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New online MMO game in Plarium Browsergames

Gamers who love strategy games will be happy to know that there is a new fun game in the MMO virtual world. The game belongs to Plarium the company that created some of the biggest strategy games out there as Stormfall: Age of war and Sparta: War of Empires. You can  play free online games with and most recent addition Nords: Heroes of the North.

Some of the best gaming talents work together at Plarium in providing the best online games and most fun experiences they can for gamers around the world.

In the Plarium browser-catalogue the majority of the games are strategy player vs player enabled games full of action. The idea was to create games where gamers could combine building and army development options with a compelling story and also let players engage in PvP so that the gaming experience is richer, fun and more challenging.

The result was Total Domination, and it was the first real success story for Plarium, with its blend of fully voiced characters, high quality graphics and compelling gameplay it was an instant success. The styling of these games is still completely innovative and it is a formula that has worked well and it has given millions of players all over the world some brilliant games to play.

The next games have improved exponentially, with better graphics, more intricate cities to develop and more military units to control this is a big attraction to a wide range of players. But there is more to these games that how they look, the sheer amount of things to do is incredible and it is very hard to step away from their games.

The PvP aspect is well developed, with the option to form yourself into a guild, create trading or political alliances or just go for an all-out war. Taking the fight to another player is simple and yet full of depth, deciding on your offensive units to take while not leaving yourself exposed is a fine art that requires skills, ability and strategic thinking.

All of the games released keep being updated all the time. There is no forgotten older title that just runs itself, there are special events, items and content updates which keep gamers interested even after long periods of time. Because of this there is never any real stagnation in a game, and you can get your game energy into an old title or a brand new one and it will feel the same. Whether you are battling other armies in a futuristic setting or sailing the high seas in search of treasures there is always something fun to do and your imagination can run wild.

By taking the latest technology and mixing in simple but engaging ideas they have created some of the worlds’ biggest MMO Strategy Games. It is almost impossible to be a gamer and not know of their MMO online games, and that says a lot.

The latest new game – Nords: Heroes of the north is already on the browser. Nords: heroes of the north takes you into the world of Shingård. A fantasy realm with Elves, Dragons, Nordics and Orcs – who jointly defend their land from the Queen of Ice and her army of undead, who want to condemn the world to an endless winter.

The game Nords: heroes of the north includes strategies MMO game, animation of 3D battles, and a wide range of new features that combine GDR with tactical MMORPG and MMORTS. Nords: heroes of the north is an addictive strategy game with multiple players in real time.


October 16, 2015 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games, PC MMO, Strategy | , , | 1 Comment

Command and Conquer Generals

I literally reformatted my computer the day generals came out in order to play it. Yes there were launch issues with Generals back in 2003. Anyway I ended up playing Generals for several years after that. Fantastic game with good balancing. Flash forward to 2013 and we are going to get the squeal in the form of a free to play MMO. I am not sure how free these things are anymore but you get the idea. Here is the E3 trailer

Beta Signups and official website


June 10, 2013 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | Leave a comment

End of Nations Warfront Episode 102

End of Nations Warfront Episode 102 is live. I am keeping an eye on this game because I like the idea behind the game. This episode is mostly fluff and talk about the comic book.

The official Website

December 8, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | Leave a comment

End of Nations RTSMMO Shots

A new batch of screens have been released for End of Nations RTS MMO. I am looking forward to checking this one out.

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It’s also going to be a Free to Play title. It will be interesting to see a game designed for FTP rather then just getting turned into a FTP title.

The official website

November 18, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | Leave a comment

The Secret World Dev Diary Three

The new Dev Diary issue three has been released for The Secret World. I think the hardest thing to playing this MMO is making a character. I have no idea which side to take.

The official website

October 17, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS | Leave a comment

Dawn of Fantasy Released

Hey everyone, I have been playing a lot of Dawn of Fantasy and writing a review. Check out the release trailer.

Here is the official website.

October 15, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS | Leave a comment

Age of Empires Online is Live and Free to Play

The new Age of Empires online is ready to go. Follow the link below and download the game. You can also purchase the Greek Army if you want to stand out from the Free to Play armies.

Here is the link to the official Website.

August 17, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | 2 Comments

MMORTS End of Nations will be Free to Play

If you have been following the evolution of the MMORTS End of Nations is shaping up to be a good one. Trion Worlds has announced today that End of Nations is going to be free to play.

