Tuesday, November 30, 2010
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The free massive multiplayer first person shooting game Project Blackout takes you on the urban settings where you play with thousands of worldwide players in the lobby, or room -based virtual world. Wanna be urban rivals in the modern street? Check the official features below:
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In Age of Khan you create a city, manage your workers and resources to build an army, conquer your enemies to extend your domains, and build the Wonder to win the game round.
As you begin your rule as a Khan, you are in control of a small village with few workers and little resources.
Recollecting resources will allow you to build different structures and produce an army.
Once you have an army under your command you will be able to expand your territories and fight enemies.
As your civilization grows and becomes more powerful, your name will become respected by your allies and feared by your enemies.
At the top of your power, you will have the opportunity to build a “Wonder”, a sacred and mystic building, insignia of your strength as Khan. Your allies can build those Wonders too... And if you build one for each of the three civilizations, you will face a final challenge before winning the game round. You names will be remembered across the centuries!
May the Gods favor your sword, young Khan, for you have entered a dangerous world...
An empire with a glorious but faraway past, the Scythians hail from the east of the Borderlands. Once ruling over a vast territory from the Black Sea to Syria and Crimea, their decline over the last centuries has left them with the attitude of powerful lords, but without the means to back it up. The fight in the Borderlands is their last stand - their last opportunity to return into the spotlight of history.
A civilization largely unknown to those they encounter in the Borderlands, the Scythians are fierce warriors. Evidence of their past magnificence still shines trough in the sophisticated military tactics they use, while their buildings have returned to a state of semi-savage utility, fully adjusted to the temporary nature and frequent relocation of their settlements. With a mind bent on regaining lost might and the ancient trading nature of their kingdom long forgotten, the economy of the Scythians is geared towards building huge armies and carrying out military expeditions. As the rich cities of ancient Scythia are now buried under the dust of the steppes after being razed to the ground by unforgiving invaders, the Scythians are now looking to inflict the same destiny on those who contest their claim to the Borderlands.
Because it resembles the territories they have been driven away from, they know the Borderlands better than anybody else. This advantage enables them to move quickly over the barren lands and assault their foes with unrivalled force. As they are spurred by the necessity of conquest, the Scythians are the faction with the most powerful attacks and the most nimble soldiers but tend to disregard their defenses. Too often Scythian expeditions return with rich loot after raiding a rival village only to succumb to the counterattack of the combined strength of their victim’s allies.
This civilization is your best choice if you want to live fast and dangerously. As a Khan of a Scythian village, attack will always be your best defense – but you need strong skills and a heap of experience to successfully rule the lands around you. Your first defeat may be your last one, too.
Located on the eastern side of the Lake Tunis, the Phoenician village of Carthage has risen high and fallen low over their conflict with the Roman Republic. The Third Punic War meant the final defeat of an army that once stood at the doors of Rome and the terrible destruction of the city itself. Their empire on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea lost, the survivors of that terrible defeat now look at the Borderlands to find a new home.
Escaping the Roman rout, the last convoy of Carthaginian ships disappeared from the view of their Roman pursuers south of Sicily. Laden to the brink with supplies, weapons and thousands of mercenaries from all over their vast empire, the flotilla was assembled by Carthage’s provinces to provide a last stand against the destruction of their home city only to arrive a few days too late. Witnessing the smoke towering over where their families once lived, the ships turned around and fled eastwards.
Their city destroyed, the Carthaginians are now in foreign lands – lands they want to call home from now on. The Carthaginians came to the Borderlands to stay, bringing their knowledge and abilities with them and combining them with the lore of their new home. Having learnt the lessons imparted to them by the fight against the Romans, they know better than anybody else how to defend themselves and their cities. Mercenaries both from Africa and the Borderlands are the rank and file of their army, along with their famous but slow war elephants. Far from wanting to attract the enmity of their neighbors, the Carthaginians concentrate on collecting resources to grow quickly and increase their might while keeping themselves to themselves.
This civilization is your best choice if you are a trader rather than a fighter. As a Khan of a Carthaginian village, you can always be assured of a good defense and well-stocked warehouses. If you want to build your empire rather than conquering it, this is your best choice.
An up-and-coming city located close to the Bosporus Strait, Byzantium is looking to extend its rising empire to new frontiers. Founded by Greek colonists, Byzantium has already conquered its neighbor Chalcedon and withstood the attack of Philip of Macedon, father of Alexander and one of the greatest generals of his time. Now the time has come to take Byzantium’s aspirations to a new level – and the Borderlands are just the perfect opportunity.
Proud of its Greek origins and history, the city-state looks for territories not yet contested by the superpower of the day – the great Roman Republic. Only all too aware of what happens to those who attract the attention of the Romans, the Byzantines profit from their strategic position between Europe and Asia, where the influence of its uncongenial rival is still weak. Not longing after long lost power like the Scythians or with the terrors of a recent annihilation still on their minds as the Carthaginians, the Byzantines display the confidence of the young who know that their time is coming and the best still lies ahead.
Although keeping a friendly attitude towards their neighbors, the Byzantines are most displeased to find that the Borderlands are not as available to their colonization as they originally thought. The Borderlands are a source of raw material and wealth that they’re not ready to share forever. In the meantime, they are prepared to do whatever it takes to gain the upper hand, regarding everybody else as a possible customer, supplier or enemy - always ready to strike with force if they consider it most convenient.
With the steady influx of new settlers and Byzantium’s riches to back them up, the Byzantines show the most rapid population growth of all three factions and are renowned in their ability to be thrifty and efficient in building their armies. Their only drawback is their pride in Greek architecture – building magnificent edifices in the Borderlands takes comparably more time.
