My Little Hero now available for iOS


NCsoft today announced the launch of My Little Hero, on the iTunes App Store, the latest in its line of iOS titles.

Developed by Swedish indie studio Acne Play (creators of iOS retro-platformer Pizza Boy), My Little Hero follows the captivating story of a boy on the quest to rescue his best friend Pinky. Players are challenged to hack, slash, and solve their way through four alluringly picturesque worlds of Dark Forests, Muddy Deserts, Mushy Swamps, and the Boogeyman’s Nest. With a trusty helmet on and an almighty sword in hand, My Little Hero invites players everywhere to explore this spellbinding world hidden behind the doors of a bedroom closet.

To mark the occasion of its iOS release, My Little Hero is available at a discounted price of $0.99 for a limited period of time.

Main Features

• 4 gorgeously crafted worlds (with more to come in future updates)

• Upgradable armor and weapons, with additional items to discover

• 40+ Different types of monsters to defeat, with 5 unique boss battles

• 31 individual hidden collectibles

iOS, My Little Hero


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