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Immortal King

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Kategoria: Przeglądarkowe
Język: Polski
Rodzaj:
PvP: No

Ocena:
8/10
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Opis gry

Zapraszamy Was do rozpoczęcia gry w rewelacyjną strategię RPG - Immortal King.

W tym miesiącu 337.com przygotowało dla Was 5000 prezentów, które możecie odbrać rejestrując się w grze.

Proponowana edycja będzie bogatsza o rozwinięty system Klejnotów, Platynowe Skrzynie Skarbów, nowe Stanowiska oraz nową grafikę w grze.

Codziennie przewisujemy 9 losowań, w których każdy z Was otrzyma szansę wygrania przydatnego ekwipunku!

Różnokolorowe klejnoty zapewnią fascynujące modyfikatory Twemu wyposażeniu. Postaci mogą osiągnąć więcej poziomów.
Przygotowaliśmy także nową mapę kampanii i zmodyfikowaliśmy grafikę dla jeszcze lepszych scen batalistycznych! Zobacz sam, nie czekaj!

Aby otrzymać prezenty, wykonaj następujące czynności:

Zarejestruj się w Immortal King na:

http://apps.337.com/pl/ik?src=pl;rome0;w;pr2

Odwiedź stronę z Kodami
http://pl.337.com/pages/471/ik-pl

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Wklej Kod w Okienko gry (czerwony prezent)

Do zdobycia są:
1x Włócznia Gigantów poz. 17
1x Dzieje Magii poz. 21
1x Szata Złodzieja poz. 31
1x Płaszcz z Krokodyla poz. 46
20 000 sztuk Srebra
100 sztuk Złota
5x Rozkaz
20x Doświadczenia

Recenzje

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Kolejna gra przeglądarkowa w której gracz musi wybudować swoje miasto, wyszkolić armie, swojego dowódcę, oraz swoja umiejętności strategiczne. Gra nie różnie się w wielu aspektach od np osławionych już Plemion. Grą na razie możemy się cieszyć w wersji beta, każdy kto che przetestować grę ma taka możliwość od 23 Września 2011roku, beta wystartowała ok. godziny 2.

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