This civilization is your best choice if you want to do a bit of everything or haven’t made up your mind yet. As a Khan of a Byzantine village you know how to attack and defend yourself fairly well and balance your fighting with your gathering wealth through peaceful means. If you’re a beginner and move your first steps in the Borderlands, consider this your probably best choice.
As a flash application users who have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player and an up to date stable version of any browser (MSIE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) should be able to play Age of Khan without experiencing any problems.
Any system that is capable of running standard operating systems (such as Windows XP, Vista, 7, popular Linux distributions, Mac OS X) is also capable of running Age of Khan.
At least 1 GB memory is recommended for smooth interaction with the user interface.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
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With intricately designed heroes, military bases and camps, as well as sharp graphics and landscape imagery, you will feel as though you're there, giving the commands to engage in battle yourself!
Lords Online is a browser based game that is based in a medieval-style world ripe with conflict. Lords Online features administrative UI controls, alliance building and unique hero-nurturing systems mixed with traditional AD&D rule sets. Join alliances, conquer castles, build an empire.
Diablo III picks up the story twenty years after the events of Diablo II. Mephisto, Diablo, and Baal have been defeated, but the Worldstone, which once shielded the inhabitants of the world of Sanctuary from the forces of both Heaven and Hell, has been destroyed, and evil once again stirs in Tristram. Playing as a hero from one of five distinct character classes, players will acquire powerful items, spells, and abilities as they explore new and familiar areas of Sanctuary and battle hordes of demons to safeguard the world from the horrors that have arisen.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
When the wings are equipped and being activated, users can fly with the wings for several minutes and the available flying period is shown with the gage on the screen as below.
To reactivate the wings, users need to wait for the certain time.
There are various types of wings, not only the appearance but they have slightly different ability. Users can have strategic combat with various types of wings.
Critical hit (Deathblow) system
- Depending on hitting, powerful attack is available.
- Depending on hitting, certain amount of critical attack gauge increases.
- There are 3 levels in deathblow; the highest level deathblow can be greatly damaging
- Using Deathblow makes combat more dynamic.
Fighter can be a berserker or an iron-clad juggernaut, capable of withstanding tremendous attacks while protecting their allies from harm. Fighters can promote to Warrior or Knight at Level 20. They have high hit points and great melee skills. They excel at fighting single opponent. Fighters are a versatile class with a variety of play-styles to choose from.
Allowable weapons : One-handed Sword, Two-handed sword, One-handed axe, Two-handed axe Shield
Friday, November 12, 2010
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More than 8 types of races and various in-game jobs for characters allows gamers much freedom to create a gaming experience of their own.
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Dreamland Online is a 3D fantasy MMO from IGG. Dreamland features the usual quests and class system set against the backdrop of a land threatened by the Evil Fog, which brought plagues, and a people fighting back with the help of the Hero Faith, a powerful gift bestowed upon them. The game features cartoony graphics, and plays as a 3D sidescrolling platformer. There will be player homes and crafting, an elaborate pet system (pets will be able to assist in PvP and quests), and many detailed storyline missions. PvP is a big part of the game as well, with several available modes.
Your pony is only a click away
In Bigpoint's first two casual games, Farmerama and Zoomumba, players create and look after their own farms and zoos. In Ponyrama, players are challenged to build and manage their own stable of ponies. To begin the game, players choose their very own pony from a wide selection and begin raising it. They then expand their stables by adding stalls, paddocks, and dozens of decorations.
Show off your stable through friendly competitions
Throughout the game, players can compete against other players in friendly, western-style competitions, such as racing, jumping, and dressage. But riders must be careful when competing for prizes as horses may become tired or even injured. If needed, players can call the local veterinarian to look after their pampered equines in their very own veterinary facilities.
Bigpoint's Ponyrama will be available online in early December 2010 and is free to play in all browsers.
Friday, November 5, 2010
CrimeCraft is set in a gritty fictional metropolis of Sunrise City in the near future, following an ecological disaster of unprecedented scale. The price of life is cheap and loyalty is far less valuable than one’s reputation. Join thousands of players online as you learn the rules of the street. You’ve got to hustle and do whatever it takes to build your reputation. Fight the Feds, craft some drugs, throw a party for your friends and shoot everyone else.
HIGHLIGHTS AND KEY FEATURES:
• Interact with thousands of other players in bustling city areas, picking up “jobs” and “missions” to gain experience and money, plot strategy, barter and trade, resupply and refit – then enter the fray in fast-paced tactical action with dozens of other players in 9 distinct PvP and PvE multiplayer modes across 16 gritty environments.
• Take clan-based multiplayer to new levels – join a gang, recruit members, pool resources, outfit your gang crib, compete in gang-only tournaments and establish “street cred” for your crew based on individual and team-based dominance in battle.
• Experience an underground economy that thrives with peddlers of fictional and real word fashion label apparel, banks, arms vendors and boost dealers – as well as other players hustling to create empires of their own.
• Advance through 50 levels and use over 40 unique passive and active skills as you battle for street supremacy.
• Use the loot gained from battle to upgrade and repair items – or craft and customize weapons, attachments, clothing and performance-enhancing supplements and boosts.
• Compete in daily and monthly tournaments for in-game and real world prizes.
• Pay your way - Flexible payment models that lower the barriers of entry and give players options based on their playing style, play for free for as long as you’d like.
For more information visit: www.CRIMECRAFT.com
Thursday, November 4, 2010
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Interesting story background, important historical figures, and the old Italian city with all exoticness together make your Roman Taxi driving experience immersive and addictive.