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Heroes Reborn: Enigma game for mobile devices will tie into NBC's superhero TV series

This fall, NBC will revive their classic superhero TV series with a 13-part "event" series, Heroes Reborn. The show will also get two tie-in games, including one for mobile devices like those on Android called Heroes Reborn: Enigma.

The game will come from Imperative Entertainment, which was co-founded by Heroes' creator Tim Kring, and developer Phosphor Games Studio. It will use Unreal Engine 4 for its graphics:

The first-person action-puzzle mobile game, HEROES REBORN: Enigma, follows Dahlia, an evolved human with incredible powers, as she attempts to escape captivity at a secret government facility called The Quarry.

The game will share some characters and events with the console-PC-Mac game Heroes Reborn: Gemini. A teaser trailer for both games will be released on July 12 as part of the Heroes Reborn panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

Source: Comic Book Resources

8 Comments
  • I loved this show, but it got weird in the end..... Posted via the Android Central App
  • The carnival season was weird and uninteresting. Seasons 2 and 4 were best. Posted from my Asus ZenFone 2.
  • Save the cheerleader, save the world. They should have just stuck to that.
  • Now it's change your apartment, change the world. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Unfortuantely, NBC made the Hereos: Reborn app for iOS only and not Android. I hope NBC makes an Android version. This is not the first time NBC has made an app for Apple only and not Android
  • Whoops!!! Seems like that will be another match-3 game we won't be playing...nor interested in playing.
  • Here is the link: http://www.nbc.com/heroes-reborn/app
  • Nice, hopefully the writers won't screw it up this time.