It’s been only a week, but as with our digital empires, the world of persistent browser based games is always leveling up. Behold the latest news.
First, one of the browser games I’ve spent a lot of time with, Aloriah, has integrated with Facebook. Now you can play the game through your Facebook account, post to your wall, and all the other social networking tricks the kids are in to. Keep beholding!
I was travelling this weekend and came back to quite the commotion in Aloriah. First, Aernoud posted a lengthy comment which is a great read, especially to gain insight into the enemy! I also had a list of attacks as long as my arm. Take a Look!
Well, it has been a long while but it’s time to catch up. The war with Aernoud is in full swing. I went to work taking back my mine and the nearby tower. This pissed him off again and in came his Slepenir horses. I have to say, it’s a little demoralizing when I don’t even kill one of his Berserkers, but that’s okay. I have no delusions of defeating Aernoud militarily, only morally. Keep Reading!
Well, the showdown finally happened. I sent my army to claim my mine, which Aernoud had been borrowing. I actually managed to control it for a few hours before my nemisis came roaring in from the fog of war. It did not go well…
See the Results!
Oi, has it been a week already? Where does the time go? As I mentioned, it’s been a real struggle in Dry Steppes, what with the dragons and all. Talk about low property value. Only minutes from the motorway, but watch out for the bloody dragons! So how did I handle it?
Another week in the world of Aloriah. It started with a message straight out of the past. “Aernoud: please leave my towers alone”. So, my ancient nemisis returns! It’s interesting, I started on the opposite side of the world this time, but I’m still running in to the same players. Anyway, I went right on taking his towers, especially the ones out in the sea beacuse I knew he’d have better things to do then come after me.
The Conflict Continues!
Let’s catch up on recent online strategy game news, shall we? First, if you didn’t feel my Civ World review was informative enough, check out the latest interview with Sid Meier over at Mashable. Anyway, after writing the review yesterday, I was inspired to play some Civilization V again. To my surprise, there’s now a prominent ad for Civ World right on the start screen!
Check it Out!
Tales. Of Aloriah! Part 2, at that. Two weeks in and things are still going slower than I would like. Or rather, my progress is slower. Everyone else seems to be barrelling full steam towards the Mother Dragon. I have been making some progres though. In fact, I was just about to finish my level 10 Gold Mine when…
A little over a week ago, the browser game Aloriah started a new server, and I’ve been eagerly waiting for a chance to reboot Tales of Aloriah. Keep Reading!
What’s new in the world of Online Strategy Games? Let’s take a look.
First and foremost, just yesterday Aloriah opened a new server! I’ve been waiting for this for a long while, and am happy to be starting up “Tails of Aloriah” again.