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Godsrule: War of Mortals – Game Economy Update

Attention, Mortals!

A new update for Godsrule went live over the weekend – we’ve made some big changes to the game economy, aimed at making it easier for players to upgrade and develop their armies and make strategic decisions about waging war and conquering their enemies!

What’s Changed

Across the board we’ve lowered both build time and the orb cost of upgrading a building. That means that instead of taking days, it now takes hours – if you want to use orbs to get a jump on that, the quick upgrade itself will cost fewer orbs as well!

It is also now much quicker — and cheaper — to clear forests, meaning overall your ability to expand and upgrade your village should be much more immediate and flexible.

In most cases these changes are fairly significant: the high-level time for many buildings could range up to nearly a week before; now you will be able to build anything in mere hours, or else build it instantly for considerably lower orb cost.

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Additionally, for our players who have already been out there conquering and building mighty villages, we appreciate your time and energy – we don’t want anyone to be left in the lurch with a change in game economy.

The Gods are pleased with your devotion, and we are awarding anyone who has made a purchase of Orbs with additional Orbs – check your registration email for an offer you can redeem at: http://playgodsrule.com/

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Godsrule: War of Mortals – Follow Updates and Play Now

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and stop by the forums — let us know what you think of the changes to the economy!

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Rise Against the Deadly Six in Sonic Lost World

Sonic Lost World

We’re excited to announce details of the next Sonic the Hedgehog game! Sonic Lost World will be published on Nintendo platforms as part of the exclusive partnership recently announced between the two companies.  Sonic Lost World puts Sonic up to the challenge as he faces his most powerful enemy to date – and this time there are six of them to conquer!  Sonic Lost World will be available exclusively for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS platforms later this year.

Sonic Lost World Wii U - Announcement Screens

Dr. Eggman has harnessed the power of six menacing creatures collectively known as the Deadly Six, but when the Deadly Six rise up against their master, Sonic has to unite with his arch nemesis in order to take on the new enemies head-on.  Using his dynamic new parkour moves and improved Color Powers, Sonic must run, jump and race through a variety of ever-changing terrains in order to defeat the Deadly Six.

Sonic Lost World Wii U - Announcement Screens

Alongside a single player adventure, the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions of Sonic Lost World will feature a range of competitive multiplayer modes. In addition, each platform will also contain distinctive features that take advantage of the consoles’ unique capabilities.  Exclusive Wii U Color Powers can be controlled with the Wii U GamePad by tilting, touching, aiming and more.  The full game can also be played using only the GamePad screen and will feature a two player support mode. Sonic Lost World for the Nintendo 3DS is the first handheld Sonic game ever to feature fully realized 3D levels which include exclusive Special Stages and Color Powers unique to Nintendo 3DS.

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“We are proud of the strong relationship between Nintendo and SEGA and look forward to continuing success with Sonic Lost World on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS,” commented Hiroyuki Miyazaki, Chief Content Officer, SEGA of America. “The game marks an evolution of the Sonic series and fans –both old and new — will be excited by a story which sees two of video games biggest adversaries, Sonic and Dr. Eggman, joining forces for the first time to help defeat a new deadly threat.”

 
   
   
 


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