Tribal Wars conquers Mobile Devices

December 21, 2011. InnoGames has just released a free iOS-App for their classic online game Tribal Wars. The new app can be downloaded for free in Apple’s app store and with it players can easily plan, build and fight with their established accounts on an IOS-smartphone. Tribal Wars is in its ninth year and has a devoted community of more than 40 million registered users worldwide and InnoGames is already developing an Android-App which will be released in 2012.

The Tribal Wars-App contains every convenience imaginable. Players have easy access to all of the game features via a customisable user interface, which has been optimised for smartphones with touchscreen. Notifications of in-game messages and incoming attacks can be set and freely edited. The report system has been redesigned, and even the overview map can be efficiently explored and used to plan campaigns. The Tribal Wars iPhone app also enables player to quickly switch worlds without an additional log-in and the purchase of premium currency via the users’ iTunes-account.

In Tribal Wars, the player starts as leader of a small village, striving for power and glory. In order to build a strong empire and conquer other villages, it is crucial to find powerful allies and to found a mighty tribe. Its huge game worlds and varied tactical opportunities made Tribal Wars one of the most popular browser-based games all over the world, being playable in over 30 languages.

InnoGames has developed major browser game titles like Tribal Wars, The West and Grepolis. The German company ranks amongst the biggest developers and publishers of online games, counting about 75 million registered users.



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