po later took over the pirating business from his adoptive parents. Cutlass
Mary Read British Also known as Mark Read was an English pirate. She and Anne Bonny are the most famed female pirates of all time; they are the only two women known to have been convicted of piracy during the early 18th century, at the height of the Golden Age of Piracy. Cutlass
Long Ben British Henry Avery was an English pirate who operated in the Atlantic and Indian oceans in the mid 1960s. Dubbed The Arch Pirate and The King of Pirates by contempories, Avery was notorius. Flintlock
Christopher Myngs British Vice Admiral Sir Christopher Myngs was an English naval officer and privateer, came of a Norfolk family and was a relative of another admiral, Sir Cloudesley Shovell. Cutlass
Edward Low British Captain Edward "Ned" Low was a notorius English pirate during the latter days of the Golden Age of Piracy, in the early 18th century.  Cutlass

Alternate Skins

The game contains Alternate skins for all the Main Game and Unlockable characters, they can be unlocked by upgrading the certain hero to maximum with gold.

  • Achilles: Demigod
  • Hua Mulan: Royal
  • Ching Shin: Revolution
  • Spartacus: Gladiator
  • Sun Wukong: Elemental
  • Toyotomi Hideyoshi: White Robes
  • Apollo: Rockstar
  • Chiron: Moose
  • Ned Kelly: Civilian
  • Odysseus: Olympian Robes
  • Rama: Elf
  • Shaka Zulu: Witch Doctor
  • Alexander the Great: Spartan
  • Heracles: Gladiator
  • Napoleon: Red Robes
  • Thor: Metal
  • Vercingetorix: Cartoon
  • Yi Sun-sin: Admiral
  • Athena: Librarian
  • Julius Caesar: Roman Armor
  • Gilgamesh: Statue
  • Odin: Ragnarok
  • Prometheus: Enraged
  • Ravana: Eliminator
  • Darius: Goblin
  • Loki: Ragnarok
  • Set: Necromancer
  • Simon Bolivar: Black Suit
  • Zeus: DJ
  • Ahau Chamahez: Botanist
  • Ares: Underowlrd
  • Guan Yu: Tyrant
  • Hiawatha: Shaman
  • Ra: Mecha
  • Shennong: Cernnunos
  • Roland: Knight
  • Yue Fei: Front Line
  • Eric Bloodaxe: Valhalla
  • Miltiades: Talos
  • Sun Tzu: Librarian
  • Alaric The Visigoth: Persian
  • Horatius Cocles: Spartan
  • Basil II: Constantinople
  • Vlad the Impaler: Vampire
  • Richard the Lionheart: Paladin
  • Miyamoto Musashi: Samurai
  • Leonidas I: 300
  • Genghis Khan: Crusader
  • Tyr: Dragon Knight
  • Njord: Aquatic
  • Uranus: Olympian
  • Gaia: Winter
  • Cronus: Volcanic
  • Atlas: Weightlifer
  • Helios: Blue Flames
  • Hippolyta: Amazonian
  • Merlin: Headmaster
  • Katonda: Architect
  • Chaac: Slasher
  • Heimdallr: Royal Guard
  • Blackbeard: Whitebeard
  • Redbeard: Saint Nick
  • Francois l'Olonnais: King
  • William Kidd: Kilt
  • Black Bart: Desert
  • Thomas Tew: Camo
  • Anne Bonny: Military
  • Cheung Po Tsai: Emperor
  • Mary Read: Navy
  • Long Ben: Agent
  • Christopher Myngs: Admiral
  • Edward Low: Sailor

Battlegrounds

Main Game

  • Troy
  • Stonehenge
  • Valhalla
  • Olympus
  • Temple of Heaven
  • The Parthenon
  • Gilgamesh's Palace
  • Sparta
  • Great Pyramid of Giza
  • Styx
  • Naglfar
  • Hwangnyongsa
  • Great Wall of China
  • Bifrost
  • Cathedral of Chartres
  • Great Tent of Genghis Khan

Unlockable

  • Bran Castle
  • Temple of the Great Jaguar
  • Rock of Cashel
  • Great Palace of Constantinople

DLC

  • Polyphemus' Cave
  • The Underworld
  • Tintagel Castle
  • Taj Mahal
  • Atlantis

Dawn of the Titans

  • Themyscira
  • Xibalba
  • Yggdrasil
  • Hanging Gardens of Babylon

Legends of the Seven Seas

  • Davy Jones' Locker
  • Port Royal
  • Tortuga
  • The Flying Dutchman

Campaign Mode

Story Mode is the main campaign of Hero Program 99 which makes you do certain tasks and objectives during your fights against the heroes and gods.

Campaign mode is the only way to earn coins to purchase new heroes and gods by defeating every stage and the section's boss. Each stage the battles get harder and harder.

