The fair land of Britain was once full of life, wealth and peace. Knights and Druids alike found serenity with one another. But evil now consumes the land and its people. For Britain to be what it once was, a call to arms is desperately needed. King Arthur has summoned all Knights and Druid allies on a quest. A quest to find the Holy Grail, Camelot’s only hope for peace once again.

Heroes of Camelot is a free to play MMO Card battle game that has the same setting with Kingdoms of Camelot, yet with a different gameplay. In the game, you will choose your Origin Camelot or Druid to start your adventure and explore the Medieval fantasy world.


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  • Stunning graphics and intuitive controls
  • Lots of events like Quests, Arena and daily login rewards
  • Customizable party that lets you form a powerful team to explore the world map.
  • Hundreds of quests that help you learn the games and offer you a chance to collect quality cards
  • Variou magical items that empower your card deck.


Review Overview
  • Artwork
  • Sound
  • Strategy
  • Gameplay
  • Replay
Total Score

So I’m looking at the whole package and I see incredible artwork struggling to hold up weak gameplay, a trite story, and unremarkable music. The artwork is so powerful that it really didn’t need much backup to push Heroes of Camelot solidly into “good game” territory, but that just didn’t happen. This game is not worth your time. Sure, it barely hits that compulsion to collect more cards, but doing so is going to be a serious drain on your time or money. This isn’t the kind of random card collecting where it’s hard to find a single rare card in the mountains of commons you’ve acquired. On the contrary, you might spend 30 minutes just to find two or three copies of the most common cards in the game. The drop rates are just not friendly and hitting “Explore” repeatedly is just not fun. I don’t know if this person exists, but the kind of person I see enjoying this game is somebody who loves managing their card collection and building a strategically synergistic deck but hates actually playing strategic card games. I guess if that’s you, this might be worth a shot, but even if it is you, good luck enjoying your card collection while it gets new additions at such a slow rate. View more in Heroes of Camelot Review