Venan Entertainment announces Book of Heroes for iOS devices


Award-winning iOS developer Venan Entertainment (Space Miner: Space Ore Bust, Ninjatown: Trees of Doom!) today announced that their latest title, Book of Heroes, will be available worldwide on December 1st as a free-to-play game. To celebrate the launch, they will be making all of their titles free (yes FREE!) for a limited time to coincide with the launch.

In Book of Heroes, players create their own hero from scratch and venture into a brand new fantasy world filled with colorful characters and terrifying monsters in a quest to save their home from the forces of darkness. Players battle enemies, collect loot, equip their character with thousands of possible customizations, and then compare their characters and heroic accomplishments with their friends.

“Our goal with Book of Heroes was to create a truly portable RPG that we, as gamers, could get excited about,” said Brandon Curiel, CEO at Venan. “In Book of Heroes, we have a robust character system with an endless variety of gear you can equip, three unique character classes that change the way you approach battles, dozens of unique enemies, really cool bosses, and a fun story that pulls it all together.”

To celebrate the launch, Venan will be offering their award-winning titles Space Miner: Space Ore Bust and Ninjatown: Trees of Doom! FREE for a limited time. “We want to make it really, really easy for people to discover Venan, our games, and Book of Heroes,” added Curiel. “So go grab some of the best games on the App Store at their lowest price yet. Zero!”

Book of Heroes will be released on December 1st as a free download on the App Store. Stay up to date on the game at or



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