Dug out: A tribe of ancestors visits Elvenar
Getting closer to ones’ ancestors can always be an interesting moment, and so it is when you have been looking for answers for a long time. Now it’s the moment for Elvenar’s players to move one step forward: The new visitors eventually bring clues for users about Elvenar background story while taking over the new chapter of the game. The Amuni, a very high developed ancient culture that worship a cat-like god they call Bastet are introduced in this video by Rike and Timon, artist and game designer respectively: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yR1GaUtEAPY.
Will players discover what happened to the Elvenar? Will it be possible to finally find out if humans and elves are they truly their direct ancestors?
The latest addition to the city-building Strategy-MMO can now be played at www.elvenar.com in browser and in the mobile apps for iOS and Android.
Elvenar (www.elvenar.com) is a city-building Strategy-MMO set in a fantasy world. Tasked with creating a flourishing city, players can choose between Elves or Humans. This choice affects the appearance of the cities and their inhabitants, as well as the available technologies and units. The elves live in the midst of magical creatures in harmony with nature, while humans are ambitious builders and engineers. Between managing resources, leveling up buildings and unlocking new perks, players should also pay attention to the multiplayer-map if they want to find valuable relics. Yet, players might have to fight numerous fantastic creatures for them. Since its release in April 2015, Elvenar has been receiving continuous content updates, and as a cross-platform title, players can switch between browser, iOS and Android devices at any time.
With a revenue of more than 160 million EUR and 400 employees from 30 nations, InnoGames is Germany’s leading developer and provider of mobile and online games. The company is best known for Forge of Empires, Elvenar and Tribal Wars. InnoGames’ complete portfolio encompasses six live games and several mobile titles in production. After ten years of consecutive growth, InnoGames’ revenue increased by 24 percent in 2017 and is set to further soar with the recently launched mobile version of Elvenar and titles such as Warlords of Aternum.