Stage 1: Song of Roland

Battle 1: Napoleon

Battle 2: Simon Bolivar

Battle 3: Shaka Zulu

Battle 4: Ching Shih

Boss: Roland

Stage 2: Battle of Marathon

Battle 1: Achilles

Battle 2: Prometheus

Battle 3: Apollo

Battle 4: Ares

Boss: Miltiades

Stage 3: Art of War

Battle 1: Toyotomi Hideyoshi

Battle 2: Yi Sun-sin

Middle Boss: Yue Fei

Battle 3: Hua Mulan

Battle 4: Sun Wukong

Boss: Sun Tzu

Stage 4: Pons Sublicious

Battle 1: Odysseus

Battle 2: Heracles

Middle Boss: Alaric the Visigoth

Battle 3: Julius Caesar

Battle 4: Darius

Boss: Horatius Cocles

Stage 5: Byzantine Empire

Battle 1: Set

Battle 2: Gilgamesh

Battle 3: Heracles

Battle 4: Shaka Zulu

Boss: Basil II

Stage 6: Vlad Dracula

Battle 1: Ned Kelly

Battle 2: Achilles

Middle Boss: Richard the Lionheart

Battle 3: Prometheus

Battle 4: Loki

Boss: Vlad the Impaler

Stage 7: King of Sparta

Battle 1: Julius Caesar

Battle 2: Chiron

Battle 3: Spartacus

Battle 4: Darius

Boss: Leonidas I

Stage 8: Conquest of Genghis Khan

Battle 1: Hiawatha

Battle 2: Shennong

Middle Boss: Miyamoto Musashi

Battle 3: Ahau Chamahez 

Battle 4: Gilgamesh

Boss: Genghis Khan

Stage 9: The Lawbringer

Battle 1: Vercingetorix

Battle 2: Thor

Battle 3: Set

Battle 4: Athena

Boss: Tyr

Stage 10: Turn of the Tides 

Battle 1: Loki

Battle 2: Ra

Middle Boss: Eric Bloodaxe

Battle 3: Zeus

Battle 4: Odin

Boss: Njord

Dawn of the Titans: Hunger of Cronus

Battle 1: Medusa

Battle 2: Minotaur

Battle 3: Hades

Battle 4: Cerberus

Boss: Cronus

Dawn of the Titans: Wrath of Gaia

Battle 1: Athena

Battle 2: Odysseus

Battle 3: Polyphemus

Battle 4: Chiron

Boss: Gaia

Dawn of the Titans: Sky and Fire

Battle 1: Apollo

Battle 2: Achilles

Middle Boss: Atlas

Battle 3:  Spartacu

Battle 4: Heracles

Boss: Helios

Dawn of the Titans: Uranus' Might

Battle 1: Hades

Battle 2: Ares

Battle 3: Poseidon

Battle 4: Zeus

Boss: Uranus

Legends of the Seven Seas: Tale of the Locker

Battle 1: Ching Shih

Battle 2: Francois l'Olonnais

Boss: William Kidd

Legends of the Seven Seas: The Cursed Ship

Battle 1: Thomas Tew

Battle 2: Cheung Po Tsai

Boss: Anne Bonny

Legends of the Seven Seas: Siege of Royal

Battle 1: Mary Read

Battle 2: Black Bart

Boss: Redbeard

Legends of the Seven Seas: Blackbeard's Rage

Battle 1: Long Ben

Middle Boss: Christopher Myngs

Battle 2: Edward Low

Boss: Blackbeard

Boss Rush

Boss Rush, as the name says is a boss rush mode where you fight all the bosses you faced after beating Campaign Mode. The mode has a Normal and Hard Mode. Hard Mode lets you unlock four new maps by completing it with four certain heroes.

A new mode was added in the Dawn of the Titans expansion called Godlike which is way horder than Hard Mode and it is more for the well skilled players.

Multiplayer

The multiplayer is the competitive and ranked side of Hero Program 99 where you go 1v1 against an opponent to climb the ranked ladder. After getting into each rank you earn Gold which can be then used to upgrade your heroes.

The ranks go like this:

  • Bronze (V, IV, III, II, I) [1 - 1499 SR] {100 Gold}
  • Silver (V, IV, III, II, I) [1500 - 1999 SR] {2500 Gold}
  • Gold (V, IV, III, II, I) [2000 - 2499 SR] {5000 Gold}
  • Platinum (V, IV, III, II, I) [2500 - 2999 SR] {10000 Gold}
  • Diamond (V, IV, III, II, I) [3000 - 3499 SR] {15000 Gold}
  • Master (V, IV, III, II, I)  [3500 - 3999] {28000 Gold}
  • Grandmaster [4000+] {50000 Gold}
  • Legend [Top 500 of your region, regardless of tire] {100000 Gold}

Achievements

Achievement Name How to Unlock
There is nothing permanent except change. Unlock your first Hero.
Beginning of great enterprises. Unlock five Heroes.
There is no harm in repeating a good thing. Unlock fifteen Heroes.
It is a habit. Unlock thirty Heroes.
Know your enemy and know yourself. Have all the main game Heroes unlocked.
Everything has a natural explanation. Unlock all the bonus unlockable Heroes.

