Forge of Empires: Start Making Trouble In Your Neighborhood!

Hamburg, March 14, 2012. Today InnoGames released additional information regarding the elements of player interaction in its Browsergame Forge of Empires. Players, divided by the game in neighborhoods of eighty, can decide for themselves to either peacefully cooperate or aggressively compete with each other. Forge of Empires offers ways to achieve either goal.

So, peaceful rulers can visit other player's cities and, while admiring their structure and placement of buildings, either polish decorations or motivate workers for increased happiness or resource outcome. Another option will be more straightforward: Players with an eagerness for PvP can attack their neighbors and then have to face their defense army on the battlefield. Upon emerging victorious, they are allowed evil actions in their neighbor's cities, for example plundering resources. For the future, features like player trading as well as cooperative and competitive campaigns will offer further chances to make a choice - peaceful coexistence or ruthless bat tles!

Forge of Empires is a browser-based strategy game that allows players to create a city and develop it from the Stone Age and onward throughout the centuries. Players can create a vast empire through military campaigns and skillful dealings. InnoGames provides additional information in the game's very own blog. The Closed Beta for the game is going to start soon, players can already pre-register at www.forgeofempires.com.

With about 75 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world's leading developers and providers of online games. The Hamburg-based company has scored major successes with games such as Tribal Wars, The West and Grepolis.

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