Strategic Battles with Goodgame Empire

Hamburg, May 13 2011

The browser game GOODGAME EMPIRE boasts a totally new concept and calls for the tactical skills of its users. Thorough planning of battles and the purposeful usage of the right weapons for sieges and defence determine victory or defeat in this multiplayer strategy game. GOODGAME EMPIRE will be launched in summer 2011 as beta version on Goodgame Studios’ gaming portal:

Castles and Keeps

As new lord of a castle the player starts his campaign with a small wooden castle and a few buildings. But with a solid strategy the rise to being a powerful sovereign with a flourishing economy, a mighty army and many provinces is not far. Every user can individually develop his castle. Different buildings in various upgrade stages are at each player’s disposal. Step by step a wooden fortress can be transformed into a huge stone bastion. The player needs the buildings in order to produce commodities or to make a stand against other players.

Conquest Strategies for Teams

In GOODGAME EMPIRE users do not only fight against each other they can also form strong alliances. With the help of such an alliance players can conquer outposts together for important resources and support each other in attacks and defence. The users can also trade goods at the market place. Moreover, a continuous campaign with numerous interesting missions and additional tasks offers a special challenge for the players. More information on the MMO strategy game will follow soon.

  About Goodgame Studios

Goodgame Studios is an independent German game developer of social online games. The company was founded in June 2009 in Hamburg by two brothers, Dr. Christian Wawrzinek (COO) and Dr. Kai Wawrzinek (CEO). The Goodgame Studios portfolio so far includes eight self-developed, family-friendly flash games that are played worldwide by over 70 million people per month in 22 different languages.  

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