The Song of Roland.

Unlock Roland by defeating him 3 times.
My wrath bristles through my helmet. Unlock Yue Fei by defeating him 3 times.
...Am I the sixth myself. Unlock Eric Bloodaxe by defeating him 3 times.
Hero of Marathon. Unlock Miltiades by defeating him 3 times.
Art of War. Unlock Sun Tzu by defeating him 3 times.
The thicker the hay, the easier mowed. Unlock Alaric the Visigot by defeating him 3 times.
Defender of Pons Sublicious.

Unlock Horatius Cocles by defeating him 3 times.

They can easily be imagined. Unlock Basil II by defeating him 3 times.
Vlad Dracula. Unlock Vlad the Impaler by defeating him 3 times.
King of England. Unlock Richard the Lionheart by defeating him 3 times.
The Ronin. Unlock Miyamoto Musashi by defeating him 3 times.
This is Sparta! Unlock Leonidas I by defeating him 3 times.
...a punishment like me upon you. Unlock Genghis Khan by defeating him 3 times.
The Lawbringer Unlock Tyr by defeating him 3 times.
God of the Sea Unlock Njord by defeating him 3 times.
Dracula's Castle Unlock Bran Castle by defeating Boss Rush with Vlad the Impaler.
Tikal Temple I Unlock Temple of the Great Jaguar by defeating Boss Rush with Ahau Chamahez.
Cashel of the Kings Unlock Rock of Cashel by defeating Boss Rush with Vercingetorix.
Height of the Byzantine Empire Unlock Great Palace of Constantinople by defeating Boss Rush with Basil II.
Smite the World Complete Campaign Mode.
Defeated a Second Time Complete Boss Rush on Hard Mode.
Unlimited Power Upgrade all the Heroes to maximum.
Midas Touch Gain 999999 Gold.
Hand of the Gods Complete Hard Mode under 4 deaths.
Well Dressed Unlock all the alternate costumes.
Ascended Complete the game 100%
The Mighty Shall Fall Complete the Dawn of the Titans campaign.
Twice Beaten Complete the Dawn of the Titans campaign on Hard Mode.
Taking It to It's limits. Complete Boss Rush on Godlike.
King of Olympus Complete the game 107%
Dead Men Tell No Tales Complete the Legends of the Seven Seas campaign.
To the Locker with You! Complete the Legends of the Seven Seas campaign on Hard Mode
To Hell and Back Complete the Legends of the Seven Seas campaign on Godlike Mode.
A Pirate's Life For me Complete the game 110%

Reception

The game received favorable reviews with people saying that it is like Tekken and Mortal Kombat combined with Age of Mythology/Empires and Smite. Metacritic gave the game 90/100 saying "Hero Program 99 is one of those rare fighting games that suck you in and makes you fell like you, yourself are battling on these historic landscapes and with such a huge character roster, it never gets boring!", Game Informer gave the game a 9/10 saying "Hero Program 99 might look like your average Mortal Kombat, Tekken and Street Fighter clone, but it combines and does so much of it's own things that it is a game that on it's own should be recognized.", IGN gave the game an 8/10 saying "Vicarious Visions does it again with a smashing hit with it's new title Hero Program 99, saying that they love the historic setting and theme this game has with the flavor of futuristic simulation it is in.".

Sequels and Expansions

Vicarious Visions said that they do not plan on making sequels and that they plan to do expansion packs in the future with new heroes, creatures, gods and locations.

An expansion pack titled Dawn of the Titans was released on July 10, 2017 on the anniversary of the game's release, it was met with mixed to positive reviews, Metacritic giving it a 75/100 saying "It's an ok expansion, nothing groundbreaking, it is great to have new heroes, battlegrounds and brand new stages to complete, so if you are a fan of Hero Program 99 pick this expansion up.", Game Informer gave it a 6/10 saying "Disappointing expansion for such a great action packed fighting game.", IGN gave it a 7.5/10 saying "What this expansion does right also does wrong, the new campaign missions are hit and miss with not adding more characters we haven't seen in the battles.".

The second expansion pack titled Legends of the Seven Seas was released on March 21, 2019 with positive and better reviews than Dawn of the Titans. Metacritic giving it a 85/1000, Game Informer 8/10 and IGN 7.5/10.

Notes

  • Hippolyta and Hachiman were seen at E3 2015 when the first beta demo roster was shown, with the others being Achilles, Zeus, Odin, Vercingetorix, Gilgamesh and Rama. They were cut from the final game roster but Hippolyta returned in the Dawn of the Titans expansion pack and Hachiman in the Lost Treasures Character Pack with 5 other unseen and cut beta characters like Artemis, Cernnunos, Menelaus, Balor and Kamehameha I.

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