Monthly Archives: November 2010

Travian enforces viral channels via incentives

A higher premium will be awarded for recruited new players within the recruit-a-friend program. The so-called gold rush promotion (available in almost all Travian regions in the world) will pay out an increased in-game reward of 50 gold for every

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Big Tent and TheBroth launch Social Game Planet Domo

The internet’s favorite little brown monster is now playing on Facebook. (…) It is now up to the players and their friends to collect clues and complete missions in order to find the last place Domo was spotted. The game

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Kinect is a success %96 25 Million Items sold worldwide

Sales of Microsoft’s Kinect have passed 2.5 million units worldwide in the 25 days since launch. That’s according to Microsoft, which said with the help of Black Friday sales last week, the system is on target to hit 5 million

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Google Social Gaming Network delayed to March 2011 (rumours)

According to Mashable, the so-called “Google Me” virtual playground – which the Mountain View Chocolate Factory has declined to directly comment on – will land in March or April of 2011. (…)It was suggested at the time that the Facebook

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Battlefield Play4Free Beta has started

EA & Dice have started the closed Beta. Only 1000 Players got an invitation. Quote: Das Spiel wurde vor kaum vier Wochen angekündigt – und jetzt startet bereits der offizielle Beta-Test von Battlefield Play4Free. Die kostenlose Auskopplung aus dem Battlefield-Franchise

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EA avoiding big acquisitions

EA boss John Riccitiello has claimed the publisher is not currently seeking further large acquisitions, admitting that investors’ faith has been shaken by its tumbling share price. The CEO claimed to be focusing the company on boosting digital revenues –

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EA announces major change in Strategy %96 less retail more digital

Electronic Arts is making big changes to its business. The game publisher will release 40 percent fewer traditional games next year. To fill the gap, it plans to invest heavily in Internet-based games and mobile. Lagging boxed game sales and

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Brazilian Social Game Developer raises $ 30 Million

Brazilian developer Vostu, best known for its releases on locally popular Google-owned social network Orkut, has raised $30 million from Accel Partners and Tiger Global Management. (…)This round of funding, which was advised by investment firm Allen & Co., brings

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Preview of Legend of Blood a 18 MMORGP

Legend of Blood, a 3D mature (18+) MMORPG, which is developed by EXC Games, the subsidiary of Korea-based Nexon, has launched its first closed beta test on November 25th. This time, let’s take a close look at its four classes

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Aion will get Movie like Graphics in a series of Patches

Recently, NCsoft’s Kim Hyoung-Jun reveals some important information about Aion 2.5/3.0 in Japan and Taiwan. (…)Aion 2.5 will upgrade the visual effect and the graphic will be close to that shows in the Vision movie. If you still remember the

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