Birthday party in My Free Farm

Bamberg, October 9 th 2013. Upjers, developer and publisher of free browser games, aims to celebrate its successful farm game with a birthday game that will be running for two weeks. My Free Farm ( http://www.myfreefarm.com/) invites its users to play a funny picture puzzle and win great prizes.

Don your party hats and brace yourselves for the event of the year: My Free Farm is celebrating its fourth birthday and does it up big for two weeks. My Free Farm's most recent campaign is titled “Birthday Party”, and it encourages players to find 10 predetermined motives among 20 cards. As a reward, players will get highly sought-after shadowbox items and bonus points.

In addition to that, My Free Farm's party-goers are able to secure themselves invitation cards, which they'll be able to redeem for several favored shadowbox figurines in Mootown.

The My Free Farm Birthday Game has been launched today and can be played daily up until October 22 nd 2013 on http://www.myfreefarm.com. Clink your glasses with our piggy Gordon and celebrate his fourth anniversary in your browsers!

About Upjers:

Upjers ( www.upjers.com), founded in 2006 and headquartered in Bamberg, Germany are one of the foremost developers and publishers of browser games. Over 60 million players worldwide have registered in at least one game of Upjers. Their diverse portfolio comprises action, strategy and social games and offers a thrilling gaming experience for all players in more than 26 languages. Upjers' browser games have their finger on the pulse of their community and offer motivation, passion and suspense on a steady high level: awards such as “Browser Game of the Year” and “MMO of the Year” confirm this statement! Employee or part of the community, the perspective matters little: Anybody who loves games is welcome!

 


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