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May I know where to download this game? I am pretty desperate to have it. Thanks.

citing Arthur Petrelli and Maury Parkman?

Can we use names referenced from this source, since it is an official Heroes sanctioned product? The reason I ask, is because of the specific screen-shot where it names Angela and Arthur Petrelli. Since it lists his first name as Arthur, can we use that to update his page here to include his first name? Similar case with Maury Parkman. Can we list his page to say Maury? --HiroDynoSlayer (talk) 10/17/2007 09:51 (EST)

  • My issue with this is it's not "canon" in the sense that it's not a GN or an episode. However, the story for the game was written by the writing staff of Heroes, so it's pretty valid. That's why it's placed in notes, just as we do with regards to any interviews from the writing staff.--Bob (Talk) 14:39, 17 October 2007 (EDT)
    • I guess that brings up another question then. As new 'material' comes out that is from the official Heroes camp, then why wouldn't something like a video game (in this instance) be considered canon in respect to issues that are concrete like names of primary characters. Why wouldn't then the Heroes mobile game be accepted as a new source of canon material? It is a supplement to the show just like GNs are, and it isn't like Heroes 360 where there are areas within it that allow external contribution. --HiroDynoSlayer (talk) 10/17/2007 14:48 (EST)
      • Because you can make Hiro die in the museum, which didn't happen in the show. It's a game that isn't scripted, and to me, makes it not part of canon in that it's not the story told by the writers, but an interactive tool for fans like Heroes 360, which isn't considered canon.--Bob (Talk) 14:50, 17 October 2007 (EDT)
        • Of course the non-concrete aspects of the game couldn't be used in that manner (Hiro being killed), but the concrete info that the writers place into the game that isn't effected by the play of the game should be consistent with canon. Names of people, or specific unchangeable characteristics or data about people, revealed within the game, isn't something we can manipulate to contradict other cannonical sources. --HiroDynoSlayer (talk) 10/17/2007 14:53 (EST)
          • The bigger reason is the same reason we consider the graphic novels and Heroes Evolutions to be "near canon": we can't assume that anyone has played the game, read the novels, or gone to the websites. I don't have any problem with treating information from a game like this--with which the writers were involved--like a graphic novel, but that's just my opinion. Of course, we still need to be careful to note that the information comes from the game, and not from an episode, so that folks who haven't played it won't be confused and think they've missed something and/or can choose to weight the information accordingly. As for the names, I have no problem with using them. They come from a secondary source, just like Kaito and Angela's first names did (before they were mentioned in episodes much later) or like Elisa Thayer' name still does. Per our naming conventions, they should be fine -- but again, that's just my opinion.--Hardvice (talk) 15:09, 17 October 2007 (EDT)
            • Ah, forgot about Thayer. For me, I think that with the magnitude of their importance right now versus Angela and Kaito way back then, when we didn't know that much about them or how important they were, I think that we should look at someone who was important: Linderman. We found out about his name through Heroes 360, and kept it as a note until confirmed by the writers. Soooo, I think we should hold off until they verify it (since they do write Heroes 360 content too).--Bob (Talk) 15:15, 17 October 2007 (EDT)
              • I think the issue with Linderman wasn't that he was important, but that there were conflicting reports. Really silly conflicting reports, but conflicting reports nonetheless.--Hardvice (talk) 15:20, 17 October 2007 (EDT)
                • In regards to Mssrs. Petrelli and Parkman, I prefer their names as a note. As soon as the names are confirmed in any other source (in this case), we can revisit renaming the pages. That would make me personally feel most comfortable. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 15:47, 17 October 2007 (EDT)

My version didn't have all the components.

So I have a Samsung T209, which when I went to download it from the site, they said it didn't support my phone. Well after looking in my T-zones, I found it. So I paid the 7 dollars for it and it isn't the whole version, because you don't ever play Hiro, and the are only 6 levels instead of eight. So it is the version y'all have except 3 Levels are Niki and 3 are Peter. Those levels sound exactly the same from what you guys say about them, but for some reason I don't have the full game. I feel gypped. Anyone else have this experience? Oh, and also the plotline is pretty much empty.Random guy 20:33, 22 October 2007 (EDT)

Transcript of what was said by Niki in the "locked room"

Does anyone want to add the text of what was said in the locked room, for which you automatically get the keycard? If so, here it is:

What is this room?

I can't believe it! There are pictures of me and my son and my husband!

It looks like we've been monitored our entire lives!

Wait, there's a company name written here...

Primatech Research...

And the Founders' names are right below it.


That's the guy who kidnapped my son!

Looks like Linderman was part of some secret organization!

Look who else was involved...

Arthur and Angela Petrelli?

Maury Parkman and Kaito Nakamura?

I wonder if they're related to the guys I know!

I've never heard of these other people, though...

Who is Adam Monroe?!



Here is a press release regarding spoilers being contained in the mobile game. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 00:28, 31 October 2007 (EDT)

  • I think it's the Adam Monroe deal. Chrisyudbsname.JPGChrisyudbstalk.JPG 05:58, 1 November 2007 (EDT)
    • Yep, pretty sure that's regarding the names of the founders (Adam, plus the other first names listed there). Since it includes an official statement by Tim Kring about how he likes to introduce "canon" information through other sources than just the show, does that mean that we can now consider the game information (like Patrelli's first name) canon and incorporate it into articles as more than just a note? --Maelwys 08:07, 1 November 2007 (EDT)

Other versions?

This article implies that there is a second version of the game, with powers such as electromagnetism. Is this true, if so, where is the source on this? Lightningguy 02:59, 1 March 2009 (EST)