Here are some details…

Why does the free-to-play model make sense for End of Nations™?
For a premium strategy game like End of Nations, we really want to bring as many players as possible into its massive-scale strategic warfare. And as we looked at the enormous battles and huge persistent world, we realized that the success of End of Nations would be driven by having thousands of players from around the globe battling daily in the world’s biggest strategy game.

Is End of Nations going to be pay-to-win?
No. Core to the design of any successful strategy game is that all players are on a level playing field. It will not be possible for players to buy their way to success, where the player with the most money will win. End of Nations favors strategy and skill.

What does a free player get?
Free players get access to the entire game. The campaign, the 50+ person co-op, the “Conquer the World” metagame, the huge 52-player head-to-head multiplayer, everything.

Why are you offering a subscription?
The optional subscription is just a way to offer the best value to our most committed players. End of Nations can be enjoyed entirely without the subscription, but subscribers will get significant value and convenience extras for their monthly fee. The optional subscription is all about value, but not about gameplay advantage.

Will free players be level-capped?
No, free players will not be level-capped or restricted while advancing and improving their units and armies.

What sorts of things will you be selling in the in-game store?
The in-game store will offer a wide selection of items, including customization and convenience items. We will not be selling pay-to-win items that give one player a significant gameplay advantage over another. Most items in the store will be purchasable with either End of Nations Wealth (currency earned in-game by playing) or with Trion Credits (purchased currency).

Will I need real money to play? Will I need a credit card to play?
End of Nations is truly free to play—so no money or credit card is needed to play or succeed. Most items in the store will be purchasable with either End of NationsWealth (currency earned in-game by playing) or with Trion Credits (purchased currency).

Will there be a retail box? Will there be a Collector’s Edition?
There will be a Collector’s Edition for End of Nations available at retail. Expect it to be packed with a cool selection of both physical and digital extras! The Collector’s Edition will be the only “box” at retail, although we will also have End of Nations prepaid cards. We will also offer a digital version of the Collector’s Edition, with just the digital extras.


Check out the website here.

August 11, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | Leave a comment

Dawn of Fantasy Epic MMORTS Mode

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Of Dawn of Fantasy’s many game modes, the Online Kingdom will probably be the most familiar. Taking control of a hero from one of the three races, you must pursue an epic storyline of betrayal, blood and resource-management in the aftermath of a mighty war. With three different campaigns, nine starting regions and a persistent online PvP game, this is a unique combination of MMO, RTS and RPG – and just one of Dawn of Fantasy’s range of modes.

Players initially build their homeland in one of nine regions, ranging from the elven swamps of Erthee l’Bala to the orc deserts of Brakental. Each region has its own advantages, whether it be in a naturally-defensible position, abundant in a certain resource, or ideal for training a certain type of unit.

As their homeland only starts with a handful of buildings and units, players must strive to upgrade it to a thriving estate complete with multiple layers of heavy walls, a complex and sustainable economy, and a number of armies and trade caravans wandering the game world. To develop this city, players can gather resources, construct various buildings, explore the homeland for mines and loot, recruit new units, and research powerful upgrades and new abilities. Even when a player is offline, their homeland will still be in development with their worker units gathering resources and constructing buildings. Like economic management and military strategy, homeland construction is different for each race.

The story opens up through your advisors, special quest-giving units, who also act as the in-game tutorial. Quests can vary between sieges and open battles, to gathering certain resources, to PvP battles in certain regions; rewards vary from resources to units to Influence, which can be used to speed up construction or purchase DLC. There are roughly 150 quests in the game, and more will be available as DLC.

On the larger world map, players can either fight PvP against human opponents using the Auto-match feature, siege NPC towns or enter them. Inside each town, there are merchants, mercenaries, healers and trainers, all waiting to swap gold for services. Players can also zoom into any of their travelling armies, to explore their local area or create defensible camps on the map, acting as forward bases whilst your army heals or builds siege weaponry.

Check out the website here.

July 11, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | Leave a comment

Age of Empires Online Dated

Age of Empires Online has a release date. It will be playable August 16th. I really enjoy a empire building game. RTSMMO’s are coming to computers near you. It has been a long time coming. The game will focus on the Greeks and Egyptians will be available at launch and 40 hours of game play will be available free. There will also be a store version or you can purchase online if you want.

Check the website here.

June 4, 2011 Posted by | MMORTS, PC Games | Leave a comment